Soundstream
Jul
22
2:00 PM14:00

Soundstream

Inner Cities - a five hour piano cycle

Gabriella Smart performs ‘Inner Cities’ by Alvin Curran, a five hour piano cycle

Bring your bean bag! Gabriella has previously toured Alvin’s vast piano cycle around the country. This performance is in preparation for European performances, and a CD recording.

Feel free to stay for the full duration, or come for an hour and enjoy the beautiful surrounds of Beaumont House.

These concerts are made possible with the generous support of Chamber Music Adelaide, Prelude National Network of Residencies, and others...

The location where the performance is being held at Beaumont House is wheelchair accessible.

THIS IS A FREE EVENT

 

 

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Various People Inc
Jul
22
3:00 PM15:00

Various People Inc

Winter Warmers - Sunday Soirée

Various People Inc is spending this winter within the cosy confines of La Boheme on Grote Street.  Sunday Soirée features some of Adelaide’s brightest new generation of singers with uplifting tunes, heart-warming harmonies and an insiders’ view of a ragbag of opera’s favourite characters. Featuring Bethany Hill , Kate Macfarlane and Alex Roose. 

Tickets Adult $35 / Conc $25
Booking through Trybooking
Enter the Code TWOTIX for a 10% discount for both Winter Warmers (22 July & 26 Aug)

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Kegelstatt Ensemble
Jul
29
11:30 AM11:30

Kegelstatt Ensemble

Winter Feast

In 2018, Kegelstatt Ensemble takes its audiences on a culinary and sonic journey in two dine-in concerts where good food meets fine music. Winter Feast takes us into the realm of beer, pretzels and pork knuckle with an all-German program featuring Brahms' rich and enduringly beautiful Clarinet Quintet and Beethoven's String Trio in C minor.

Peter de Jager, piano I Steph Wake-Dyster clarinet I Emma Perkins and Janet Anderson violin I Anna Webb viola and Kim Worley cello.

Post-concert lunch (bookings for lunch essential) and drinks available for purchase.

Tickets: Adult $25 / Conc $20
Bookings through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Soundstream
Aug
5
11:00 AM11:00

Soundstream

Tjungu Pakani - TOGETHER WE RISE

As well as enjoying a rich choral tradition, the Titjikala Womens' Choir are gifted artists, acclaimed for their unique silk screening and batik practice. Join them for one of two Public Art Workshops (11am and 2pm). 

Tickets: Adult $70 / Conc $45
Bookings through Trybooking
Meet at the main entrance of the Old RAH

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Soundstream
Aug
5
2:00 PM14:00

Soundstream

Tjungu Pakani - TOGETHER WE RISE

As well as enjoying a rich choral tradition, members of the Titjikala Womens' Choir are gifted artists, acclaimed for their unique silk screening and batik practice. Join them for one of two Public Art Workshops (11am and 2pm). 

Tickets: Adult $70 / Conc $45
Bookings through Trybooking
Meet at the main entrance of the Old RAH

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Soundstream
Aug
6
5:00 PM17:00

Soundstream

Tjungu Pakani - TOGETHER WE RISE

Part of the acclaimed multi-lingual Central Australian Womens' Choir, the Titjkala Womens;' Choir enjoys a rich choral tradition that celebrates their traditional and Lutheran heritage through performance in Pitjanjatjara. Join them for a Public Music Workshop.

Tickets: Adult $60 / Conc $35
Bookings through Trybooking
Meet at the main entrance of the Old RAH

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Soundstream
Aug
8
6:30 PM18:30

Soundstream

Tjungu Pakani - TOGETHER WE RISE

Part of the acclaimed multi-lingual Central Australian Womens' Choir, the Titjkala Womens;' Choir enjoys a rich choral tradition that celebrates their traditional and Lutheran heritage through performance in Pitjanjatjara. They are also gifted artists, acclaimed for their unique silk screening and batik practice. Tjungu Pakani is a celebration of these womens' heritage through a choral concert and exhibition of their silk batik at Ayers House, and art and music workshops at the old RAH. 

Tickets: Adult $40 / Conc $20
Bookings through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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The Firm
Aug
13
8:00 PM20:00

The Firm

The Benaud Trio

For the second of The Firm's four 2018 recitals the acclaimed Benaud Trio present a program of Maurice Ravel alongside new Australian works.

