PERFORMANCES,
BROADCASTS &
OTHER EVENTS
2018

I touched your glistening tears - soprano saxophone and piano 11’
Joseph Lallo, saxophone
Grant Street Theatre, Southbank Melbourne
Saturday September 22, 7pm


I had a dream - SATB a cappella 5’
Australian Chamber Choir dir. Douglas Lawrence
Art Gallery of New South Wales, The Domain, Sydney
Sunday September 16, 6.30pm

Made In Heaven (So What - movement 1) - orchestra (broadcast) 5’10”
Bratislava Studio Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM ‘Classic Drive’
Wednesday September 12, 4.26pm

Festive Overture - orchestra (broadcast) 11.5’
Richard Mills conductor, West Australian Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM ‘Night Music’
Sunday September 9, 1.46am


Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
Ian Hanger Recital Hall, Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, Brisbane
Friday September 7, 1.05pm


Made In Heaven (Flamenco Sketches - movement 2) - orchestra (broadcast) 8.45’
Bratislava Studio Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM ‘Classic Breakfast’ with Russell Torrance
Monday September 3, 9.41am

Made In Heaven (All Blues - movement 4) - orchestra (broadcast) 6’
Bratislava Studio Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM ‘Classic Drive’
Friday August 31, 4.32pm
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Made In Heaven (So What - movement 1) - orchestra (broadcast) 5’10”
Bratislava Studio Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM ‘Classic Breakfast’ with Russell Torrance
Tuesday August 28, 7.38am

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I had a dream - SATB a cappella 5’
Australian Chamber Choir dir. Douglas Lawrence
St Paul’s Anglican Church, La Trobe Terrace, Geelong
Sunday August 26, 3pm


I had a dream - SATB a cappella 5’
Australian Chamber Choir dir. Douglas Lawrence
Church of the Resurrection, Mt Macedon Rd, Macedon
Saturday August 25, 3pm

Made In Heaven (All Blues - movement 4) - orchestra (broadcast) 6’
Bratislava Studio Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM ‘Classic Breakfast’ with Russell Torrance
Thursday August 23, 9.53am

I touched your glistening tears - soprano saxophone and piano 8’
Joseph Lallo, saxophone; Jessica Leong, piano
Singapore Saxophone Symposium
Lee Foundation Theatre, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore
Saturday August 11, 4.30pm

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Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
Singapore Saxophone Symposium
Lee Foundation Theatre, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore
Friday August 10, 7.30pm

Stars In A Dark Night - Symphony #2 - orchestra (broadcast) 25’
Krasnoyarsk Academic Symphony Orchestra cond. Andrew Wheeler
WPRB (Princeton USA) ‘Classical Discoveries’ with Marvin Rosen
Wednesday August 8, 7.38am

Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
Thai-Australia Collaboration Concert
Room PC607 NSW Conservatorium, Sydney
Friday August 7, 7pm

I had a dream - SATB a cappella (broadcast) 5’
Australian Chamber Choir dir. Douglas Lawrence
ABCFM ‘Evenings’ with Damian Beaumont
Friday August 3, 9.03pm


Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’ (Australian premiere)
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
Melbourne International Saxophone Festival
Melba Hall, University of Melbourne
Sunday July 29, 5pm


Celebration - symphony for chamber ensemble (broadcast) 21.5’
Australia Ensemble
ABCFM

Saturday July 28, 3.36am

Symphony #1 - Toward The Shining Light - orchestra (broadcast) 21.5’
Richard Mills conductor, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM
Tuesday July 24, 5.05am


In The Sunshine - orchestra (broadcast) 4.5’
Benjamin Northey, conductor, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM ‘Classic Breakfast’
Friday July 20, 6.05am


Festive Overture - orchestra (broadcast) 11.5’
Richard Mills conductor, West Australian Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM ‘Night Music’
Thursday July 12, 2.43am


Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
World Saxophone Congress - Zagreb
Vaclav Huml Hall, Zagreb Academy of Music, Croatia
Wednesday July 11, 3.15pm

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Rhapsody on St Aelred - brass band (podcast) 12’
YBS Band cond. David King
Sunday Bandstand presented by Chris Helme (UK)
Sunday July 8 (available online)

I had a dream - SATB a cappella 5’
Australian Chamber Choir dir. Douglas Lawrence
Our Lady of Mount Carmel, 210 Richardson St, Middle Park
Sunday June 24, 3pm
‘More beauty came with Brenton Broadstock’s “I Had a Dream”, a musical memory or spiritual inspiration for the life and soul of musician Michael Easton. Poignant, humble, delicately performed with almost simplicity and resignation.’

