Adelaide Baroque
Oct
19
8:00 PM20:00

Adelaide Baroque

Cathedral Bach

Adelaide Baroque Orchestra presents works of JS Bach in St Peter’s Cathedral.

This all Bach program features iconic works including Brandenburg Concertos No 4 & 5 together with the virtuosic Cantata ‘Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen’ for Soprano, trumpet and strings and Motet ‘Jesu meine Freude’.

Special guests include Bonnie de la Hunty (soprano) and Adelaide Chamber Singers under the direction of Carl Crossin OAM

Saturday October 19th 8.00 pm | St Peter’s Cathedral, 27 King William Road, North Adelaide

Bookings |   https://www.trybooking.com/BCVJG                       

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The Firm
Oct
21
8:00 PM20:00

The Firm

The Vienna Secession

The Firm’s 2019 series will feature the Vienna Secession as its Posthumous-Movement-in-Residence, with musical works influenced by this amazing epoch in the arts.

Concert no. 3

Micahel Ierace

Johann Strauss/Grünfeld - Soirée de Vienne, Paraphrase on Fledermaus
Alban Berg: Piano Sonata, Op.1
Kreisler-Rachmaninoff: Liebesleid
Quentin Grant - Scenes from Life
plus new works by Luke Altmann and Raymond Chapman Smith

Tickets at the door are $12 or $7 or at Trybooking, https://www.trybooking.com/BDSWJ

W        firmmusic.com.au

E          info@firmmusic.com.au

 

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Selby and Friends
Oct
27
2:30 PM14:30

Selby and Friends

Beethoven’s Back!

Sun., 27 Oct., 2:30pm at Elder Hall

Andrew Haveron, violin; Richard Narroway, cello; Kathryn Selby, piano

Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonata for Cello and Piano in C major, Op.102 No.1 

Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 7 in C minor, Op. 30 No.2 

Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Trio in E-flat major Op.70 No.2

 

Tickets: Adult $69/ Senior $67 / Conc $51 / 12 years and under free. P 1300 511 099 W selbyandfriends.com.au [Booking fees may apply]

Selby & Friends’ 2020 season is right around the corner! For information and to purchase tickets, visit our website to join our e-mail list or contact us on 1300 511 099 for a 2020 Season brochure.

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Zephyr Quartet
Oct
29
8:00 PM20:00

Zephyr Quartet

OzAsia Festival with Contact Gonzo

OCTOBER 29-31, 2019
 

Dunstan Playhouse Theatre Foyer

Adelaide Festival Centre

Stuck In The Narrowest Path

Physical theatre, dance or fight club? Osaka-based collective Contact Gonzo first gained attention for their face-slapping, clothes-ripping, brawling performances via YouTube. Now the award-winning group bring their fantastically chaotic improvisation to Australia in a collaboration with Adelaide’s own Zephyr Quartet, who provide a melodic counterbalance to the tense yet playful constant physical contact of the performers. Expect surprises, twists and turns in this special performance event, which is at once explosive and tender, very funny and very serious.

Tickets and further information here.

Check out Contact Gonzo here.


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Zephyr Quartet
Nov
1
4:30 PM16:30

Zephyr Quartet

The Lullaby Project

As an International Partner of Carnegie Hall, The Lullaby Project Australia invites parents of young children to take part in a unique six-week songwriting program, in collaboration with three leading musicians at four venues across the Onkaparinga region of South Australia. Through singing, story-telling and personal lullaby writing, the project focusses on family wellbeing, parent to child connection, community and child development.

A community-wide celebratory concert will take place at Hopgood Theatre on Friday 1 November at 4:30pm, featuring the newly written lullabies performed by parent-songwriters and lead artists, accompanied by internationally acclaimed ensembles Zephyr Quartet and Aurora vocal ensemble.

This initiative has been developed through a collaboration of multiple partners who all acknowledge the power of music to improve the lives of individuals and communities. This is the first Lullaby Project to be established in Australia, as part of an International Partnership with Carnegie Hall, New York.

More information here.

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The Firm
Nov
18
8:00 PM20:00

The Firm

The Vienna Secession

The Firm’s 2019 series will feature the Vienna Secession as its Posthumous-Movement-in-Residence, with musical works influenced by this amazing epoch in the arts.

