The excellent Natasha Anderson and I will be talking about things in the second instalment of Inland artist talks this June. Natasha will be talking about her latest ensemble work, and I’ll be explaining why I like playing old instruments in the way that I do, including discussing two recent works written for me by Natasha for baroque violin and viola d’amore. Come and check it out.
For Inland this July, I’ll be premiering a brand new work for viola d’amore and six channel electronics by the inimitable Natasha Anderson. This is my first new piece for viola d’amore and Natasha’s first piece for it too, so you probably shouldn’t miss it.
This July, I’m very lucky to be heading to New Zealand for concerts with Wellington’s newest early music ensemble, the Night Watch. We’re playing a tonne of amazing 17th-18th-Century repertoire including works with chalumeau!
We’ll be in Greytown on Saturday 13th July and Wellington on Sunday 14th July. Don’t miss it!
Tickets available at the door $35 adult/$25 student.
July 13 at 6pm at St Luke’s, cnr Church and Main Sts, Greytown. https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2019/every-breath-you-take/greytown
July 4pm at The Adam Room, Te Koki NZ School of Music.
To warm our chilly bones in the surrounds of the gorgeous Athaneum Theatre, I’ll be joining the lovely Natasha Conrau, Merywyn Bramble and Naomi Wileman for a programme of new arrangements of Danish folk music. It’s pretty lovely and you should come.
Details can be found on facebook.
Harken Well are ready to brighten up your winter with a programme of fiery, early 17th-Century Italian repertoire. And we’re taking it on tour! This was a super exciting time in the history of the violin, so please join us in Melbourne, Castlemaine, and Buninyong for performances of works by Bertali, Castello, Cima, Farina, Fontana, Marini, and Uccellini.
We’re packing up our lovely guest continuo section, Joy Lee (harpsichord) and Nick Pollock (theorbo) and heading to:
Tickets $30/20 available at the door or via trybooking.
Further details at Harken Well.
How exciting to be joining three of Australia’s most iconic musicians for the Seven Songs to Leave Behind project. This is going to be epic- don’t miss it!
Check out the Arts Centre for details and tickets.
Melbourne Knowledge Week looks amazing and what better way to kick it off than with a live performance of Tim Shiel’s Duet. The last time we played this show there were literal pyrotechnics so don’t miss it!
Check out Melbourne Knowledge Week’s website for details and tickets.
Can’t wait to play the magical Orbweavers’ magical Newer Volcanics show again, this time for Melbourne Knowledge Week.
If you haven’t seen this show yet, don’t miss it- it’s a really special one all about our hometown.
It’s getting chilly so you know it’s time to rug up and head to Woodend for some Winter musical treats. I’m lucky enough to be playing in two programmes with Accademia Arcadia this year, the second featuring choral works by Mozart and Haydn with Ensemble Gombert! We’ll be performing Mozart’s Vesperae Solennes de Dominica and Haydn’s famous Theresienmesse.
Check out WWAF’s website for details and tickets and be sure to book so you don’t miss out!