Tickets  Adult $12 / Conc $7 / Music Students free
Buy at the door or book online through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Ensemble Galante
Aug
19
3:00 PM15:00

Ensemble Galante

Jewels From the Drawing Room

Music by Haydn, Boccherini and friends. Join us in the wonderful acoustics of St John’s Church for Galante and Classical gems on period Strings, Keyboard and Flute.  Features special guest Jamie Hey from Melbourne, principal cellist of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. 

Tickets Adults $25 / Conc 20
Bookings through Trybooking or at the door (unless sold out)

The venue is wheelchair accessible

 

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Musica Viva
Aug
23
7:30 PM19:30

Musica Viva

Ray Chen & Julien Quentin

A Ray Chen recital is a thoroughly entertaining celebration of the violin, from heartfelt artistry to jaw-dropping virtuosity.

Tickets $30-$116
Book online through Musica Viva or on 1800 688 482
Or through BASS or by phone 131 246

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

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Selby & Friends
Aug
26
2:30 PM14:30

Selby & Friends

Tormented Souls

Natalie Chee, violin I Lloyd Van’t Hoff, clarinet I Julian Smiles, cello I Kathryn Selby, piano 

Beethoven Piano Trio in G major, Op. 121a Kakadu Variations
Schumann Piano Trio No. 3 in G minor, Op. 110
Messiaen Quatour pour la fin du temps

Tickets: Adult $65 / Senior $62 / Conc $48 / 14 years and under free
More info and bookings through P 1300 511 099 or Selby & Friends

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Recitals Australia
Aug
26
2:30 PM14:30

Recitals Australia

Andrew Haveron and Anna Goldsworthy

Andrew Haveron, concert master of the Sydney Symphony, has established himself as one of the most sought after violinists of his generation and Anna Goldsworthy is one of Australia's most celebrated pianists. The program features Britten, Elgar, Ysaÿe and Ravel.  

Tickets: Adults $50 / Conc $42 / Student $20
Bookings through Recitals Australia or P 0432 114 127

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Various People Inc
Aug
26
3:00 PM15:00

Various People Inc

Winter Warmers - Aci, Galatea e Polifemo

Various People Inc is spending this winter within the cosy confines of La Boheme on Grote Street. August sees a rarity - Aci, Galatea e Polifemo, Handel’s jewel-like precursor to his opera Acis and Galatea, with highlights performed by Karina Bligh, Charlotte Kelso, Lachlan Scott and harpsichordist Glenys March.

Tickets: Adults $35 / Conc $25
Bookings through Trybooking
The code TWOTIX offers a 10% discount when booking the 22 July and 26 Aug concerts together

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Adelaide Baroque
Aug
26
3:00 PM15:00

Adelaide Baroque

Romances for Violin and Guitar

Journey into the heart of European classical music with two of Adelaide’s most diverse and sought after musicians. Experience rarely heard works for violin and guitar by Lloyher, Giuliani, Paganini and others, performed on a Guadagnini guitar and Pierray violin. Australia’s newest duo create a fresh and intimate sound setting sure to delight the senses.
Aleksandr Tsiboulski, guitar I Simone Slattery, violin

Tickets: Adults $35 / Conc $30
Bookings through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Recitals Australia
Sep
9
2:30 PM14:30

Recitals Australia

Simon Cobcroft and Konstantin Shamray

Shostakovich and Schubert sonatas feature in this program fore cello and piano, performed by widely acclaimed artist Simon Cobcroft, principal cellist of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra,, and pianist Konstantin Shamray. 

Tickets: Adults $50 / Conc $42 / Student $20
Bookings through Recitals Australia or P 0432 114 127

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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The Little Music Room
Sep
9
3:00 PM15:00

The Little Music Room

A Baroque Musical Tour

A delightful exploration of chamber music from Europe in the 17th & 18th centuries, drawing together three distinguished soloists from Europe and Australia.

Capella Corelli: Cynthia O’Brien – baroque violin, Ruth Wilkinson – recorder & viola da gamba
with guest harpsichordist Anne Whelan

Bookings are essential
Tickets: Adult $40 Early Bird $35 (up to ten days before concert)
Students $25 (show Student card at the door)
Bookings through Trybooking
For assisted bookings, enquiries or wait list call 8391 5291

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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The Firm
Sep
17
8:00 PM20:00

The Firm

Konstantin Shamray

For the third of The Firm's four 2018 recitals the much loved pianist Konstantin Shamray presents a program of Maurice Ravel alongside new Australian works.