Concert no. 4

Konstantin Shamray

Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations

Tickets at the door are $12 or $7 or at Trybooking, https://www.trybooking.com/BDSWJ

W        firmmusic.com.au

E          info@firmmusic.com.au

 

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Copy of The Firm
Dec
9
8:00 PM20:00

Copy of The Firm

The Vienna Secession

The Firm’s 2019 series will feature the Vienna Secession as its Posthumous-Movement-in-Residence, with musical works influenced by this amazing epoch in the arts.

Concert no. 5

Bethany Hill and Guests

Tickets at the door are $12 or $7 or at Trybooking, https://www.trybooking.com/BDSWJ

W        firmmusic.com.au

E          info@firmmusic.com.au

 

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The Little Music Room
Oct
13
2:30 PM14:30

The Little Music Room

Selected Sonatas & Arias

Selected Sonatas and Arias by J.S. Bach

for recorder and two soprano voices

Ruth Wilkinson – recorders

Elizabeth & Rachel McCall - sopranos

Lesley Lewis – harpsichord

Melbourne recorder virtuoso Ruth Wilkinson, and versatile Adelaide vocalists Elizabeth & Rachel McCall with Lesley Lewis  bring The Little Music Room's 'Bach-Fest' to a sublime conclusion with a selection of sonatas originally for flute, now transposed to the recorder, supported by arias from Bach's cantatas, for solo and duo sopranos, and featuring obbligato recorder.

Tickets:

Adult: $42.50.  Early Bird $37.50(up to 10 days before each concert).

Student – 25 years & under:  $25.00 (Please present Student Card at the door).

For Online Bookings:

https://www.trybooking.com/ZKAG

For assisted bookings, enquiries & waiting list

phone 8391 5291 or m.0402 647 023.

 

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Zephyr Quartet
Sep
27
6:00 PM18:00

Zephyr Quartet

Domestic Alchemy

SEPTEMBER 26 & 27, 2019
 

Samstag Museum

Uni SA, North Tce, Adelaide

6:00-7:30pm

Domestic Alchemy is a musical response to Louise Haselton’s exhibition. Like cures Like, written by Hilary Kleinig and performed amongst the artwork by Zephyr Quartet - a meditation that explores how repetition and observations from different points of view create greater understanding. 

Centred on new work, like cures like draws together the enduring concerns evident in Haselton’s oeuvre — revealing an artist who inspirationally illuminates the liveliness and communicative power of inanimate objects, and the invisible forces that bind and repel the world around us.

TICKETED / $15.00, inclusive of one complimentary drink - book here.


Each performance runs for 30 mins. Select a start time between 6—6.50pm. After your performance, you are invited to view the performance from the upstairs gallery for as long as you wish.


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Zephyr Quartet
Sep
26
6:00 PM18:00

Zephyr Quartet

Domestic Alchemy

SEPTEMBER 26 & 27, 2019
 

Samstag Museum

Uni SA, North Tce, Adelaide

6:00-7:30pm

Domestic Alchemy is a musical response to Louise Haselton’s exhibition. Like cures Like, written by Hilary Kleinig and performed amongst the artwork by Zephyr Quartet - a meditation that explores how repetition and observations from different points of view create greater understanding. 

Centred on new work, like cures like draws together the enduring concerns evident in Haselton’s oeuvre — revealing an artist who inspirationally illuminates the liveliness and communicative power of inanimate objects, and the invisible forces that bind and repel the world around us.

TICKETED / $15.00, inclusive of one complimentary drink - book here.


Each performance runs for 30 mins. Select a start time between 6—6.50pm. After your performance, you are invited to view the performance from the upstairs gallery for as long as you wish.


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Recitals Australia: Virtuoso Series
Sep
23
7:00 PM19:00

Recitals Australia: Virtuoso Series

Andreas Brantelid with Konstantin Shamray

Sensational Swedish-Danish cellist Andreas Brantelid performs with Konstantin Shamray in an all Russian/Soviet program.

Andreas hails from Scandinavia, winning worldwide critical acclaim for his thought-provoking interpretations and uniquely colourful sound. Born in Copenhagen in 1987 to Swedish/Danish parents, Andreas made his soloist debut at the age of 14 in a performance of the Elgar concerto with the Royal Danish Orchestra in Copenhagen.

Russian pianist Konstantin Shamray studied in Moscow at the Russian Gnessin Academy of Music with Professors Tatiana Zelikman and Vladimir Tropp, and the Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg with Professor Tibor Szasz. In 2008, Konstantin won First Prize at the Sydney International Piano Competition. He is the first and only competitor to date in the 40 years of the competition to win both First and People’s Choice Prizes, in addition to six other prizes.

