Australian Haydn Ensemble | Tempora Mutantur – Southern Highlands

Haydn’s Symphony No. 64 Tempora Mutantur (Times Are Changed), is one of the few that he named himself. It takes its title from the well-known poetic Latin statement: “Times are changed; we too are changed within them.” It provides a fitting commentary…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble | Tempora Mutantur – Sydney

Haydn’s Symphony No. 64 Tempora Mutantur (Times Are Changed), is one of the few that he named himself. It takes its title from the well-known poetic Latin statement: “Times are changed; we too are changed within them.” It provides a fitting commentary…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble | Tempora Mutantur – Canberra

Haydn’s Symphony No. 64 Tempora Mutantur (Times Are Changed), is one of the few that he named himself. It takes its title from the well-known poetic Latin statement: “Times are changed; we too are changed within them.” It provides a fitting commentary…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble | Haydn’s Dream

The subject of dreams has long occupied the imagination of composers, poets, and artists throughout history. AHE explores this subject with an intriguing collection of works including Haydn’s Dream Quartet, Bach’s Goldberg Variations and Beethoven’s interpretation of Shakespeare’s Tomb Scene from Romeo and Juliet. Haydn’s…

 
Review | Australian Haydn Ensemble Dreamed Away

Australian Haydn Ensemble: Haydn’s Dream Melbourne Digital Concert Hall 8th October 2020 Australian Haydn Ensemble’s livestream concert on Thursday night was the perfect way to relax and dream away the week. Broadcast through Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, the concert was…

 
AHE and The Bellingen Youth Orchestra

The Australian Haydn Ensemble (AHE) and the Bellingen Youth Orchestra (BYO) join forces to perform a collaborative concert of Vivaldi, Haydn and Mozart. The BYO’s Sinfonia will present Winter & Summer from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons featuring violinist Amber Davis as…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble | Viennese String Quartets

Haydn is often referred to as “the father of the string quartet”. His stylistic development of the genre reached a new pinnacle with the Op. 76 quartets which represent some of his most stunning work. Dedicated to Count Erdődy, they…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble | Emperors & Armies

A program inspired by eighteenth century leaders and armies including Haydn’s Emperor quartet and Military symphony. Boccherini’s playful flute quintet Las Parejas (The Couples) opens the season. The title refers to a Spanish horse race in which two horsemen ride…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble’s Emperors & Armies was a musically interesting and thought-provoking way to spend a stormy Sunday afternoon

When visiting art galleries across Europe one frequently comes across rooms full of commissioned military paintings: pompous men on horses or battle scenes on sea and land. While the painters may have significant technical skill, the subject matter often does…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble | Emperors & Armies

A program inspired by eighteenth century leaders and armies including Haydn’s Emperor quartet and Military symphony. Boccherini’s playful flute quintet Las Parejas (The Couples) opens the season. The title refers to a Spanish horse race in which two horsemen ride…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble | Emperors & Armies

A program inspired by eighteenth century leaders and armies including Haydn’s Emperor quartet and Military symphony. Boccherini’s playful flute quintet Las Parejas (The Couples) opens the season. The title refers to a Spanish horse race in which two horsemen ride…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble | Emperors & Armies

A program inspired by eighteenth century leaders and armies including Haydn’s Emperor quartet and Military symphony. Boccherini’s playful flute quintet Las Parejas (The Couples) opens the season. The title refers to a Spanish horse race in which two horsemen ride…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble | Emperors & Armies

A program inspired by eighteenth century leaders and armies including Haydn’s Emperor quartet and Military symphony. Boccherini’s playful flute quintet Las Parejas (The Couples) opens the season. The title refers to a Spanish horse race in which two horsemen ride…

 
Led by guest violinist Midori Seiler, the Australian Haydn Ensemble dazzled with a season finale of Mozart & Haydn

On a cool overcast Sunday afternoon in Sydney, the Australian Haydn Ensemble, a leading period instrument group established in 2012, gave its final concert for 2019 under the guest directorship of well-known Baroque violinist, Midori Seiler, one of four sisters…

 
With Sara Macliver, the Australian Haydn Ensemble stunningly interpret the Delirium of Love

After a picnic lunch in the sunny Botanic Gardens, it was only a small step in the imagination to be transported to an eighteenth-century garden to listen to Scarlatti’s Concerto Grosso No. 3 from Six concerti in seven parts, which…

 
The inaugural Eastside Sydney Music Festival finale was an all-Baroque “Stravaganza!”

The final concert of the inaugural week-long Eastside Sydney Music Festival (ESMF), curated by Professor Neal Pere da Costa and supported by Sydney University, was an all-Baroque affair held at the Paddington Town Hall. It featured musicians from three groups…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble with a French Twist

On Sunday June 2, the Australian Haydn Ensemble performed an interesting program with a “French Twist” at the Independent Theatre in North Sydney. This included works with a French connection by Mozart and Haydn, paired with works by little known…

 
Sydney Mozart Society presents Australian Haydn Ensemble

Probably the most welcome rainstorm in Sydney history put the Chatswood audience, which included eminent patrons Lauris Elms and Donald Hazlewood, in a relaxed mood for the latest concert by Sydney Mozart Society with The Australian Haydn Ensemble, were very…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble’s playing was perfection

There is always a sense of relief when you arrive in your seats at Angel Place after having passed the god-awful infernal din emanating from the Ivy night club, and there is that magic moment of pure silence just before…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble’s Beethoven’s Emperor arranged by Vi King Lim

How better to spend a rather chilly, drizzly, overcast Saturday afternoon in Sydney than to attend a concert given by the Australian Haydn Ensemble (AHE), a group specialising in historically-informed performances of late Baroque and early Classical music on period…