MDCH Cello Festival | Blair Harris with Timothy Young

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets are also available ARTISTS Blair Harris – cello Timothy Young – piano PROGRAM Rachmaninoff – Sonata in G minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 19 Britten…

 
Australian String Quartet | Mozart Britten

This concert features music by Mozart and Britten that is in equal measure brash, flamboyant, immediately profound and earnest.  The Australian String Quartet plays Mozart’s String Quartet in G major K387 and Britten’s String Quartet no 2 in St Johns…

 
Ensemble Q | Musica Viva Concert **CANCELLED**

Virtuosic wind writing, with the contrasting warmth of solo cello. Every so often a new work comes along that makes us all sit up and take notice, startled as we do so; Paul Dean’s concerto for cello and wind quintet…

 
Ensemble Q | Musica Viva Concert **CANCELLED**

Virtuosic wind writing, with the contrasting warmth of solo cello. Every so often a new work comes along that makes us all sit up and take notice, startled as we do so; Paul Dean’s concerto for cello and wind quintet…

 
Ensemble Q | Musica Viva Concert

Virtuosic wind writing, with the contrasting warmth of solo cello. Every so often a new work comes along that makes us all sit up and take notice, startled as we do so; Paul Dean’s concerto for cello and wind quintet…

 
Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra | Kids Proms **SOLD OUT**

Roll up for spectacular sounds of the circus: orchestral music for children under 10 and their families. The annual KPO Kids Proms concert is an excellent opportunity for the whole family to come together and go on an exciting and…

 
Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra | Kids Proms **SOLD OUT**

Roll up for spectacular sounds of the circus: orchestral music for children under 10 and their families. The annual KPO Kids Proms concert is an excellent opportunity for the whole family to come together and go on an exciting and…

 
Sydney Mozart Society | Daniel Herscovitch + Clemens Leske

Daniel Herscovitch (piano) and Clemens Leske (piano). These fine Australian pianists have enjoyed a two-piano collaboration for a decade. Individually, they have appeared overseas and regularly at home with many of Australia’s leading musicians and ensembles. Daniel Herscovitch’s solo repertoire…

 
Review: Live at Yours with Wine, Williams and Song

David Greco and Vatche Jambazian Live at Olsen Gallery Feb 24, Presented by Live at Yours The Olsen Gallery was an excellent venue for this intimate recital by David Greco and Vatche Jambazian, both of whom had been performing to…

 
Review: ‘Les Illuminations’ of the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra | Illuminate City Recital Hall, 19 February, 2021 Could it really be happening – I was sitting in front of a stage about to hear real live music. Of course absence makes the heart grow…

 
Sydney Oboe Quartet | Debut Concert

Join Sydney’s newest chamber ensemble for their debut solo performance. Musicians of the Sydney Oboe Quartet met while studying at the Australian National Academy of Music, and first performed together for the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall in October last year.…

 
Bel a cappella raised a toast to 2020 and its 25th birthday with a ‘Bel’issimo programme of music in store

December 1, 2019, “A Boy Was Born”.  What better way to ring in the festive season than with a bit of Britten? Last Sunday I was fortunate enough to sing in the final concert of Bel a cappella’s 2019 program,…

 
Selby & Friends’ “The Game Changers” an intriguing and fascinating program of revolutionary composers

Elena Kats-Chernin’s Blue Silence for Piano Trio must be one of the most stunning introductory pieces to a recital. Written in 2006 for her son suffering from schizophrenia, the piece is an exquisite journey into meditation and peace. I defy anyone…

 
Selby & Friends’ Kathryn Selby on musical game changing

Selby and Friends’ upcoming tour, The Game Changers, will “explore composers whose influence made a significant impact upon the world of classical music”, with Kathryn Selby joining forces with Australian violinist Susie Park and cellist Julian Smiles to perform “a…