The program features three sonatas for cello and piano: Myaskovsky Sonata No. 1, Shostakovich Sonata, Rachmaninov and a few surprises!

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Soundstream Emerging Composers' Forum
Sep
22
4:00 PM16:00

Soundstream Emerging Composers' Forum

"A hint of what Australian music might sound like a decade from now"

(Graham Strahle, The Australian)

 

The ECF brings together some of the most exciting future generation composers from around Australia. This final public concert is the culmination of three days' site-specific music making inspired by the unique surroundings of Aldinga Beach Conservation Park.

 

Performers:

Catherine Milliken, oboe

Vanessa Tomlinson, percussion

Erik Griswold, piano/prepared piano

Gabriella Smart, piano/synthesiser

 

Free admission

Venue: www.soundstream.org.au closer to the date for details:  

E          info@soundstream.org.au

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Adelaide Baroque
Sep
22
3:00 PM15:00

Adelaide Baroque

Exploration Series

Renaissance Reimagined

Emily Taylor andTom Helps present popular songs, dances and folk tunes from the Renaissance, innovatively arranged for violin and recorder.

Bookings: https://www.trytbooking.com/BCNGZ

Tickets: adult $35, concession/student $30

P 82667896   E manager@adelaidebaroque.com.au W Adelaide.baroque.com.au

Wheelchair access

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Kegelstatt Ensemble
Sep
22
3:00 PM15:00

Kegelstatt Ensemble

Kegelstatt is dedicated to the accessible presentation of great works and lesser-known gems of the chamber music repertoire, especially those rarely heard live due to their scoring for non-standard combinations of instruments.  

Forbidden Sounds

Paul Hindemith: quartet for clarinet, violin, cello and piano

Igor Stravinsky: “Soldier’s Tale” suite for clarinet, violin and piano

Fanny Mendelssohn: piano trio Op.11

Peter de Jager piano, Steph Wake-Dyster clarinet, Emma Perkins violin and Kim Worley cello.

 

In this one-hour concert Kegelstatt explores wonderful music which in other times and places has been silenced (or had attempts made on its voice) by political regimes and prevailing social attitudes.

Doors open 2.30 and the bar will be open throughout the afternoon. 

Tickets: Adult $30 / Conc $22 / U13 free

Booking: trybooking.com.au/495111

Kegelstatt Ensemble

P 0438 803 927     E  kegel@kegelstatt.com.au         W  kegelstatt.com.au

 

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The Little Music Room
Sep
14
2:30 PM14:30

The Little Music Room

The Obbligato Violin Sonatas of JS Bach, Nos. 1-3

Cynthia O’Brien (baroque violin) and Lesley Lewis (harpsichord)

play Sonatas BWV 1014 in B minor, BWV 1015 in A major and BWV 1016 in E major.  With these works, Bach changed the role of the keyboard to one of equal partner with the upper melodic instrument, creating a three-part texture of two solo upper voices with bass.

Cynthia O’Brien, distinguished founder of baroque violin playing in Australia, takes on this marvellous pilgrimage with Lesley Lewis, co-director of The Little Music Room.

Tickets:

Adult: $42.50.  Early Bird $37.50(up to 10 days before each concert).

Student – 25 years & under:  $25.00 (Please present Student Card at the door).

For Online Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/ZKAF

Bookings are essential as seating is limited

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Various People Inc
Sep
11
1:00 PM13:00

Various People Inc

  • Flinders University, Noel Stockdale Room, Central Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Various People Inc has presented some quite outstanding shows in recent years…

The Advertiser

Household Names

In celebration of the birthdays this year of Barbara Strozzi (400 years) and Clara Schumann (200 years), Various People Inc is creating a domestic musical drama, celebrating the musical legacy of these two great composer/musicians whimsically examining the work/life balance of female artists in 200 year instalments.

Flinders University Lunchtime Concert

Entry by donation

A concert of some of Barbara and Clara’s extraordinary musical output, featuring soprano Kate Macfarlane and mezzo soprano Cheryl Pickering with Glenys March and Sachiko Hidaka.

Various People Inc

Cheryl Pickering, Artistic Director

0439 843 574

info@variouspeople.com.au

www.variouspeople.com.au

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Ensemble Galante
Aug
31
5:00 PM17:00

Ensemble Galante

Sweet Peace, Quiet Rest

Ensemble Galante is a network of performers on period instruments dedicated to bringing audiences dynamic and informed performances of music from the past.

