Various People
Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

Various People

La Virtuosissima Cantatrice: a baroque cabaret

La Virtuosissima Cantatrice tells the stories of extraordinary women in the world of seventeenth century Florence and Venice, sharing music of passion and fire, and honouring a time when a woman choosing to sing was an act of defiance against her society.

Soprano Kate Macfarlane with Glenys March on harpsichord.

Tickets Adults $30 / Conc 25, 
Bookings through Trybooking
Presented by Various People Inc as part of Cabaret Fringe Festival

The downstairs area of the venue is wheelchair accessible

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Lunchbreak @ Scots
Jun
22
1:10 PM13:10

Lunchbreak @ Scots

For King and Country

Robert Macfarlane | Tenor Jamie Cock | Piano Janet Anderson | Violin Alison Heike | Violin Linda Garrett | Viola Ewen Bramble | Cello

A tribute to the fallen of WW1 and a salute to the English landscape. Featuring the 6 songs from A Shropshire Lad of George Butterworth (d.1916 Battle of the Somme) and the vividly evocative On Wenlock Edge for tenor, piano and string quartet by Ralph Vaughan Williams.

All tickets $12
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Soundstream
Jun
24
5:00 PM17:00

Soundstream

Blue Touch Series

Derek Pascoe and Gabriella Smart have been an improvising duo for three years. Ahead of their European tour, they delve into what they love to do most – stretching the boundaries of listening, through improvisation in sound and technique. Featuring a new work written for Pascoe and Smart by Leah Blankendaal and solos, including an Australian premiere for solo piano by Annie Hui-Hsin Hsieh.

Tickets Adult $15 / Conc $25
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Various People Inc
Jun
26
11:00 AM11:00

Various People Inc

P'opera  - FREE EVENT

If you are visiting the gracious Adelaide Arcade today you may be serenaded by an opera singer or two…

Various People Inc is based in the arcade over several days, developing their new project P’opera. Singers will be trying out scenes within the arcade, with select businesses hosting some of the action. Expect to hear familiar operatic tunes, sung to some brand new lyrics reflecting the daily life of the arcade.

Director Cheryl Pickering I Concept & Design Emma O’Neill I Singers Bethany Hill, Charlotte Kelso and Joshua Rowe.

Dates you are most likely to catch some of the action
Various times between 11am - 2pm on Tues 26 June, Thur 28 June or Fri 29 June

The venue is wheelchair accessible
Photo: City of Adelaide

 

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Various People Inc
Jun
28
11:00 AM11:00

Various People Inc

P'opera - FREE EVENT

If you are visiting the gracious Adelaide Arcade today you may be serenaded by an opera singer or two…

Various People Inc is based in the arcade over several days, developing their new project P’opera. Singers will be trying out scenes within the arcade, with select businesses hosting some of the action. Expect to hear familiar operatic tunes, sung to some brand new lyrics reflecting the daily life of the arcade.

Director Cheryl Pickering I Concept & Design Emma O’Neill I Singers Bethany Hill, Charlotte Kelso and Joshua Rowe.

Dates you are most likely to catch some of the action
Various times between 11am - 2pm on Tues 26 June, Thur 28 June or Fri 29 June

The venue is wheelchair accessible
Photo: City of Adelaide

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Various People Inc
Jun
29
11:00 AM11:00

Various People Inc

P'opera - FREE EVENT

If you are visiting the gracious Adelaide Arcade today you may be serenaded by an opera singer or two…

Various People Inc is based in the arcade over several days, developing their new project P’opera. Singers will be trying out scenes within the arcade, with select businesses hosting some of the action. Expect to hear familiar operatic tunes, sung to some brand new lyrics reflecting the daily life of the arcade.

Director Cheryl Pickering I Concept & Design Emma O’Neill I Singers Bethany Hill, Charlotte Kelso and Joshua Rowe.

Dates you are most likely to catch some of the action
Various times between 11am - 2pm on Tues 26 June, Thur 28 June or Fri 29 June

The venue is wheelchair accessible
Photo: City of Adelaide

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Lunchbreak @ Scots
Jun
29
1:10 PM13:10

Lunchbreak @ Scots

Italian Masters

Simone Slattery | Violin Anthony Albrecht | Cello Glenys March | Harpsichord

Fiery works by Italian Baroque greats, fabulously performed. Including works by Arcangelo Corelli and Francesco Maria Veracini.

