Genesis Baroque | Ich Habe Genug

Melbourne’s dynamic period instrument ensemble, Genesis Baroque, is joined by magnetic soloists David Greco (baritone) and Emma Black (baroque oboe), along with Genesis Baroque’s resident concertmaster, the acclaimed baroque violinist, Lucinda Moon. From the depths of despair in Bruhns’ De…

 
UNSW’s Winter Gala program curated around women in love, life and musical creativity

I was pleased when the UNSW Winter Gala was moved from the Sir John Clancy Auditorium to the more intimate Tyree Room at the Scientia Building. This made for a convivial, cosy atmosphere, as rugged-up enthusiasts had the pleasure of…

 
Flinders Quartet: Midsummer Mendelssohn Gala (A Prelude in Tea Concert)

Join us on the last Sunday of the month for a scrumptious afternoon tea and concert from some of Australia’s best and most exciting small ensembles.

 
Flinders Quartet: Midsummer Mendelssohn Gala

Iain Grandage, together with the quartet and Chris, reimagine Mendelssohn’s score with the support of dramaturge, Kirsty Hillhouse, in a concert that will grab the imagination.

 
Flinders Quartet: Midsummer Mendelssohn Gala

Iain Grandage, together with the quartet and Chris, reimagine Mendelssohn’s score with the support of dramaturge, Kirsty Hillhouse, in a concert that will grab the imagination.

 
Flinders Quartet: Midsummer Mendelssohn Gala

Iain Grandage, together with the quartet and Chris, reimagine Mendelssohn’s score with the support of dramaturge, Kirsty Hillhouse, in a concert that will grab the imagination.

 
Flinders Quartet: Midsummer Mendelssohn Gala

Iain Grandage, together with the quartet and Chris, reimagine Mendelssohn’s score with the support of dramaturge, Kirsty Hillhouse, in a concert that will grab the imagination.

 
Gloria | Melbourne Bach Chamber Choir

Hear glorious music for Advent and Christmas, featuring the premiere of Calvin Bowman’s, The Bells, for choir and organ. The Melbourne Bach Chamber Choir will perform choral works from the 17th to the 21st century, including magnificent polychoral works for…

 
ANAM | Cathedral Brass

Giovanni Gabrieli wrote his lustrous brass ‘symphonies’ for St Mark’s, Venice in the late 1500s, and they deserve a big, generous acoustic to do them full justice. The rafters of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Melbourne will resound with the glories of…

 
Melbourne Bach Choir | Requiem

Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem, based on traditional Gregorian chant, was written in homage to Gabriel Faurés exquisite setting of the Mass for the Dead. Our performance of Duruflé’s 1948 version for choir, soloists, cello and organ is complemented by miniature masterpieces…

 
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