Upcoming Performances



for chamber ensemble

at Winter Lounge

Wednesday January 15th 7:30 pm

Das Institut für Kunst, Musik und ihre Vermittlung

Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany

Rebecca Lang Universitätsmusikdirektorin

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When I stand before thee at the day’s end

for Solo Violin and Strings

Kirsten Williams Director and Violin

as part of Love, Kindness and Decency presented by the Canberra Symphony Orchestra

Thursday March 12th 6:30 pm (2020)

Gordon Darling Hall, National Portrait Gallery – Canberra, Australia

Matthew Hindson AM Curator

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Past Performances



Sound Lounge - Cyrus Meurant Ensemble

Thursday December 12th 8:00 pm

The Sound Lounge, Seymour Centre, Sydney

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Composer Cyrus Meurant (violin and keyboards) returns to the Sound Lounge with his ensemble of musicians to launch the new 10-inch vinyl EP, Four Pieces.

Featuring Andrew Smith (saxophones), Michael Bardon (cello), Nicky Crowe (flute and piccolo), Tim Brigden (vibraphone) and Novita Jap (keyboards), Meurant will present selections from the critically acclaimed works, Monday to Friday and Le Petit Prince (Australian premiere), alongside the score of Pars Pro Toto.

The evening will conclude with the world premiere of selections from a new amplified ensemble composition kindly supported by the Seaborn, Broughton & Walford Foundation.






MALÝ PRINC (Le Petit Prince)

maly princ


Upcoming Show (2019):


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Choreography by Margaux Thomas

Music by Cyrus Meurant

Directed by Macbeth Kaněra

Based on Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Malé divadlo – DIVADLO F. X. ŠALDY LIBEREC, Czech Republic

Cyrus Meurant – violin

Maxim Biriucov – piano


Previous Shows (2019):

Saturday December 14th 5:00 pm SOLD OUT

Saturday September 14th SOLD OUT

Sunday June 2nd SOLD OUT 

Monday June 3rd SOLD OUT 

Sunday February 24th SOLD OUT 

Previous Shows (2018):

Friday February 16th SOLD OUT 

Wednesday February 28th SOLD OUT   

Thursday March 22nd SOLD OUT

Tuesday May 15th SOLD OUT

Saturday June 2nd SOLD OUT

Tuesday September 18th SOLD OUT

Tuesday December 11th SOLD OUT




for Oboe and Drones

Diana Doherty Soloist

as part of Renewal presented by the Canberra Symphony Orchestra


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Thursday October 31st 6:30 pm

Gordon Darling Hall, National Portrait Gallery – Canberra, Australia

Zephira Quintet

Matthew Hindson AM Curator


Challis Bequest Society Lunch

Invitation only

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Cyrus Meurant performs solo piano selections from Monday to Friday.

Keynote speaker: Associate Professor Muireann Irish

Muireann Irish is Associate Professor of Psychology at the Brain and Mind Centre, where she leads the Memory and Imagination in Neurological Disorders team. As a cognitive neuroscientist, she seeks to understand how the brain enables us to remember the past and imagine the future, and how these processes are affected in dementia. Her current work also explores the relationship between music and memory.

In recognition of her scientific achievements, Associate Professor Irish was awarded the 2016 NSW Premier’s Prize for Early Career Researcher of the Year, and named one of L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science’s International Rising Talents in 2015.

Wednesday 23 October 2019
The Great Hall
The University of Sydney




Collaboration with Alleyne Dance (UK) to curtain raise ‘A Night’s Game’


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Thursday September 5th 7:45pm

Lennox Theatre, Riverside Parramatta

Music by Cyrus Meurant (electric violin)

Choreography by Kristina and Sadé Alleyne

Presented by FORM Dance Projects and Riverside Theatres

Toured by Dance Makers Collective (Australia)


Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards

Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre, Singapore

Wednesday May 15th

Cyrus Meurant piano

‘Monday III’ from Monday to Friday

Awards dinner write up


Apollo’s Gift: Music and the Mind


Eckart Altenmüller – Flute, Speaker
Sally Walker – Flute
Natalia Tkachenko Piano
Cyrus Meurant Piano