All tickets $12
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Selby & Friends
Jul
1
2:30 PM14:30

Selby & Friends

A Hitchiker's Guide to the Romantic

Selby & Friends return to Elder Hall to delight audiences with world class performances by artists from Australia and around the world!

Andrew Haveron violin,  Umberto Clerici cello,  Kathryn Selby piano

Mendelssohn Violin Sonata in F major (1838)
Brahms Cello Sonata No. 2 in F major, Op.99
Schubert Piano Trio No. 2 in E-flat major for piano, violin, and violoncello, D. 929

Tickets: Adult $66 / Senior $62 / Conc $48 / 14 years and under free
Bookings P 1300 511 099 or online at Selby & Friends

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Recitals Australia
Jul
1
2:30 PM14:30

Recitals Australia

Stephen Hough, pianist

In Stephen’s words
“I devised a programme about contrast: the French aesthetic of Debussy as against the German of Schumann and Beethoven, but with a challenge to received ideas about the two. A standard perception of French piano music is that it’s spontaneous and perfumed, while German music is more planned and structured. But the programme I’ve chosen turns that on its head.”

Tickets: Adult $40 / Conc $32 / Student $15
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Various People
Jun
18
7:00 PM19:00

Various People

La Virtuosissima Cantatrice: a baroque cabaret

La Virtuosissima Cantatrice tells the stories of extraordinary women in the world of seventeenth century Florence and Venice, sharing music of passion and fire, and honouring a time when a woman choosing to sing was an act of defiance against her society.

Soprano Kate Macfarlane with Glenys March on harpsichord.

Tickets Adults $30 / Conc 25, 
Bookings through Trybooking
Presented by Various People Inc as part of Cabaret Fringe Festival

The downstairs area of the venue is wheelchair accessible

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Various People
Jun
17
4:00 PM16:00

Various People

La Virtuosissima Cantatrice: a baroque cabaret

La Virtuosissima Cantatrice tells the stories of extraordinary women in the world of seventeenth century Florence and Venice, sharing music of passion and fire, and honouring a time when a woman choosing to sing was an act of defiance against her society.

Soprano Kate Macfarlane with Glenys March on harpsichord.

Tickets Adults $30 / Conc 25, 
Bookings through Trybooking
Presented by Various People Inc as part of Cabaret Fringe Festival

The downstairs area of the venue is wheelchair accessible

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Recitals Australia
Jun
17
2:30 PM14:30

Recitals Australia

Lisa Moore & Sonya Lifschitz

The virtuosi Ukrainian-Australian-American musical mavericks — pianists Sonya Lifschitz and Lisa Moore — join forces for their sensational duo as they re-imagine and present the iconic masterpiece, J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations BMW 988. Exploring the contrapuntal ingenuity and the transcendent spiritual beauty of the original, this two-piano arrangement (by Australian pianist Stephen Emmerson) delivers a beguiling and electrifying musical dialogue.

Presented in association with the Accompanists’ Guild of South Australia.

Tickets: Adult $40 / Conc $32 / Student $15
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Lunchbreak @ Scots
Jun
15
1:10 PM13:10

Lunchbreak @ Scots

Out in the World

Adelaide Youth Orchestra Alumni
Bryan Griffiths | Conductor

A chamber orchestra of outstanding Adelaide Youth Orchestra alumni perform music celebrating nature and the outdoors, featuring Handel’s Water Music Suite No.2, Darius Milhaud’s La création du monde and an exquisite arrangement for chamber ensemble of Debussy’s Prélude à l’après midi d’un faune.

