Sydney Youth Orchestra | Fateful – Brahms + Tchaikovsky

Let’s try that again! The hugely-anticipated final concert from last year, a casualty of Fate, is now rescheduled for 2021. Who would want to miss this: two of the country’s most esteemed performers – conductor Alexander Briger AO and guest soloist Sydney…

 
Elder Hall Lunchtime Concert | Brilliant Brahms

BRILLIANT BRAHMS Lachlan Bramble violin Helen Ayres violin Michael Robertson viola Heidi von Bernewitz viola Simon Cobcroft cello Thomas Marlin cello Rob Nairn double bass Brahms String Sextet No. 2 in G Major, Op. 36 Bottesini Elegie No. 1 in…

 
Selby & Friends | Mavericks – Sydney **CANCELLED**

NOTICE: Due to the current COVID lockdown order from the NSW Government and subsequent border closures, Selby & Friends deeply regrets they must cancel this concert. Full information here. This program presents the work of three fascinating composers whose impact…

 
Selby & Friends | Mavericks – Adelaide **CANCELLED**

NOTICE: Due to the current COVID lockdown order from the NSW Government and subsequent border closures, Selby & Friends deeply regrets they must cancel this concert. Full information here. Selby and Friends presents the work of three fascinating composers whose…

 
Selby & Friends’ all-Beethoven performance was superb and essentially flawless

This is an interesting report for me to write because I suspect many of you have heard some Beethoven before now, and probably also heard Kathryn Selby and her Selby & Friends tours. Furthermore if you’re reading this on classikON,…

 
Q&A with Selby & Friends’ Kathryn Selby ahead of Beethoven’s Back tour

Ahead of Selby and Friends’ 2019 season finale tour, Beethoven’s Back, classikON’s Phillipa spoke to Kathryn Selby about the enduring appeal of Beethoven, his compositional genius, and the tour’s special guests –  Sydney Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster Andrew Haveron, and rising…

 
The brilliance of the Sydney Soloists sextet was on full display in their program for the Sydney Mozart Society

Every programme given by the Sydney Mozart Society is carefully thought out in collaboration with the artists. Whether intentional or not, Friday night’s concert was notable for featuring music which to most listeners was to some extent unfamiliar. The performing…

 
Selby & Friends provided a vivid evening of Beethoven for the Sydney Mozart Society

The latest Sydney Mozart Society concert was cleverly timed to coincide with the opening of Vivid Chatswood but, fortunately, although the visual aspect was welcoming, we were insulated from the sound effects. On this occasion, Kathryn Selby continued her well-established…

 
Selby & Friends combines three brilliant soloists and an innovative program for Sydney Mozart Society

Hugely enjoyable with its varied innovative programme in an intimate atmosphere, an enthusiastic audience, and above all, the brilliance of its three soloists.