Melbourne Musicians | Classical Masters

Tickets: Adult $60 | Senior $50 | Student $25 The Melbourne Musicians, directed by Frank U. Pam, present a program of the classical masters, with special guests Mia Yang, David Soo, and Anne Gilby. Program: Haydn | Violin Concerto No.1 in…

 
Melbourne Musicians present: The Mozart Project 3

Tickets: Adult $60 | Senior $50 | Student $25 Elyane Laussade plays Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.9 in E flat major, “Jenamy”, K.271 with The Melbourne Musicians directed by Frank U. Pam. Acclaimed pianist Elyane Laussade plays this very beautiful and…

 
Melbourne Musicians present: Bach & Mozart

Tickets: Adult $60 | Senior $50 | Student $25 Brilliant young saxophonist Justin Kenealy plays his own arrangements for soprano saxophone of Bach’s two great Violin Concertos (No.1 in A minor and No.2 in E major) for his PhD submission.…

 
Melbourne Musicians presents Mozart’s Piano Concerto in F major

Tickets: Adult $60 | Senior $50 | Student $25 Juilliard-trained pianist Elyane Laussade has embarked on a project of performing every Mozart piano concerto. This is the second of three she will play with The Melbourne Musicians in 2019. PROGRAM…

 
Melbourne Musicians: Double Trouble with Grigoryan Brothers

Music Director, Frank Pam said: “Nearly 30 years ago, a violinist in our orchestra suggested that I invite his son, a guitarist, to perform with us as a soloist. The son was only twelve years old… but after I heard…

 
Melbourne Musicians: Two by Two

Two by Two: Bach and Vivaldi Double Concertos with Miki Tsunoda and Anne Harvey-Nagl – violin

 
Melbourne Musicians: Mozart & Donizetti

with Elena Xanthoudakis – soprano, and Anne Gilby – oboe

 
The Melbourne Musicians | España

The Melbourne Musicians directed by Frank U. Pam present Spanish music by various composers, including premieres and rare performances. The centrepiece is De Falla’s Seven Spanish Folksongs in a specially commissioned arrangement for chamber orchestra, sung by exciting young soprano…

 
More Telemann | The Melbourne Musicians

The Melbourne Musicians directed by Frank Pam play three of the finest works by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) on the occasion of the 250th Anniversary of his death. He was more famous than his friends Bach and Handel. Viola Concerto…

 
Melbourne Musicians: TELEMANN 250

In his lifetime Telemann was more famous and more widely admired than his friends Bach and Handel.

 
Hamish Gould performed exquisitely with Melbourne Musicians

Dramatic light with the orchestral unison passages supporting the drama. Showed the potential power in his voice, but this was never overdone.

 
Melbourne Musicians: Beethoven and Mozart

A pleasant relaxing afternoon of music and the audience were treated to expert soloists complementing the fine orchestral playing.

 
Melbourne Musicians’ high quality performance of a balanced and varied program

High quality performances without government or other official financial support. is a huge achievement and they deserve our patronage. I look forward to hearing them again!

 
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