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Trio in B flat Wq.161/2
Cyrus Meurant From Monday to Friday
Eckart Altenmüller Talk about the beneficial effects of music on our wellbeing, emotionality and the brain
Elena Kats-Chernin Apollo’s Gift (commissioned by Sally Walker)
J.J. Quantz’s Trio Sonata in A minor QV 2:40

Tuesday March 19th 2019, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Larry Sitsky Recital Room

ANU School of Music

William Herbert Place

Canberra, ACT 2601

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for Clarinet and String Quartet

as part of Triple Concerto

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Thursday October 25th 6:30pm

Gordon Darling Hall, National Portrait Gallery – Canberra, Australia

Omega Ensemble

David Rowden – clarinet

Veronique Serret – violin
Airena Nakamura – violin
Neil Thompson – viola
Paul Stender – cello





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as part of:

The Lark Ascending

ACO Collective


15 – 24 MARCH 2018


CYRUS MEURANT Vessel for String Orchestra World Premiere*
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (arr. Adam Johnson) The Lark Ascending
PURCELL Fantasia Upon One Note
BRITTEN (arr. David Matthews) String Quartet No.2

*Commissioned by the Australian Chamber Orchestra


Pekka Kuusisto Director & Violin
ACO Collective

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Queens Park Theatre – Geraldton
Thu 15 Mar 7pm
Goldfields Arts Centre – Kalgoorlie
Fri 16 Mar 7pm
Mandurah Arts Centre
Sat 17 Mar 7pm
Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
Tue 20 Mar 7pm
Margaret River Cultural Centre
Thu 22 Mar 7:30pm
Albany Entertainment Centre
Sat 24 Mar 7:30pm


Two Traditional Turkish Songs

as part of

Adelaide Festival

Compassion: Chamber Landscapes

Curated by Iain Grandage


Bach (arr Bowman) ’Erbame Dich’
Tinalley String Quartet
Taryn Fiebig, Soprano

Arvo Pärt Fratres
Tinalley String Quartet

Sarisözen (arr. Meurant) Çannakale Türküsü

Mehveş Hanim (arr. Meurant) Kaçsam Bırakıp Senden Uzak Yollara Gitsem

Tinalley String Quartet
Taryn Fiebig, Soprano
Daniel de Borah, Piano
Claire Edwardes, Percussion

Lior/Westlake Compassion

Lior, Voice
Tinalley String Quartet
Daniel de Borah, Piano
Claire Edwardes, Percussion
Andrew Meisel, Bass

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Friday, March 9th, 7:30pm

UKARIA Cultural Centre,
119 Williams Rd, Mount Barker Summit
(Formerly Ngeringa Cultural Centre)


Performed by Ben Opie (oboe)

as part of

Lunchtime Recital with Marshall McGuire and Ben Opie
Tuesday 28th November 1pm
Melbourne, VIC, Australia


Three Places

All things come into being and pass away 
Performed by Momentum Ensemble conducted by Ariel Zuckermann

as part of

Three Places
Sunday 3rd September 1:30pm
High Court of Australia
Canberra, Australia


Three Places
Monday 4th September 6:30pm
The Gallery
Melbourne, Australia

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Monday to Friday  (selections)

Performed by Sally Walker (flute) and Sally Whitwell (piano)

as part of

Twilight Musical Dialogues – Celebrating the Diversity of Australia
Friday 15th September 7pm
Adamstown Uniting Church
Newcastle, NSW, Australia

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Performed by Ben Opie (oboe)

as part of

Inventi Ensemble – House of Beehives
Monday 2nd October 6pm
Melbourne Recital Centre
Melbourne, VIC, Australia

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Monday to Friday  (selections)
Performed by Sally Walker (flute) and Cyrus Meurant (piano)

as part of

Music and the Mind
Saturday 10th June 1pm
Newcastle Conservatorium of Music
Newcastle, NSW, Australia

