Sunday 9 September at 2pm
Australian composer and pianist Emili Rackemann is carving her way into the hearts and minds of her devotees, bringing ‘womenhood’ back into equilibrium within the world of music composition.
Born and raised in remote Central Queensland, Rackemann’s love for her rural upbringing never failed in providing her with a bold heart and inquisitive mind, which would soon prepare her for a career in the world of music composition and performance.
While her creativity continues to challenge the predicability of piano performance through her aural tapestries, Emili’s timeless and fashionable image trailed with a love for story-telling is undoubtedly contributing towards bringing women composers back into the limelight.
With over 140 compositions and seven album releases, Emili Rackemann’s live performance takes audiences on a timeless journey. From unchartered history, personal thoughts and fictional stories, Rackemann’s collection of sound is undoubtedly both refreshing and inspirational.
‘My music is constantly under poetic navigation; I prefer one to think of my music as a time machine’ Rackemann says. Rackemann is dedicated to contributing her creative journey towards giving Australian women a voice in the world of composition. Featuring a selection of contemporary classical compositions from previous albums and new works from upcoming album Elysian, Rackemann invites audiences into a meditative world of story-telling and sound.
Student (16-25 with valid ID) $22
Child (15 & under) $18
$2.00 from every ticket will be donated to non-profit organisation, Animals Australia.
DURATION 1.5 hrs (incl. 20 mins interval)