Ensemble Trivium unearths gems from female American composers

Ensemble Trivium highlights 3 very different works by major female American composers It was heartening to see that Rising, Ensemble Trivium’s last concert for 2021, was sold out. It’s hard enough to find audiences for chamber music in Brisbane, let…

 
Ensemble Trivium | Rising

This concert will be live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall  – LIVE STREAM TICKETS HERE Ensemble Trivium presents a program of outstanding music for flute and string quartet by three of the world’s most celebrated female composers. Grandes Dames…

 
Ensemble Trivium | Rising – Montville

Ensemble Trivium presents a program of outstanding music for flute and string quartet by three of the world’s most celebrated female composers. Grandes Dames Joan Tower and Amy Beach are joined by the youngest ever Pulitzer Price winner Caroline Shaw…

 
Ensemble Trivium | Rising

Ensemble Trivium presents a program of outstanding music for flute and string quartet by three of the world’s most celebrated female composers. Grandes Dames Joan Tower and Amy Beach are joined by the youngest ever Pulitzer Price winner Caroline Shaw…

 
Bel a cappella | O Splendidissima Gemma

After a string of postponements and disappointments in 2020, including the abrupt cancellation of their planned December concert, Bel a cappella have been back together rehearsing wherever and whenever they can to bring you a concert of their favourite music.…

 
Fours Winds Festival | Ecstatic Science and Other Adventures

This concert is part of the Four Winds Easter Festival – Sound Shell Saturday Daytime Pass  Four dynamic female voices of contemporary music Imagine the future of live symphonic music with our next generation of star musicians and composers. Members…

 
Bel a cappella’s superbly sung concert beautifully balanced abstract with descriptive works

Entering the beautiful Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel in the heights above Manly suitably prepared me for an afternoon of soaring voices and close harmonies from Bel a cappella. They began with their backs to the audience, singing John Cage’s ear…