Fours Winds Festival | An Uninterrupted Meditation – Music in Nature

This concert is part of the Four Winds Easter Festival – Sound Shell Sunday Daytime Pass  In this special Sunday morning festival experience, exquisite textures of Eastern and Western classical music are woven together: the Persian Oud, a crystalline soprano…

 
Bach Akademie Australia superbly captures Bach’s imaginative brilliance

Bach Akademie Australia – Alleluja Friday 26th March 2021 – Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Bach Akademie Australia’s celebratory programme for Easter was held in St Francis of Assisi’s Church in Sydney’s Paddington, the musicians performing from a semicircular marble dais,…

 
Bach Akademie Australia | Alleluja – an Easter Celebration – Wahroonga

Easter offers us an opportunity to both reflect and celebrate at this special time of year. In our first concert of 2021, we start with Bach’s early easter cantata BWV 4 ‘Christ lag in Todesbanden’. For those who love the…

 
Bach Akademie Australia | Alleluja – an Easter Celebration – Paddington

Easter offers us an opportunity to both reflect and celebrate at this special time of year. In our first concert of 2021, we start with Bach’s early easter cantata BWV 4 ‘Christ lag in Todesbanden’. For those who love the…

 
Bach Akademie Australia | Alleluja – an Easter Celebration

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Easter offers us an opportunity to both reflect and celebrate at this special time of year. In our first concert of 2021, we start with Bach’s early easter cantata BWV…

 
Australian Haydn Ensemble’s Perfect Rainy Day Menu

On a cold and rainy Sunday, most people would prefer to be indoors and rugged up. But at a time when live music is experiencing the revival it desperately needs, I and many others jumped at the chance to see…

 
Review: Bach Akademie Australia’s Luminous Christmas Joy

Weihnachtsfreude Wednesday 16th December 2020 Introduced by Chris Howlett from the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, the Bach Akademie Australia offered a wonderfully spirited performance of Christmas Joy in celebration of the impending season. A small ensemble of experts familiar on…

 
Review: Weichnachtsfreude

Bach Akademie Australia Christ Church St Laurence, Friday November 13, 2020 In the first orchestral concert for Christ Church St Laurence since COVID struck down the performing arts, the exquisite Bach Akademie Australia chamber ensemble presented two intimate evening concerts,…

 
Bach Akademie Australia | Weihnachtsfreude ***SOLD OUT***

This concert has sold out! Join us for a program of Christmas Joy in the beautiful surrounds of Christ Church St Laurence to celebrate the coming Christmas season which will be all the more meaningful for us all after the…

 
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 Romantic & Classical Orchestra a delight!

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra – Mozart & Abel Friday 23rd October at 7pm, Melbourne Digital Concert Hall The first two quartets were played by Georgia Browne (flute), Matthew Greco (violin), Karina Schmitz (viola) and Daniel Yeadon (cello). Browne is…

 
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…

 
Bach Akademie Australia | Bach’s Universal Light

This is a Melbourne Digital Concert Hall live streamed event. For so many of us, 2020 has been exceptionally hard thus far. With this in mind, we present a journey from darkness into light through Bach’s universal genius. ‘In memoriam’…

 
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…