Sweet Peace, Quiet Rest – Music of JS Bach and Handel

Ensemble Galante welcomes special international guests from the USA, lutenist Simon Martyn-Ellis and Baroque Violinist Karina Schmitz, along with Australian Soprano Kate Louise Macfarlane for profound music of the German baroque.

This Twilight concert includes music from Handel’s exquisite German Arias and JS Bach’s masterpiece Ich Habe Genug for Soprano, Flute and Strings.

 

“Elegant, graceful, yes. Also strong, disciplined, even heroic. Superb technicians……a colourful ensemble.  Quite galante, in fact.” Elizabeth Silsbury, The Advertiser

Tickets: $25/20

https://www.trybooking.com/BCSCK

or at the door (unless sold out)

W        ensemblegalante.com

E          contact@ensemblegalante.com

P          0421507319

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The Little Music Room
Aug
31
2:30 PM14:30

The Little Music Room

The Obbligato Violin Sonatas of JS Bach, Nos. 1-3

Cynthia O’Brien (baroque violin) and Lesley Lewis (harpsichord)

play Sonatas BWV 1014 in B minor, BWV 1015 in A major and BWV 1016 in E major.  With these works, Bach changed the role of the keyboard to one of equal partner with the upper melodic instrument, creating a three-part texture of two solo upper voices with bass.

Cynthia O’Brien, distinguished founder of baroque violin playing in Australia, takes on this marvellous pilgrimage with Lesley Lewis, co-director of The Little Music Room.

Tickets:

Adult: $42.50.  Early Bird $37.50(up to 10 days before each concert).

Student – 25 years & under:  $25.00 (Please present Student Card at the door).

For Online Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/ZKAE

Bookings are essential as seating is limited

 

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Adelaide Baroque
Aug
25
3:00 PM15:00

Adelaide Baroque

Exploration Series

The Lutebooke of Lord Herbert of Cherbury

Tim Kersten performs a selection of pieces from one of the most significant 17th Century lute manuscripts. The program includes music by Dowland, Jacob Polonais, Daniel Bacheler and Robert Johnson.

Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/BCNGQ

Tickets: adult $35, concession/student $30

P 82667896   E manager@adelaidebaroque.com.au W Adelaide.baroque.com.au

Wheelchair access

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Adelaide Chamber Singers
Aug
4
2:30 PM14:30

Adelaide Chamber Singers

Four Ages of Tallis

Sunday 4 August 2.30pm, Christ Church North Adelaide

Graham Abbott - Guest Conductor 

Program includes works by Thomas Tallis:

If ye love me

Hear the voice and prayer

A new commandment

Loquebantur variis linguis

Salvator mundi

O nata lux

 

...and William Byrd’s

O Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth

Ye Sacred Muses (Elegy on the death of Thomas Tallis)

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Adelaide Chamber Singers
Aug
3
6:30 PM18:30

Adelaide Chamber Singers

Program includes works by Thomas Tallis:

If ye love me

Hear the voice and prayer

A new commandment

Loquebantur variis linguis

Salvator mundi

O nata lux

 

...and William Byrd’s

O Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth

Ye Sacred Muses (Elegy on the death of Thomas Tallis)

Ticketing Info

Adult $45 / Concession (including Seniors) $37

Concert packages and single tickets available from adelaidechambersingers.com/shop

All venues are wheelchair accessible

 

Organisation contact details for further information

Adelaide Chamber Singers

08 8352 1329

admin@adelaidechambersingers.com

www.adelaidechambersingers.com

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Musica Viva
Jul
22
to Jul 23

Musica Viva

The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

Monday 22 July and Tuesday 23 July 7.30pm, Adelaide Town Hall

The pre-eminent representative of the British church music tradition, this legendary choir showcases the best choral masterworks from the Renaissance to present day.

Get your tickets today!

Musicaviva.com.au/2019 (no booking fees apply)

P 1800 688 482

Bass.net.au P131 246

Hearing Aid Loop available in Stalls seating only.

Wheelchair accessible seating in Stalls.

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Selby & Friends
Jul
7
2:30 PM14:30

Selby & Friends

 

Tickets: Adult $69/ Senior $67 / Conc $51 / 12 years and under free. P 1300 511 099 W selbyandfriends.com.au [Booking fees may apply]

Selby & Friends’ 2020 season is right around the corner! For information and to purchase tickets, visit our website to join our e-mail list or contact us on 1300 511 099 for a 2020 Season brochure.

