Voices at 5, a series of short concerts designed to make vocal music accessible to the whole community, is so popular it is back at this year's Festival of Voices in Tasmania.
Jo St Leon
Jo St Leon is an author and journalist. Her work can be found in CutCommon, Limelight, Stringendo, Elephant Journal and Writers’ Forum.
Articles by Jo St Leon
The Tasmanian String Quartet emerged because of the impact of COVID-19 on music in Tasmania, and is proving to be an impressive chamber ensemble.
The Orava Quartet offers up an evening of drama and emotional depth in Hobart.
An afternoon filled with joy from Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra musicians.
An evening of chamber music filled with passion, virtuosity, romance and sheer exuberance.
A real sense of music as both a historical and a living art.
A weird alternative world: a roller coaster of horror and humour.
Benjamin Beilman, Giordano Bellincampi and the TSO deliver a truly outstanding evening of music.
Pianist Ying Ho and cellist Jonathan Békés's extraordinary recital was a gift.
Proof, should it be needed, that music truly does transcend time and space.
These concerts are a celebration of what musicians have to offer the world.
From fine food and wine to Bach in the Barns, the festival celebrates the wonders of what Tasmania has to offer.