Author Archives: Liz

Scorned Women, PSMF – 2nd January 2020

For my first performance in 2020, I’m stoked to be joining Louisa Hunter Bradley and David McFarlane for a programme of incredible early Italian repertoire at the ever-excellent Peninsula Summer Music Festival. Come on down to Balnarring and enjoy a glass of vino and some intense early music!

Full programme and ticketing details can be found here, and don’t forget to check out the rest of the festival programme!

Fantasticus, Morgan/Welsh duo, OBGF – 15th January 2020

I’m absolutely thrilled to be revisiting my duo with the very excellent Ann Morgan at this year’s Organs of the Ballarat Goldfields Festival. We’re going to be performing a fantastic programme of oddities from the 17th- and early 18th-Centuries and you should definitely come and check it out.

Festival details and ticketing information can be found here.

Sonic Genome, Berlin Jazz Festival – 31st October-3rd November 2019

I’m such a lucky duck, I get to head to Europe TWICE in the second half of this year, and my final trip is for Jazzfest Berlin!

The Australian Art Orchestra will be heading over to help open the festival with Anthony Braxton’s epic show “Sonic Genome”. More special treats on the programme can be found here.

Excerpt from Composition No. 359 by Anthony Braxton

Stylus Phantasticus, Harken Well at Early Music in Beechworth – 30th November 2019

For the first performance in the Early Music in Beechworth November calendar, Harken Well are performing violin sonatas from 17th Century Italy and Germany alongside a selection of Frescobaldi’s solo works performed on the glorious organ of the Beechworth Town Hall. 

Come along on Saturday 30th November to hear us, and make sure to check out the second concert of 17th Century English works for viol consort on Saturday 7th December. 

Tickets $15/$10. Enquires/bookings 03 5728 2817.

Polychoral Bliss, Consortium Viols – 20th October 2019

I’m thrilled to join Melbourne’s newest viol consort, Consortium, in their concert Polychoral Bliss, co-presented by our friends at the Recorder Co-op. We’ll be playing Germanic music for double choirs of instruments including glorious works by Hassler, Schütz, Shceidt and Schein. Come and check it out!

Check out Facebook or Consortium’s website for tickets and more details.