Tickets  Adult $12 / Conc $7 / Music Students free
Buy at the door or book online through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Musica Viva
Sep
27
7:30 PM19:30

Musica Viva

Borodin Quartet

Experience living tradition with this legendary Russian quartet as they cement their place as the undisputed interpreters of Shostakovich.

Tickets $30-$116
Book online through Musica Viva or on 1800 688 482
Or through BASS or by phone 131 246

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

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Australian String Quartet
Oct
9
7:00 PM19:00

Australian String Quartet

Schubert Ledger Shostakovich

Schubert String Quartet no 13 in A minor Rosamunde
James Ledger String Quartet no 2 Transmissions
Shostakovich String Quartet no 10 in A-flat major op 118

Shostakovich captivates with a work of rich stylistic breadth, born of a search for emotional wisdom, while dramatic sensibility combines with tenderness in Schubert’s rapturous quartet.

Tickets: Std $79 / Conc $60 /U30 $30
Booking through BASS or 131 246

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Adelaide Baroque
Oct
13
3:00 PM15:00

Adelaide Baroque

Two Part Invention

Following from last year, these highly imaginative players will delight us again with an inspiring journey with musical partnerships.
Ben Dollman, violin I Monica Schmidt Andersen (Denmark), recorders

Tickets: Adults $35 / Conc $30
Bookings through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Kegelstatt Ensemble
Oct
14
3:00 PM15:00

Kegelstatt Ensemble

Spring Picnic

An appetizing spread of great music in what could be described as an Australian musical picnic. Works by Carl Vine, Richard Mills, Robert Davidson and Thomas Fitzgerald. BYO platter to share. Complimentary wine on arrival. Doors open 2.30pm

Peter de Jager, piano I Steph Wake-Dyster clarinet I Emma Perkins and Janet Anderson violin I Anna Webb viola and Kim Worley cello.

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

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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The Little Music Room
Oct
20
5:00 PM17:00

The Little Music Room

The Modern Romantic

Exploring the roots of the wind quintet beginning in 1821 and continuing through to the late 20th Century works of American composers.

Windsong: Timothy Rosen – Bassoon, Charles Klein – Oboe,  Meredith Ens – Horn, Linda Pirie - Flute,  Anna Coleman - Clarinet.  

Bookings are essential
Tickets: Adult $40 Early Bird $35 (up to ten days before concert)
Students $25 (show Student card at the door)
Bookings through Trybooking
For assisted bookings, enquiries or wait list call 8391 5291

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Selby & Friends
Oct
21
2:30 PM14:30

Selby & Friends

Four Seasons

Alexandre da Costa-Graveline, violin I Umberto Clerici, cello I Kathryn Selby, piano

de Falla Canciones Populares (arr. Kochanski from Suite Populaire Espagnole)
Debussy Sonata for Cello and Piano in D minor
Piazzolla The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
Mendelssohn Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 49

Tickets: Adult $66 / Senior $62 / Conc $48 / 14 years and under free
More info and bookings through Selby & Friends

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Lunchbreak @Scots
Nov
2
1:10 PM13:10

Lunchbreak @Scots

B Keepers

Lucinda Moon | Baroque Violin

A delightfully varied program in the key of B, performed by one of Australia’s pre-eminent baroque players—the Partita in B minor of J.S. Bach plus works by Telemann and the ‘Swedish Handel’, composer Johan Helmich Roman.

Part proceeds of this concert will go towards preserving and creating habitat on Kangaroo Island for the endangered carpenter bee, southern Australia’s largest native bee.

All tickets $12
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The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Lunchbreak @Scots
Nov
9
1:10 PM13:10

Lunchbreak @Scots

Leningrad to Lenny B

Martin Phillipson, Trumpet I David Khafagi, Trumpet I Adrian Uren, French Horn I Colin Prichard, Trombone I David Gill, Tuba.

From the distinctly Russian romanticism of Victor Ewald’s Brass Quintet No.1 to the infectious vitality and lyricism of Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story Suite (arr. Gale) in his 100th birthday year, immerse yourself in the warm sound of some of Adelaide’s finest brass players.

All tickets $12
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The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Lunchbreak @Scots
Nov
16
1:10 PM13:10

Lunchbreak @Scots

A Suitcase of Treasures

Rachel Johnston, Cello I Trent Arkleysmith, Mandolin I James Brown, Guitar

Following her much-applauded appearance for Lunchbreak 2016, Rachel gathers her friends together once again, drawing on the rich folk music traditions of Scandinavia, Bluegrass, Klezmer and the Celts.

