It is a lifelong dream to perform Morton Feldman’s epic For John Cage, and I’m so grateful to INLAND for programming it, and to the inimitable Joy Lee for playing it with me.
Come along to the 11th Hour Theatre on 14th August to check it out.
My exciting new duo project with the inimitable Biddy Connor is making its performance debut in Castlemaine this August with the launch of two singles from our upcoming album that will be out later this year.
Biddy and I are joined by our stunning Letter String Quartet friend Steph O’Hara and Zoë Barry for this super special event in the gorgeous (and cosy!) Castlemaine Uniting Church.
Please come along and share this special night with us.
The Letter String Quartet 6-6:30pm
Light Burst 6:30pm-7pmTickets $20 full/$15 concession available at the door or via Trybooking here.
To celebrate the recent release of my debut solo album The Target Has Disappeared on the incredible Swiss label Discreet Editions, please come along to the Old Church on the Hill in Bendigo for a little concert featuring me and my excellent friends Natasha Anderson and Alexander Garsden.
We’ll be playing four solo works composed by local composers Natasha and Alex, and Melbourne composer Samuel Smith.
Lizzy Welsh (baroque violin)
Natasha Anderson (recorders/electronics)
Alexander Garsden (guitars)
Tickets $20 full/$15 concession/$10 child/$50 family-of-four available at the door or via Trybooking.
It’s been great fun joining the Bendigo Symphony Orchestra as guest concertmaster over the past few weeks rehearsing their exciting Light & Shade performance.
Come and hear the band, featuring the extraordinary talents of soloist Lily Begg at the piano, this June at the Ulumbarra Theatre Bendigo! Full details and tickets here.
The wonderful Woodend Winter Arts Festival is back in full swing this year, and I have the pleasure of performing Händel’s music in their Music for the King programme.
There are lots of amazing events going on, so check out the full festival programme here, don your warmest Winter woolies, and head to Central Victoria this Winter!
It has been a privilege working with the wonderful string players of Resonance String Orchestra this year, and I’m honoured to be joining them as guest director for their Baroque Concerti concert this June.
Come and immerse yourselves in the glorious acoustics of the Castlemaine Anglican Church to hear some beautiful baroque repertoire!
Tickets and details here.
What a pleasure to have another opportunity to perform Monteverdi’s Vespers with La Compañia and the Alchemy Consort, this time in the extraordinary Newman College Chapel!
Check out the full details and ticket options here.
So looking forward to the Australian Viola da Gamba Society Easter Viol School this year, and it’s going to be in Beechworth- Autumn in Beechworth is totally stunning!
I’m thrilled to be joining the faculty with Joshua Keller (USA), Pippa Macmillan (UK, Canada), Laura Moore, Reidun Turner, and John Weretka. I’ll be presenting some classes and a joint-lecture with John Weretka on extended techniques for anyone interested in historical/new ways of using their instruments.
Check out the AVdGS website for details!
It is my great pleasure to announce the upcoming release of my debut solo album The Target Has Disappeared on the brilliant Swiss label Discreet Editions.
The album comprises some of my favourite new works for baroque violin composed by excellent composers and special friends Natasha Anderson, Alexander Garsden, and Sam Smith. We recorded in various stages over the past few years, with lots of pandemic- and life-related interruptions along the way. I’m so humbled that it has all come together, and grateful to my label and the inimitable Clara de Asís and Mara Winter for releasing it into the world.
You can check it out here from April 7th.
And see some reviews by:
Michele Palozzo at Esteros here;
Ben Harper at Boring Like a Drill here; and
Peter Margasak at Bandcamp here, where we made The Best Contemporary Classical on Bandcamp: April 2023!