All tickets $12
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Ensemble Galante
Jun
9
6:00 PM18:00

Ensemble Galante

The Smoking Flame - French Baroque Masterworks

Ensemble Galante welcomes special international guests Myriam Arbouz and David Rabinovici for a concert featuring the smouldering passions of the French Baroque. Rarely heard masterpieces by  Clerambault, Naudot and Quentin

Myriam Arbouz, Soprano I  David Rabinovici, Baroque Violin I Tim Nott, Baroque Flute I Catherine Finnis, Baroque Cello/Viola da gamba I Glenys March, Harpsichord

French soprano Myriam Arbouz is a young versatile artist in great demand on the international stage for the agility and flexibility of her warm and rich lyric soprano voice. Paris-based Australian baroque violinist David Rabinovici has performed with many respected European early music groups and recorded with Alpha/Versailles, NAXOS, Pan Classics, Brilliant Classics & Classical Media.

Check website and Facebook for more details soon. Or join our mailing list by emailing: contact@ensemblegalante.com

Tickets: Adult $30 / Conc $25
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The Little Music Room
Jun
2
3:00 PM15:00

The Little Music Room

Bronzewing String Quartet

Times of desperation and a search for hope have inspired some of the greatest musical works and breakthroughs. Centred around Mendelssohn's final major work - String Quartet no.6 in F minor - the Bronzewing quartet explores works forged in times of despair and recovery.

Lester Wong (violin), Anna Freer (violin), Rita Reichbart (viola) and Joseph Freer (cello)

Bookings are essential
Tickets  Adult $40 / Students under 26 $25 (Please present Student Card at the door).
Book online through Trybooking
For assisted bookings, enquiries & waiting list phone 8391 5291.

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Musica Viva
May
29
7:30 PM19:30

Musica Viva

Tafelmusik: Bach and his World

In a miraculous blend of music, images and stories Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra takes the audience behind the scenes in the life of this great composer.

Tickets: Range $30-116
P 1800 688 482 or online at Musica Viva
P 131 246 or online via BASS

The venue is wheelchair accessible
Hearing Loop is available in Stalls seating only

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Soundstream
May
20
5:00 PM17:00

Soundstream

Louise Devenish: Music for Percussion and Electronics

Devenish is one of Australia’s most intelligent and exciting percussionists. In this program the delicate and powerful collide, with visual projections mapped to the instruments on stage by New York artist Ross Karre in the luminous resonance of the Z Ward. Featuring works by Australian composers Andrián Pertout, Stuart James, Cat Hope and Kate Moore.  

Presented by Soundstream with Tura New Music and the National Trust of SA
as part of South Australia's History Festival

Tickets Adult $20 / Conc $15
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Recitals Australia
May
20
2:30 PM14:30

Recitals Australia

Joseph Tawadros, Matt McMahon, James Tawadros and Dimitri Vouros

For this very special concert Joseph Tawadros, one of the world’s leading oud players, joins three of Australia’s finest virtuosos; his prodigiously talented brother James Tawadros on percussion (req), celebrated jazz pianist Matt McMahon and soulful clarinetist Dimitri Vouros, in a concert celebrating the ten year anniversary of their much loved and award-winning ANGEL suite, along with a number of new compositions.

Ticket: Adult $40 / Conc $32 / Student $15
Book online through Recitals Australia

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Adelaide Baroque
May
19
2:30 PM14:30

Adelaide Baroque

La Serenissima: Vivaldi & Venice

Join Adelaide’s vibrant new Baroque Orchestra with guest soloist and director, Davide Monti (Italy) in this program of fiery Italian music for strings and winds.

Solo and chamber concertos by Italy’s most iconic baroque composer, Antonio Vivaldi, are brought to life with dramatic flair and vitality through Monti’s infectious energy and expertise as soloist and director. Supported by an ensemble of Australia’s leading historically informed performers this will be Vivaldi like you’ve never heard before.

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Soundstream
May
13
5:00 PM17:00

Soundstream

Blue Touch with Jon Rose

Jon Rose takes up residence with Gabriella Smart in Beaumont House, the two of them colluding to bring you a special in-house improvisatory performance on Sunday 13 May at 5pm. Enjoy music as you’ve never heard it before, performed at one of Australia’s most sublime locations at sunset.