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Concertino for clarinet and string quartet
Performed by David Rowden and Omega Ensemble
as part of
Songs from the Bush
Saturday 7th May 2:30pm
The Sydney Opera House, Utzon Room
Sydney, NSW, Australia
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As Time Goes By


presented by The National College of Dance

Saturday 10th December 6:30pm – Civic Theatre Newcastle

Artistic Direction by Brett Morgan

Music by Cyrus Meurant


Andrew Smith (saxophones)

Michael Bardon (cello)

Jess Ciampa (percussion)

Jordan Wett (piano)

Cyrus Meurant (violin)


Monuments for oboe and drones

Performed by Ben Opie

as part of

Urban Gypsies – Works for Oboe & Electronics

Saturday 1st October 11am

The Australasian Double Reed Society Conference, Sydney Grammar School Theatre

Sydney, NSW, Australia








Reflections on Gallipoli

Australian Chamber Orchestra



BARTÓK String Quartet No.2: Allegro molto capriccioso
KELLY Elegy for strings ‘In Memoriam Rupert Brooke’
SARISÖZEN (arr. Meurant) Ҫannakale Türküsü
VINE Soliloquy (world premiere)
TRADITIONAL (arr. Meurant) Ceddin Deden
ELGAR Sospiri, Op.70
KODALLI Adagio for String Orchestra
MEHVEŞ HANIM (arr. Meurant) Kaçsam Bırakıp Senden Uzak Yollara Gitsem
TRADITIONAL (arr. Meurant) Nihavend Longa
VINE Our Sons (world premiere)

Richard Tognetti Director & Violin
Neil Armfield Director
Nigel Jamieson Deviser
Sean Bacon Video Designer
Matthew Cox Lighting Designer
Taryn Fiebig Soprano

Yalin Ozucelik Actor
Nathaniel Dean Actor





Wild Life presented by the National College of Dance with new solo violin music composed and performed by Cyrus Meurant.

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Triptych for chamber ensemble

presented by Post-Sonus Orchestra, directed by John Smigielski

as part of: “An Evening of Contemporary Musick”

Thursday 8th May 7:30pm

Ciminelli Recital Hall, Buffalo State College.

Buffalo, New York, USA

Program includes works by Cage and Oliveros.

CAPTIVATE & Ars Musica Australis Presents



Performed by The National College of Dance, Artistic Director Brett Morgan

Choreography by Brett Morgan, Alfred Taahi, and Debbie Ellis-Linnert

Music by Cyrus Meurant


Michael Bardon (cello)

Michael Duke (saxophones)

Alison Pratt (percussion)

Cyrus Meurant (electric violin)

Morley Centre, Westmead Education Precinct

Thursday December 5th 2013 10am and 12pm

Friday December 6th 2013 10am and 12pm

Pars Pro Toto

as part of Big Dance in Small Chunks


This is the premiere performance of the Dance Makers Collective.

Dates & Times:

8:00pm, Wednesday 23 October 2013

12.30pm, Thursday 24 October 2013

8:00pm, Thursday 24 October 2013

8:00pm, Friday 25 October 2013

8:00pm, Saturday 26 October 2013

Tickets: Adult $28, Conc. $25*

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Ritournelle for Vibraphone and Piano

A live broadcast presented by Marian Arnold for ABC Classic FM


Sunday 16th June 3:00pm

Eugene Goossens Hall ABC Centre, Sydney

Claire Edwardes (percussion)

Bernadette Harvey (piano)

ABC Classic FM – Sunday Live – Virtuoso Vibes

Eventide Visions for Flute, Clarinet and Piano

Presented by The Sydney Omega Ensemble

Sunday 21st April 3:00pm

Sydney Opera House, Utzon Room

Sydney, Australia


Lisa Osmialowski (flute)

David Rowden (clarinet)

Cyrus Meurant (piano)






presented by The National College of Dance

Saturday 1st December 7:00pm – Civic Theatre Newcastle

Choreography by Brett Morgan, Alfred Taahi, and Debbie Ellis-Linnert

Music by Cyrus Meurant


Cyrus Meurant (electric violin)

