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  • Daily Drill #1 - Wednesday 27 April12:30-1:15pm
  • Daily Drill #2 - Thursday 28 April12:30-1:15pm
  • Daily Drill #3 - Friday 29 April12:30-1:15pm
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Canberra International Music Festival presents a series of free Lunchtime Concerts at the Drill Hall

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Daily Drill #1 – Wednesday 27 April, 12:30-1:15pm

A free lunch time concert with Ronan Apcar, on piano, and Emma Warburton, on flute.


Beside the Stream by Miriam Hyde (3′)

Wedding Morn by Miriam Hyde (4′)

Conversation for Piano by Dulcie Holland (8′) piano solo
– I. Reflective
– II. Emphatic

Thoughts Before Bed by Ronan Apcar (5′)

…after a while only the green of the grass is left by Ben Hoadley (5′) flute solo

Status Quo by Sally Whitwell (3′) piano solo (w/ toy piano)

Sunday Morning by Ian Clarke (4′)

phoSpheric Variations by Paul Stanhope (4′)


Daily Drill #2 – Thursday 28 April, 12:30-1:15pm

In association with the ANU Drill Hall Gallery and courtesy of the Theme&Variations Foundation

A free lunch time concert with Jeremy Sim, on piano

J.S. Bach, Partita nr 1 BWV 825 

Claude Debussy, Images Book I

Takashi Yoshimatsu,  from Pleiades Dances


Daily Drill #3 – Friday 29 April, 12:30-1:15pm:

In association with the ANU Drill Hall Gallery, with support from the New Zealand High Commission

A free lunch time concert with Monique Lapins, on violin, and Naoto Segawa, on marimba.

Ross Harris (New Zealand),  String and Wood AP

Anders Koppel (Denmark), Tarantella

Peter Klatzow (South Africa), Sonata for violin and marimba

Astor Piazzolla (Argentina),  Nightclub 1960



Venue: Drill Hall Gallery

The Drill Hall Gallery acknowledges the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples, the traditional custodians of the Canberra region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.