It’s time for the debut concert of Harken Well and you should definitely come!
We’ll be playing some heart-wrenching Germanic works from the 17th Century in the cosy Church of All Nations in Carlton on 2nd June and our dear friends, and continuo dream team, Hannah Lane and Nick Pollock from Ensemble 642 as well as the inimitable Ellie Walker will be playing with us.
Not to be missed people!
Check out our brand spanking new website or Facebook for details.
You know it’s getting cold when it’s time for the Woodend Winter Arts Festival! Vivaldi Vespers are on the programme this year among many other delights. Saturdays concert is already sold out, so get in fast for Sunday!
Details can be found here.
As ever, I’m thrilled to be joining continuo dream-team Ensemble 642 for a programme of English music with ex-pat tenor Daniel Thomson.
Check out the Ensemble 642 website or Facebook for details. Tickets at the door or via TryBooking.
Holy moley we’re going to Dark Mofo! I’ll be joining esteemed electronic tinker, Tilman Robinson, for a show on June 15th. It’s going to be a doozy! If you haven’t heard Tilman’s music before, definitely check out his website, or better yet, come along to Dark Mofo!
See the Dark Mofo website for details.
If you missed Harken Well’s debut concert in Melbourne earlier this month, then don’t despair. Our dear friends at Van Diemen’s Band are presenting a repeat of this programme in Hobart!
In our Tassie debut, we’ll be playing some heart-wrenching Germanic works from the 17th Century with our dearest guest harpist Hannah Lane at the gorgeous Founders Room, Salamanca Arts Centre.
For details, see our Harken Well website, Facebook or Salamanca Arts Centre.
Come along to Make It Up Club to catch my new improv duo, Outlier, with Chloë Smith. Warm up your June evening with some experimental renaissance times!
Photo by Lloyd Honeybrook
I’m so excited to announce the debut of my new early-music duo ensemble, Harken Well, with my most esteemed compadre Laura Moore.
Stay tuned for info about upcoming concerts by checking here at lizzywelsh.com or the new Harken Well website or Facebook page.
Photo by Dave Reynolds.