Jon Rose is the major philosopher and cosmologist in a violin-centric world…When I think of Jon, I'm reminded of Leonardo. He has fearlessly and fancifully explored all the currently known parameters of the violin and discovered many previously hidden ones as well
David Harrington, Kronos String Quartet                                                            

Tickets Adult $20 / Conc $15
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The Little Music Room
May
12
3:00 PM15:00

The Little Music Room

Musical Portraits

An alluring programme of musical portraiture designed by Austral Harmony, directed by Jane Downer (baroque oboe) with David Irving (baroque violin) & Lesley Lewis (harpsichord). 

Music by eminent 18th century composers, Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, François Couperin, & Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, An elegant afternoon tea setting celebrates Mother's Day for all.

Bookings are essential
Tickets  Adult $40 / Students under 26 $25 (Please present Student Card at the door).
Book online through Trybooking
For assisted bookings, enquiries & waiting list phone 8391 5291.

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Adelaide Chamber Singers
May
6
2:30 PM14:30

Adelaide Chamber Singers

Brahms' Requiem

From the turbulence of 17th and 18th century Germany, through the ears of Bach and Schütz, to the humanistic, and affirming realm of Brahms’ Requiem, Adelaide Chamber Singers and the Choir of St. James’ Church, King Street combine in perfect harmony. 

Pianists Jamie Cock and Kristian Chong join us for Brahms’ own piano duet version of his beloved Requiem. And, we welcome the first ACS commission from emerging Adelaide composer and member of ACS Rachel Bruerville.

Tickets: Adult $59 / Conc (incl Seniors) $49
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Selby & Friends
May
6
2:30 PM14:30

Selby & Friends

Alchemy

Selby & Friends return to Elder Hall to delight audiences with world class performances by artists from Australia and around the world!

Vesa-Matti Leppänen violin, Timo-Veikko Valve cello, Kathryn Selby piano 

Schumann/Kirchner Sechs Stücke in kanonischer Form, Op. 56
Arensky Piano Trio in No.2 in F minor, Op.73
Brahms Trio for violin, violoncello and piano (after the Sextet in B-flat

Tickets: Adult $66 / Senior $62 / Conc $48 / 14 years and under free
Bookings P 1300 511 099 or online at Selby & Friends

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Nexus Arts
May
5
8:00 PM20:00

Nexus Arts

A Well-Set Table

Aviva Endean and Shoshana Rosenberg are two of Australia’s most curious clarinettists, coming towards experimental and improvised music from very different backgrounds spanning art music, Klezmer, sound art, and punk. Weaving a tapestry of compositions that occupy the intimate space of deep personal prayer and Jewish rituals, they invite you into this captivating place to question our relationship to the ritual of performance. 

Join Australia’s leading oboe specialist Ben Opie, baglama virtuoso Iskender Ozan Toprak and percussionist Matthew Horsley in an intimate performance of diverse repertoire: from reworkings of JS Bach to original works by Iskender, from Turkish folk music to Vivaldi reimagined. The challenge and joy of exploring how far the sonic realms of eastern and western instruments can be pushed is what makes this unique musical relationship ideal.

This concert is part of Nexus Live 2018, a year-long program of contemporary music by culturally diverse artists from Australia and further afield. 

Tickets: Wages $25 / Unwaged $15 (+ booking fee)
Bookings and more information online at Nexus 

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Adelaide Chamber Singers
May
5
6:30 PM18:30

Adelaide Chamber Singers

Brahms' Requiem

From the turbulence of 17th and 18th century Germany, through the ears of Bach and Schütz, to the humanistic, and affirming realm of Brahms’ Requiem, Adelaide Chamber Singers and the Choir of St. James’ Church, King Street combine in perfect harmony.

Pianists Jamie Cock and Kristian Chong join us for Brahms’ own piano duet version of his beloved Requiem. And, we welcome the first ACS commission from emerging Adelaide composer and member of ACS Rachel Bruerville.

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
But there are still tickets for the performance at St Peter's Cathedral

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Adelaide Baroque
Apr
22
3:00 PM15:00

Adelaide Baroque

Secret Treasures for Baroque Lute

Baroque Exploration Series

The uniquely charming, virtuosic music of Sylvius Leopold Weiss (1687-1750) on a 13 course baroque lute, played by Australia’s foremost exponent, Andrew Byrne.