All tickets $12
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The venue is wheelchair accessible

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The Little Music Room
Nov
17
3:00 PM15:00

The Little Music Room

Scottish Folk Music

The Catherine Fraser Trio presents 18th century to contemporary original works steeped in Scottish tradition in the casual and intimate setting of The Little Music Room.

Catherine Fraser – violin, Rachel Johnston – ‘cello Trent Arkleysmith – guitar.

Bookings are essential
Tickets: Adult $40 Early Bird $35 (up to ten days before concert)
Students $25 (show Student card at the door)
Bookings through Trybooking
For assisted bookings, enquiries or wait list call 8391 5291

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Recitals Australia
Nov
18
2:30 PM14:30

Recitals Australia

Grace Clifford and Meriel Owen

Celebrate the final concert in the 2018 Virtuosi Series with brilliant young rising violinist Grace Clifford performing with acclaimed Australian pianist Meriel Owen. The program features Schumann, Debussy, Brahms and Chausson.

Tickets: Adults $50 / Conc $42 / Student $20
Bookings through Recitals Australia or P 0432 114 127

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Musica Viva
Nov
19
7:30 PM19:30

Musica Viva

Benedetti Elschenbroich Grynyuk trio

Exemplary talent combines as this chamber music A-team make their Southern Hemisphere debut.

Tickets $30-$116
Book online through Musica Viva or on 1800 688 482
Or through BASS or by phone 131 246

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

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Adelaide Baroque
Nov
21
7:30 PM19:30

Adelaide Baroque

Solo Bach - Three 'cello Suites

Israeli born cellist and principal cellist of Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society is in high demand as an Early Music specialist. In his performances Guy imagines that he has just received the music for the first time, reacting as though it was just created. This immediate way of responding to the Bach ‘cello suites will bring a special electric style to the performance!

Tickets: Adults $35 / Conc $30
Bookings through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Zephyr Quartet
Nov
22
7:30 PM19:30

Zephyr Quartet

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Between Light

Between Light returns with its critically acclaimed immersive promenade performance, visually and sonically exploring the chiaroscuro of art and life. Featuring lighting design by Geoff Cobham and compositions by five of Australia’s leading jazz artists.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre

Tickets: Adult $40 + bf / Conc $35 + bf
Bookings through BASS or 131 246

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Zephyr Quartet
Nov
23
7:30 PM19:30

Zephyr Quartet

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Between Light

Between Light returns with its critically acclaimed immersive promenade performance, visually and sonically exploring the chiaroscuro of art and life. Featuring lighting design by Geoff Cobham and compositions by five of Australia’s leading jazz artists.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre

Tickets: Adult $40 + bf / Conc $35 + bf
Bookings through BASS or 131 246

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Zephyr Quartet
Nov
24
1:30 PM13:30

Zephyr Quartet

  • Space Theatre - Adelaide Festival Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Between Light

Between Light returns with its critically acclaimed immersive promenade performance, visually and sonically exploring the chiaroscuro of art and life. Featuring lighting design by Geoff Cobham and compositions by five of Australia’s leading jazz artists.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre

Tickets: Adult $40 + bf / Conc $35 + bf
Bookings through BASS or 131 246

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Zephyr Quartet
Nov
24
7:30 PM19:30

Zephyr Quartet

  • Space Theatre - Adelaide Festival Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Between Light

Between Light returns with its critically acclaimed immersive promenade performance, visually and sonically exploring the chiaroscuro of art and life. Featuring lighting design by Geoff Cobham and compositions by five of Australia’s leading jazz artists.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre

Tickets: Adult $40 + bf / Conc $35 + bf
Bookings through BASS or 131 246

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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The Firm
Dec
3
8:00 PM20:00

The Firm

Michael Ierace

For the final of The Firm's four 2018 recitals the pianist Michael Ierace presents a program of Maurice Ravel alongside new Australian works.

Tickets  Adult $12 / Conc $7 / Music Students free
Buy at the door or book online through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Zephyr Quartet
Dec
9
3:00 PM15:00

Zephyr Quartet

End of Year Christmas Extravaganza

We’ve gathered old and new friends to join us in an all-star line up to make for a relaxing, hilarious and jolly Sunday arvo. Expect fabulousness, drinks, singalongs and being home before it gets dark. Also featuring voiceROM, Golonka! and BadJelly DJs

Tickets from $15 at the door

THE VENUE IS NOT WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE

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Soundstream
Jul
15
5:00 PM17:00

Soundstream

Of Broken Trees and Elephant Ivories

As part of her Prelude Residency at Beaumont House, Gabriella Smart performs commissioned works by Cat Hope, Luke Harrald, Elena Kats Chernin, Jon Rose, David Harris and Cathy Milliken, inspired by the legacy of the colonial piano in Australia. These works distill Australia’s colonial history through narratives of famous artists, Afghan cameleers, Aboriginal incarceration and morse code, resulting in a living history through music. Presented as part of Soundstream's 2018 Blue Touch Series.