Second Wedding Singer - brass band (arrangements by BB)
Music by Simon Hall (11 songs - c.1 hour)
Performed by Simon Hall and The Brass Ring
Melbourne Recital Centre Salon
Thursday June 7, 8 & 9, 4.30pm & 7.30pm

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Born From Good Angel’s Tears - Symphony #4 - orchestra (broadcast) 14’40”
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra/Ola Rudner
ABCFM ‘Night Music’

Saturday May 2, 12.12am

Sleepy Star - piano 2’
Ross Carey, piano
Recital Hall, Hong Kong City Hall
Saturday May 26, 8pm


Aurora Australis - 8 saxophones (premiere of revised version. Commissioned by Prof Mathew Hindson 2018) 11’
Sydney Conservatorium Saxophone Ensemble, conductor Dr Michael Duke
Gordon Darling Hall, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
Thursday May 17, 6.30pm See REVIEW
National Portrait Gallery Canberra May 17, 2018
L-R: Katia Beaugeais (composer), Matthew Orlovich (composer), Jay Byrnes (conductor), Michael Duke (conductor and soloist), Brenton Broadstock (composer), Natalie Williams (composer) and Matthew Hindson (curator)

Balm In Gilead - brass band 5’20”’ (premiere)
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I Hear Thy Welcome Voice - brass band 5’20”’ (premiere)
Melbourne Staff Alumni Band, conductor Colin Woods
Camberwell Salvation Army, Bowen St Camberwell
Saturday May 12, 7.30pm

Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’ (premiere)
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
Science Auditorium, University of Sri Jayewardenpura, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Thursday May 10, 6.30pm


Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’ (premiere)
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
European University Cyprus, Nicosia
Monday May 7


Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’ (premiere)
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
University of Malta
Thursday May 3


Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’ (premiere)
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
Royal Northern College of Music
Monday April 30

Hammerblow - alto saxophone and piano 10’ (premiere)
HD Duo - Michael Duke, saxophone; David Howie, piano
‘Music of the Commonwealth Tour’
Barnett Hall, Music Building University of British Columbia
6361 Memorial Road, Vancouver, Canada
Thursday April 26, 6pm
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Meditation on Rapture - brass band 5’
Valdres Brass Band, conductor Philip Hannevik
Tingnes Kirke, Fagernes, Norway

Thursday April 26, 8pm

Korsfararsång - brass band 4.5’ (premiere)
Stockholm Temple Band, conductor Fredrik Råström
Stockholm, Sweden
Friday April 20

Made In Heaven - orchestra (broadcast) 25’
Bratislava Studio Symphony Orchestra
WPRB (Princeton USA) ‘Classical Discoveries’ with Marvin Rosen
Wednesday April 11, 6.22am

Sunburnt Land - wind orchestra (premiere) 13’
Torgny Hanson Wind Orchestra, conductor Torgny Hanson
Palladium Södergatan 15, Malmö, Sweden
March 18, 3pm


This Everlasting Silence - clarinet, violin and piano (broadcast)16.5’
Plexus Ensemble - Monica Curro, violin; Philip Arkinstall, clarinet; Stefan Cassomenos, piano
ABCFM

Monday March 5, 10.35am

Festive Overture - orchestra (broadcast) 11.5’
Richard Mills conductor, West Australian Symphony Orchestra
ABCFM ‘Night Music’
Monday March 5, 12am


Beast From Air - trombone and percussion 11’
Ossicle Duo - Benjamin Anderson, trombone; Hamish Upton, percussion
Temperance Hall, 199 Napier St, South Melbourne
Sunday February 18, 2pm

Celebration - 1: Love - chamber ensemble (broadcast) 5.5’
Australia Ensemble
ABCFM ‘Breakfast’

Sunday February 4, 6.23am

Fortuna - brass band (broadcast) 11.5’
Kew Band cond. Mark Ford
Nacional Clasica FM96.7 (Buenos Aires)
Tuesday January 9, 11am