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Lunchbreak@Scots
Jul
5
1:10 PM13:10

Lunchbreak@Scots

  • Scots Church, 237 North Terrace, Adelaide (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

LUNCHBREAK

Friday, July 5, 2019

1:10 PM – 2:00PM

Scots Church
237 North Terrace, Adelaide
Scots Church Google Maps

 

LITTLE PICTURES

Benaud Trio

Lachlan Bramble | Violin

Ewen Bramble | Cello

Amir Farid | Piano

Mendelssohn- Piano Trio in D minor op.49       

James MacMillan- Fourteen Little Pictures

 

Torrents of tiny notes underpin sweeping melodies to create a broad canvas of great majesty and beauty in Mendelssohn’s perennially popular D minor Piano Trio Op. 49. Likewise, James MacMillan’s Little Pictures together form something even more wonderful than the sum of its fourteen parts.

 

*This program will run until approximately 2:05

 

All tickets $12

Book through Trybooking https://www.trybooking.com/BBLIZ  https://www.trybooking.com/482221

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Lunchbreak@Scots
Jun
28
1:10 PM13:10

Lunchbreak@Scots

YOUNG MASTER

Ji Won Kim | Violin

Caleb Wright | Viola

Thomas Marlin | Cello

 

Beethoven’s youthful genius dazzles in this program featuring seldom-heard early masterworks—the moody String Trio in C minor Op.9 No.3 and his enchanting Eyeglasses duo for viola and cello.

 

All tickets $12

Book through Trybooking https://www.trybooking.com/BBLIY  https://www.trybooking.com/482220

Ji Won Kim headshot.jpg
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Recitals Australia
Jun
23
7:00 PM19:00

Recitals Australia

Vadim Gluzman & Daniel de Borah

Universally recognised among today’s top performing artists, violinist Vadim Gluzman joins pianist Daniel de Borah for a recital featuring ‘par.ti.ta” (written especially for Vadim by Auerbach), JS Bach, Pärt and Beethoven in the great acoustic of Elder Hall.

Tickets: Adult $52 / Conc $45 / Student $20
Online bookings through Recitals Australia or on 0432 114 127

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Lunchbreak@Scots
Jun
21
1:10 PM13:10

Lunchbreak@Scots

Now in its fourth year, Lunchbreak is a series of lunchtime concerts in the city of Adelaide which provide a welcome solution when the Elder Hall Lunchtime Concert Series at the University of Adelaide take a semester break.  Same time, same length, incredible value at only $12 per concert and just a short diversion across the road to Scots Church on North Terrace—no need to change your routine except to cross the road.

 

For 2019, Jamie Cock has produced a six-concert chamber music program of the quality that Lunchbreak devotees have come to expect, and exceptional musicians love to be part of—they bring to Lunchbreak the joy of music making that comes when they can get together with friends to play the music they love.

 

As always, Lunchbreak 2019 has two series of three concerts each—Series 1 in winter and Series 2 in spring.

 

Enquiries to lunchbreakatscots@gmail.com

Ph 0404 344 167

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Adelaide Chamber Singers
Jun
16
2:30 PM14:30

Adelaide Chamber Singers

Field of Stars

Undertaking the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Spain is a thousand year old tradition that has given birth to a wealth of music from the Middle Ages to the present day. With Gabriel Jackson’s To the Field of Stars as the centrepiece of this program of pilgrimage, we explore the joys and hardship of the journey, the mystery and challenges of faith, and the determination of human spirit.
Conductor: Christie Anderson

Tickets: Adult $45 / Conc (incl Seniors) $37
Bookings through Adelaide Chamber Singers Shop

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Adelaide Baroque
Jun
16
2:00 PM14:00

Adelaide Baroque

Curious Caledonians

Evergreen Ensemble and Concert Caledonia present Baroque, classical and folk music from the collections of early Scottish- Australian Settlers

Tickets: adult $35 conc/student $30

Bookings through: https://www.trybooking.com/BCNER

P 82667896     E manager@adelaidebaroque.com.au        W Adelaide.baroque.com.au

Venue is wheelchair accessible

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Adelaide Chamber Singers
Jun
15
6:30 PM18:30