Andrew Smith (saxophones)

Michael Bardon (cello)

Michael Askill (percussion)

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for flute, clarinet and cello (new arrangement)

presented by ExhAUST

Saturday 25th November 4:00pm (time and date changed due to Hurricane Sandy)

Spectrum, 121 Ludlow St

New York City, New York, USA


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Triptych for chamber ensemble

presented by SIGNAL at June in Buffalo

Tuesday 5th June 4:00pm

Slee Hall, University at Buffalo

Buffalo, New York, USA


presented by The National College of Dance for Arthur Bridges Gala Concert

Friday 18th May 8:00pm – Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Choreography by Brett Morgan

Music by Cyrus Meurant


Callan Constable, Caleb Durbin, Rory Ferguson, Rhys Kosakowski and Lawrence Lambert


Cyrus Meurant (violin)

Eleanor Betts (cello)

Maria Raspopova (piano)

Cyrus Meurant @ St Stephen’s

Friday 2nd March 1:00pm (2012)

Works for organ, violin and piano composed and performed by Cyrus Meurant

St Stephen’s Uniting Church, 197 Macquarie St, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Concert includes: Prelude for organ, Two Interludes for solo violin and Three Night Pieces for solo piano

Panorama for flute, violin and cello

Friday 10th February 8:00pm and Saturday 11th February 8:00 pm (2012)

Reginald Theatre, Seymour Centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia

As part of Synchronicity presented by Chronology Arts




Panorama Performance in Adelaide


In-be-tween New Dance Collaboration

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Three Pieces for flute, clarinet and bassoon

presented by Mitchell Conservatorium Musicians

Friday 18th May 7:30pm – Grenfell Uniting Church, Grenfell

Saturday 19th May 7:30pm – St John’s Church, Forbes

Sunday 20th May 2:30pm – St Stephen’s Anglican Church, Peak Hill

Trio for viola, clarinet and piano

Premiere of a short single movement work

presented by The Mitchell Conservatorium Trio

Friday 11th November 7:00pm – Mitchell Conservatorium Lachlan Campus, Forbes

Saturday 12th November 7:30pm – Parkes Uniting Church

Sunday 13th Nov, 2:30pm – St Stephens Anglican Church, Peak Hill

Concert includes works by: Bruch, Mozart and Meurant

Constancies for saxophone and piano

Friday 7th October 1:00pm (2011)

St Stephen’s Uniting Church, 197 Macquarie St, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Andrew Smith (saxophone)

Cyrus Meurant (piano)

Concert includes works by: Scelsi and Meurant


Triptych for chamber ensemble

Premiere of a new work in three movements for flute/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, violin, cello, piano and percussion (vibraphone + glockenspiel)

presented by Plec Sextet

Tuesday 29th June 8:30pm (2010)

Ensemblezaal, Conservatorium van Amsterdam

Oosterdokskade 151
1011 DL Amsterdam – The Netherlands

Concert also includes works by: Thierry Tidrow and Johanna Blumink de Groot

Two Pieces for flute, cello and piano


Elemental – Water
presented by Bridges Ensemble

Friday 9th April 6pm (2010)
Gryphon Gallery, University of Melbourne
(1888 Buidling, cnr Swanston & Grattan Sts)

Laila Engle (flute)
Lachlan Dent (cello)
Brenna Wee (piano)

Concert includes works by: Crumb, Edwards, Françaix, Meurant & Tiutiunnik.


Deimos for Shakuhachi and Harp


Bamboo Related: A Concert of traditional, jazz and contemporary pieces for Shakuhachi

Sunday 25th October 3pm (2009)
Tufts University, Distler Performance Hall – Granoff Music Centre, Medford MA 02155 – USA

Elizabeth Reian Bennet performs with Special Guests:

Cathleen Read & Tomoko Graham (koto specialists)

Mihoko Abbe (piano)

Fanziska Huhn (harp)