Recitals Australia Presents
Recitals on the Fringe, as part of the Fringe Festival 2024
North Adelaide Baptist Church Hall – Tynte Street, North Adelaide


Festival Program of concerts:

Friday 16 Feb at 8pm – Jack Overall, cello

Saturday 17 Feb at 12.30pm – Jack Overall, cello

Wednesday 21 February at 12.30pm – Esmond Choi, piano

Thursday 22 February at 8.30pm – Haowei Yang, piano

Saturday 24 February at 3pm – Esmond Choi, piano

Wednesday 28 February at 12.30pm – Katelyn Crawford, voice

Saturday 2 March at 8.30pm – Haowei Yang, piano

Wednesday 6 March at 12.30pm – Gemma Vice, flute

Saturday 9 March at 3pm  – Katelyn Crawford, voice

Saturday 9 March at 8pm – Gemma Vice, flute


Jack Overall, cello

with Clara Gillam Grant, cello continuo

Glenys March, harpsichord

and Shawn Hui, piano

Friday 16 Feb at 8pm, and

Saturday 17 Feb at 12.30pm

Duration:  70 minutes

Music has the power to transport us to a myriad of fantastical places. Be it a salon in 1730s London, a provincial German court, a bustling post-Napoleon Vienna, or the far-off lands of suburban Melbourne. Through the lens of the cello we visit the unique worlds of Geminiani, Bach and Beethoven, before concluding with a whimsical new work by Jack Overall. 


Esmond Choi, piano

Wednesday 21 Feb at 12.30pm, and

Saturday 24 Feb at 3pm

Duration: 70 minutes

A celebration of music by George Crumb

Esmond had participated in PianoLab performing George Crumb’s Eine Kleine Mitternachtmusik and received a review from Limelight saying “…Choi’s captivating performance was a revelation…”.


Haowei Yang, piano

Thursday 22 Feb at 8.30pm, and

Saturday 2 March at 8.30pm

Colours, Sounds and Senses

Haowei Yang (Classical Piano) and Paula Custodio (Classical Flute) will be performing a selection of French repertoire by composers such as Debussy, Ravel and Dutilleux for solo piano and flute and piano. Their performance of these pieces will be aided by light and visual projections that draw the audience into the atmosphere and colours created by the music. 


Katelyn Crawford, voice

Wednesday 28 Feb at 12.30pm, and

Saturday 9 March at 3pm

Katelyn Crawford (classical voice) and Haowei Yang (classical piano) are recent honours graduates of the Elder Conservatorium of Music, and are currently participating in the Recitals Australia Fellowship Program in collaboration with the Elder Conservatorium. They will be performing ‘Art Songs and Arias from Around the World’, by composers such as Mozart, Fauré, Schumann and Barber.


Gemma Vice, flute

with Joyce Kwok, harp

Wednesday 6 March at 12.30pm, and

Saturday 9 March at 8pm

Gemma Vice, a flautist from Adelaide, marks her debut at the fringe festival with an evening that showcases the forefront of contemporary flute repertoire. In addition, Associate artist Joyce Kwok will join forces for a captivating collaboration, blending the tones of the flute and the resonance of the harp in an arrangement of Piazolla’s History of the Tango. 


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