On the eve of their national tour, the Australian Chamber Orchestra give a sneak peek of their Golden Age programme.

Over the next two weeks, early music lovers across Australia will be treated to some world-class period performance courtesy of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and British keyboardist and conductor Richard Egarr. As the Music Director of the world renowned Academy of Ancient Music, Egarr is one of the world’s foremost authorities on historically informed performance. During the tour, which will be visiting Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Wollongong, Brisbane and Sydney over between 13 June and the 28 June, Egarr will lead the ACO in a programme of Purcell, William Lawes, Haydn and Bach’s Violin Concerto in A Minor performed by ACO principal violin Satu Vänskä. 

The Australian Chamber Orchestra present The Golden Age featuring Richard Egarr, at venues across Australia until June 28.

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