Adelaide Chamber Singers

Field of Stars

Undertaking the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Spain is a thousand year old tradition that has given birth to a wealth of music from the Middle Ages to the present day. With Gabriel Jackson’s To the Field of Stars as the centrepiece of this program of pilgrimage, we explore the joys and hardship of the journey, the mystery and challenges of faith, and the determination of human spirit.
Conductor: Christie Anderson

THIS CONCERT IS SOLD OUT

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Musica Viva
Jun
13
7:30 PM19:30

Musica Viva

Doric String Quartet

Experience the intensity as Britain’s leading string quartet play with a captivating blend of sophistication and passion. By tacking the delicate nuances of earlier composers, and embracing the dramatic gestures of contemporary ones, the Dorics are receiving enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics across the globe.

Tickets: $40-$98
Online bookings through Musica Viva or 1800 688 48

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

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Australian String Quartet
Jun
11
7:00 PM19:00

Australian String Quartet

Moore Beethoven Brahms

Two great masters of the string quartet are shown in the youthful bloom of their artistry in this concert, which brings together their early masterworks. These masterworks are complemented by a new work from young Australian composer Kate Moore, also inspired by a fascination with the natural world.

Kate Moore String Quartet no 3* (Premiere Season)
Beethoven String Quartet op 18 no 4
Brahms String Quartet op 51 no 1

Tickets: Std $85 / Conc $66 / U30 $30
Online bookings through BASS or 131 246

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Musica Viva
May
23
7:30 PM19:30

Musica Viva

ZOFO

ZOFO is a ‘20-Finger Orchestra’ who have electrified audiences with their dazzling artistry and outside-the-box thematic programming for piano-four-hands. Now it’s Australia’s turn to witness them perform against an enthralling background of international artworks, creating an imaginary tour of a modern gallery to intrigue and engage the ears and eyes.

Tickets: $40 - $98
Bookings Musica Viva or P 1800 688 482

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

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Various People Inc
May
12
3:00 PM15:00

Various People Inc

Songs for my Mum (Dad can come too…)

A Mothers’ Day celebration of unashamed nepotism, favouritism and downright schmaltz. Cheryl Pickering sings some of her Mum’s favourite songs, joined by her daughter Martha, to the accompaniment of freshly made scones, a glass of bubbly and a cup of tea. You and your family (especially your Mum) are most welcome.

Tickets: Adult $40 / Conc $30
Bookings through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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The Little Music Room
May
11
2:30 PM14:30

The Little Music Room

Homage to Anna Magdalena

Harpsichordist, Lesley Lewis explores the Anna Magdalena Bach Book of 1725, revealing the music on which Bach’s household was nurtured by a remarkable wife and mother of a large, extended family. This concert is followed by an elaborate afternoon tea, honouring Mother’s Day.

Tickets: Adult $42.50. Early Bird $37.50 (expires 2 May)
Student - 25 years & under $25.00

Click here for online bookings
For assisted bookings, information and waiting list Phone 8391 5291 or 0402 647 023

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Recitals Australia
May
11
2:30 PM14:30

Recitals Australia

Andreas Ottensamer & Alex Raineri

Andreas is principal clarinettist of the Berlin Philharmonic and as a musician has brought his instrument to new levels of sophistication by combining a bewitching sound, brilliant execution and an engaging stage presence. He is joined by Australian pianist Alex Raineri in a program featuring Mendelssohn, Brahms, Debussy and Gershwin.

Tickets: Adult $52 / Conc $45 / Student $20
Bookings Recitals Australia or 0432 114 127

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Kegelstatt Ensemble
May
5
3:00 PM15:00

Kegelstatt Ensemble

Reverie

Kegelstatt is delighted to present a special program featuring the inaugural winner of the CMA Young Artist Award, violist Aiden Sullivan. They invite you to take an hour out of your busy life to daydream, inspired by the beautiful soundscapes of the string quartet medium, further enhanced by the rich tones of clarinet and an additional viola. Enjoy a complimentary wine on arrival.

Musicians: Emma Perkins and Lachlan Bramble/violin, Anna Webb and Aiden Sullivan/viola, Kim Worley/cello and Steph Wake-Dyster/clarinet

Alexander Borodin: Scherzo i D major for string quartet
Aleksandr Glazunov: Rêverie Orientale for clarinet and string quartet, Op 14
WA Mozart: String Quartet No 3 in C major, K515

Tickets: Adult $30 / Conc $22 / U13 free
Bookings through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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