Tickets Adult $25 / Conc $15
Bookings through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Adelaide Baroque
Jul
15
3:00 PM15:00

Adelaide Baroque

Across the Channel

Although years apart, the harpsichord music from Elizabethan England and that of the courts of Louis XIV and XV of France are years apart, both were played at court and had a strong affinity with lute music. The “style brisé” (broken style, arpeggiated texture) of the lute was a feature. In this concert these pieces will be contrasted and common threads will be discovered! This solo recital by harpsichordist Anne Whelan is part of Adelaide Baroque's Exploration Series.

Tickets Adult $35 / Conc $30
Book online through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Musica Viva
Jul
10
7:30 PM19:30

Musica Viva

Joyce Yang

A leading light of the next generation of piano stars, Joyce yang plays music pianists love to play, and piano lovers lovers to hear.

Tickets $30-$116
Book online through Musica Viva or on 1800 688 482
Or through BASS online or by phone 131 246

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

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Australian String Quartet
Jul
5
7:00 PM19:00

Australian String Quartet

Beethoven Widmann Beethoven

The spirit of Beethoven fuels this Australian String Quartet recital with contrasts of drama and consolation, juxtaposing the first and last of the composer’s masterful quartets. These two Beethoven quartets bracket the Jörg Widmann String Quartet no 3 Hunting Quartet.  

Tickets Std $79 / Conc $60 / U30 $30
Bookings online through BASS or by phone on 131 246

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Soundstream
Jul
4
7:00 PM19:00

Soundstream

The Summers Night Project

Inspired by Anne Summers’ ‘Women’s Manifesto’ released in 2017, intended as a blueprint for equality for women in Australia, The Summers Night Project supports and mentors emerging composers who identify as women to create a composition for performances in Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne. Presented by Tura New Music, Soundstream and Monash University, the project also acknowledges the support of APRA AMCOS, the Australia Music Centre and Decibel New Music Ensemble.

Works by mentees Olivia Davies (WA), Rachel Bruerville (SA) and Carmen Chan Schoenborn (VIC). Works by mentors Rebecca Erin Smith, Becky Lewellyn and Cat Hope.

Performers: Cat Hope flute I Derek Pascoe saxophone I Tristen Parr cello I Gabriella Smart piano I Stuart James electroacoustic musician
Free admission to the concert but registration through Eventbrite is essential

The Adelaide concert is held in partnership with the Helpmann Academy, the University of Adelaide/Elder Conservatorium of Music, and Adelaide Festival of Ideas

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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Soundstream
Jul
4
4:00 PM16:00

Soundstream

Gender Equality & Privilege in Music

Inspired by Anne Summers’ ‘Women’s Manifesto’ released in 2017, intended as a blueprint for equality for women in Australia,

For this talk Professor Cat Hope, Head of Sir Zelman Cowan School of Music, Monash University speaks on gender equality and privilege in recent Australian music culture.
Free admission to the talk but registration through Eventbrite is essential

The Adelaide event is held in partnership with the Helpmann Academy, the University of Adelaide/Elder Conservatorium of Music, and Adelaide Festival of Ideas.

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The Firm
Jul
2
8:00 PM20:00

The Firm

Concert 1 - 2018 Series

For the first of The Firm's four 2018 recitals Bethany Hill, soprano, with Mark Sandon, pianist, present a program of Maurice Ravel alongside new Australian works, including one by South Australian composer Anne Cawrse.

Tickets  Adult $12 / Conc $7 / Music Students free
Buy at the door or book online through Trybooking

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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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
Book through Recitals Australia

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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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

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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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
Book through Trybooking 

The venue is wheelchair accessible

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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
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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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
Book online through Trybooking

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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The venue is wheelchair accessible

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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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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, 
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Presented by Various People Inc as part of Cabaret Fringe Festival

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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, 
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Presented by Various People Inc as part of Cabaret Fringe Festival

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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).
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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

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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
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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).
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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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