Tickets: Adult $35 / Conc $30
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The Little Music Room
Apr
21
3:00 PM15:00

The Little Music Room

Taxidi

Travel the regional dance music of Greece, including Thrace, Macedonia, Epirus, Peloponnese, Crete and Ikaria, featuring a range of local instruments. The band members take pride in performing authentic Greek music traditions. 

Greek Folk Ensemble comprises Joseph Tsombanopoulos (gaida, aggeio, kaval, lyra & vocals), George Athanasakos (clarinet, outi & vocals), Katerina Stevens (violin) and Paddy Montgomery (laouto & vocals).

Bookings are essential
Tickets  Adult $40 / Students under 26 $25 (Please present Student Card at the door).
Book online through Trybooking
For assisted bookings, enquiries & waiting list phone 8391 5291.

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Musica Viva
Apr
17
7:30 PM19:30

Musica Viva

Avi Avital & Giocoso String Quartet

A mandolin superstar and an award-winning quartet bring you a fascinating, eclectic program of music for the heart and mind.. 

Tickets: Range $30-116
P 1800 688 482 or online at Musica Viva
P 131 246 or online via BASS

The venue is wheelchair accessible
Hearing Loop is available in Stalls seating only

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Zephyr Quartet
Apr
8
7:00 PM19:00

Zephyr Quartet

Aspirations: CD launch

The much anticipated release of the music composed and performed by Zephyr Quartet which featured in the acclaimed theatre work by Brink Productions, The Aspirations of Daise Morrow.

Book online through Zephyr Quartet
Adult $35 including CD or $25 full price ticket only (+ booking fee)
Conc $30 including CD or $20 concession ticket only (+ booking fee)

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Zephyr Quartet
Apr
8
4:00 PM16:00

Zephyr Quartet

Aspirations: CD launch

The much anticipated release of the music composed and performed by Zephyr Quartet which featured in the acclaimed theatre work by Brink Productions, The Aspirations of Daise Morrow.

Book online through Zephyr Quartet
Adult $35 including CD or $25 full price ticket only (+ booking fee)
Conc $30 including CD or $20 concession ticket only (+ booking fee)

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Soundstream New Music
Mar
18
12:00 PM12:00

Soundstream New Music

Secret Garden - Summer Sundays

Join Soundstream, Adelaide’s premier new music ensemble, for a musical adventure in the unique gardens of Beaumont House from 12pm to 4pm on Sunday 18 March, as part of the National Trust SA’s Summer Sundays Series.

International artist Frank Yamma, one of Australia’s most significant Indigenous songwriters, appears at 2pm.  An initiated Pitjantjatjara man, Frank sings in his native language and English. Other activities throughout the afternoon include saxophonist Derek Pascoe as the pied piper, leading children of all ages on an exploratory journey through the gardens, while Gabriella Smart creates a pop up toy piano performance. Young composer and sound artist Jesse Budel explores the resonance of a ruined colonial piano through transducer, improvisation and new settings of old bush ballads.

Enjoy live music, food, entertainment and wine on the shady lawns of Beaumont House, treat yourself to a Devonshire tea on the veranda and browse the exclusive market and vintage stalls. 

When: Sunday 18 Mar, midday - 4pm
Cost:  $10 at the gate (National Trust Members $8, children under 12 free).

While Beaumont House welcomes all visitors to Summer Sundays there are some areas that are not easily accessible by wheelchair. Please call Beaumont House on 8202 9200 for more information.

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Adelaide Baroque
Mar
17
7:30 PM19:30

Adelaide Baroque

Cafe Zimmermann VIII

This cabaret-style concert recreates the atmosphere of the Leipzig cafés in the 1700’s. The program includes music of the giants of German Baroque including JS Bach, Telemann, Handel and lesser known composers like Jan Zelenka. Performed by Adelaide Baroque Ensemble and guests, in a relaxed and convivial setting.

Doors open 6.30pm for 7.30pm start

This concert is SOLD OUT!
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Nimbus Trio
Mar
17
2:00 PM14:00

Nimbus Trio

Nimbus Trio - Novum at Adelaide Fringe

Nimbus Trio perform an all new music program including pieces from their album Novum and new works by Australian composer Kitty Xiao and Sarah Thompson. Composer Kitty Xiao's works for flute/alto flute/bass flute/bass clarinet, violin and piano explore new expression for piano trio and evoke images of renowned Australian photographers Jane Brown and Narelle Autio. The works explore themes of human potential in face of itself and the world.

