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Directed by clarinetist Justin Beere and oboist Steph Dixon, its passionate players perform with the leading Australian symphony orchestras and ensembles.
Melbourne Chamber Players explores contemporary and 20th-century composers whose daring music is praised for capturing a national identity. A premiere of Nigel Sabin dazzles with distinctive Australianness, reflecting the idea his daring works ‘convert the enemies of contemporary music’. Phantasy by Imogen Holst swirls with lyricism amid its treasured English pastoral aesthetic, and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Quintet reveals all the brilliance and playfulness of his colourful style.
This concert is a PACked Stage Gig - why not get a group together and book a table.
The Melbourne Guitar Quartet (MGQ) is dedicated to the development of new chamber music repertoire for the instrument.
MGQ uses the guitar family of instruments (classical bass, baritone, standard, treble and octave guitars) producing a rich and broad timbral spectrum for guitar ensemble performance.
This is a PACked Stage Gig - Why not get a group together and book a table.
Everyone whohas attended these concerts over the many years say how enjoyable they are!
There is always an amazing variety of music so you can be sure of hearing something that really appeals to you.
A successfulconcert needs two elements: a great audience and a great performance. With this orchestra under the artful baton of our Conductor Angus Christie we have always been fortunate to have both.
Enjoy the concert and please, join us for light refreshments after the concert.
Mozart was among the most famous pianists of his day, but was also a highly skilled violinist and violist. While still in his teens, Mozart was appointed concertmaster in the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg’s orchestra. It was during this appointment, in 1775, that he penned all five of his violin concertos.
The fourth concerto is a favourite of violinists and audiences, by turns effervescent and charming, and infused with Mozart’s effortless operatic sense of melody. To perform it, we are joined by violinist Sophie Rowell.
This concert also includes symphonies from the 1770s by close members of Mozart’s circle, and a delectable suite by Sibelius reflecting on romantic aspects of Finnish rural life.