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Musica Viva Australia: Paul Grabowsky & Andrea Lam

Melbourne Recital Centre Melbourne, VIC
Bach’s Goldberg Variations has been described as the Old Testament of piano repertoire, the Northern Star by which everything has been measured since. Musica Viva presents two very different interpretations of these pieces, one after the other: rising star Andrea Lam will play a ‘straight’ classical interpretation – though nothing Lam plays…
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Australian Chamber Orchestra: Bach

City Recital Hall Sydney, NSW
Mezzo-soprano Anna Dowsley is the special guest as the ACO explores the music of JS Bach and his extended – and extensive – family. Her set list includes arias from a pair of Bach cantatas, a beautiful Ciaconna by Bach’s son Johann Christian and an aria by JCF Bach (another son) going…
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Orava Quartet: Mad Piper

The Edge, State Library of Queensland 31 Cultural Centre Tunnel, South Brisbane, QLD
Queensland’s young and exciting Orava Quartet has crafted a fascinating program of works that call upon folk music, from Spanish dances to Scottish pipers and Slavic rhythms, demonstrating the tremendous versatility of the string quartet. They begin with the passionate intensity of The Miller’s Dance from Manuel De Falla’s The…

Sydney Chamber Choir: Innocence & Experience

The Neilson Nutshell, Pier 2/3 13A Hickson Road, Dawes Point, NSW
Sydney Chamber Choir has drawn on almost five decades of concerts in Innocence & Experience to select landmark gems of Australian and Renaissance music for two special degustation performances at the new ACO’s recital hall, The Neilson, in Walsh Bay. Innocence & Experience teams the exquisite beauty of Renaissance masters…
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Australian Chamber Orchestra: Bach

City Recital Hall Sydney, NSW
Mezzo-soprano Anna Dowsley is the special guest as the ACO explores the music of JS Bach and his extended – and extensive – family. Her set list includes arias from a pair of Bach cantatas, a beautiful Ciaconna by Bach’s son Johann Christian and an aria by JCF Bach (another son) going…

Canberra Strings: Brahms Sextet no 1

Wesley Uniting Church, Forrest 20-22 National Circuit, Forrest, Canberra, ACT
The String Sextet in B flat major was Brahms’s first attempt at writing chamber music for strings, and pre-dates his string quartets by a decade or so. This could have been because the monumental example set by Beethoven left Brahms and others somewhat daunted. Nonetheless, in the first sextet, Brahms…
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Musica Viva Australia: Paul Grabowsky & Andrea Lam

Four Winds Barragga Bay, NSW
Bach’s Goldberg Variations has been described as the Old Testament of piano repertoire, the Northern Star by which everything has been measured since. Musica Viva presents two very different interpretations of these pieces, one after the other: rising star Andrea Lam will play a ‘straight’ classical interpretation – though nothing Lam plays is ever…
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Australian Chamber Orchestra: Bach

Llewellyn Hall ANU Canberra, ACT
Mezzo-soprano Anna Dowsley is the special guest as the ACO explores the music of JS Bach and his extended – and extensive – family. Her set list includes arias from a pair of Bach cantatas, a beautiful Ciaconna by Bach’s son Johann Christian and an aria by JCF Bach (another son) going…

Van Diemen’s Band: Bach Concertos

The Princess Theatre, Woolloongabba 8 Annerly Rd, Woollongabba, QLD
lutruwita/Tasmania's Baroque Orchestra Van Diemen’s Band sparkles in Launceston’s Princess Theatre in June with an all-Bach program featuring the group’s newest member: a harpsichord newly-built in the Majorca workshop of Titus Crijnen, one of the finest craftsmen in the world. The beautiful sound of the Baroque as Johann Sebastian would…

Van Diemen’s Band: Bach Concertos

The Princess Theatre, Woolloongabba 8 Annerly Rd, Woollongabba, QLD
Van Diemen’s Band sparkles in Launceston’s Princess Theatre in June with an all-Bach program featuring the group’s newest member: a harpsichord newly-built in the Majorca workshop of Titus Crijnen, one of the finest craftsmen in the world. The beautiful sound of the Baroque as Johann Sebastian would have heard it.

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Melbourne Recital Centre Great Performers – Diana Doherty & Bernadette Harvey

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Virtual Event Virtual Event
Oboist Diana Doherty is a commanding trailblazer, transporting audiences through time and space with her innate musical sensibility and internationally acclaimed artistry. Principal Oboe of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra since 1997, Doherty is in global demand as a soloist, performing with the New York, Liverpool and Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestras,…
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Australian Chamber Orchestra: Bach

City Recital Hall Sydney, NSW
Mezzo-soprano Anna Dowsley is the special guest as the ACO explores the music of JS Bach and his extended – and extensive – family. Her set list includes arias from a pair of Bach cantatas, a beautiful Ciaconna by Bach’s son Johann Christian and an aria by JCF Bach (another son) going…