Nimbus Trio are advocators of new music and commission, perform works of living composers. They are Kitty Xiao (composer/piano), Jessica Laird (flute), Chloe Sanger (violin) and are a represented artist of Move Records.

Tickets Adults $30 / Conc 25 / Child $20
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Adelaide Festival
Mar
14
7:30 PM19:30

Adelaide Festival

Stalin's Piano

The undisputed hit of the 2017 Canberra International Music Festival, composer Robert Davidson harnesses the voices and visual footage of 19 artists and politicians, capturing the music of their often iconic speeches, and crystallising it in a score played live with astonishing brilliance by pianist Sonya Lifschitz.

The title refers to courageous Russian pianist Maria Yudina, an outspoken champion of artistic freedom whose recording of a Mozart concerto was ironically on Stalin’s turntable when he died. Ukrainian born Lifschitz, for whom the music was conceived, approaches her formidable task with equal fearlessness.

Tickets: Adults $49 / Friends $42 / Conc $38 / U30 $25
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Adelaide Festival
Mar
13
7:30 PM19:30

Adelaide Festival

The Balanescu Quartet Retrospective

London based, but Romanian to the core, Alexander Balanescu rose to fame as the distinctive violinist on Michael Nyman’s film scores of the 80s. His celebrated string quartet returns to Adelaide with a retrospective of their 30 illustrious years. If the soundtrack to Meryl Tankard’s Possessed still haunts you or if you, loved them at WOMADelaide, or if you’re just curious to see how the Town Hall copes with its loudest chamber recital ever, be there as it throbs with hits from two albums steeped in the music of Alexander’s mother country.

Tickets: Range $72 - $119 and U30 $35-$45
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Adelaide Chamber Singers
Mar
11
10:00 PM22:00

Adelaide Chamber Singers

Late Night in the Cathedral

If, as they say, the past is ‘a foreign country’ then we are its emigrés and our cultural heritage is at the heart of our diaspora! Music of the past has inspired Panufnik, Pärt, Williams and Shelley and their point of departure is glorious polyphony from the cradle of choral music – the Renaissance. And for Whitacre and Leonardo da Vinci? Theirs is an altogether different flight of the imagination!Program includes works by Arvo Pärt, William Byrd, Josquin des Prez, Eric Whitacre and Roderick Williams.

Presented in association with Adelaide Festival

Tickets: Adult $59 / Conc (incl Seniors) $49
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Selby & Friends
Mar
11
2:30 PM14:30

Selby & Friends

Beethoven by Ballot

Selby & Friends return to Elder Hall to delight audiences with world class performances by artists from Australia and around the world!

Grace Clifford violin, Clancy Newman cello, Kathryn Selby piano

Beethoven   Piano Trio in B-flat major, WoO39
Beethoven   Violin Sonata No.5 in F major, Op.24, ‘Spring’
Beethoven   Cello Sonata in A major, Op.69
Beethoven    Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97 ‘Archduke’

Tickets: Adult $66 / Senior $62 / Conc $48 / 14 years and under free
Bookings P 1300 511 099 or online at Selby & Friends

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Adelaide Chamber Singers
Mar
9
10:00 PM22:00

Adelaide Chamber Singers

Late Night in the Cathedral

If, as they say, the past is ‘a foreign country’ then we are its emigrés and our cultural heritage is at the heart of our diaspora! Music of the past has inspired Panufnik, Pärt, Williams and Shelley and their point of departure is glorious polyphony from the cradle of choral music – the Renaissance. And for Whitacre and Leonardo da Vinci? Theirs is an altogether different flight of the imagination!Program includes works by Arvo Pärt, William Byrd, Josquin des Prez, Eric Whitacre and Roderick Williams.

Presented in association with Adelaide Festival

Tickets: Adult $59 / Conc (incl Seniors) $49
Bookings Adelaide Chamber Singers Shop

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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