Angus McPherson
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Angus is a flutist and an avid concert-goer who divides his time between Hobart and Sydney. A PhD student at the University of Tasmania, he enjoys listening to all styles of music, including baroque, jazz, contemporary music and opera. He also enjoys wine, coffee and literature.

Review | The Goldner String Quartet play with an easy grace and flawless precision

Play with an easy grace and flawless precision. Demonstrate prowess as both individual performers and as a polished ensemble.

 
Review | Omega Ensemble celebrates 10th anniversary with polished, thoughtful performance

Celebrating their 10th anniversary, this ensemble once again demonstrated a polished, thoughtful performance and I will be looking forward to the season to come.

 
La Rêvolution: A Bastille Day Concert

Bathed in blue, white and red lights, the stage at City Recital Hall was furnished like a Parisian salon for La Rêvolution: A Bastille Day Concert.

 
William Barton Birdsong at Dusk

A heady mixture of musical traditions William Barton’s latest album, Birdsong at Dusk (ABC Classics), immerses the listener in a heady mixture of musical traditions. Recorded last year in Brisbane for ABC Classic FM’s Sunday Live, the album showcases Barton’s…

 
Jane Rutter Q&A

On 14th July, City Recital Hall Angel Place will be transformed into a Parisian salon as some of Australia’s best-loved classical musicians celebrate France’s national day with La Rêvolution: A Bastille Day Concert. One of the most distinguished sopranos of…

 
Balmain Sinfonia: Grieg, Haydn & Berlioz

Edvard Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite No. 2 The strident opening of Edvard Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite No. 2 settled into a warm melody from the string section as the audience settled into their seats in the Macquarie Theatre. Under the…

 
Niels Bijl, Peter Leung, The Encore Strings

Seated on couches, listening to mellow sounds & hiss of beer opening. Beautiful tone & sensitive playing. A warm, friendly atmosphere.

 
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