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.
I’m so excited to join my favourite Renaissance band La Compañia for this Australian Premiere of Pedro Bermúdez’s Missa de Bomba, in the glorious Isabella Fraser Room of the State Library of Victoria. There will be tales of shipwrecks and feats of daring-do- don’t miss it!
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.
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.
It’s been a long time coming and now my Letter Loves are ready to launch our first single! All the Stories is the title track from our soon-to-be-released debut album. Come along to gorgeous La Mama on 10th October to check it out!
The Letter String Quartet are thrilled to be working with Chamber Made on Little Operations, to present the development of All that you hear is all that is heard, a site specific work composed by The Letter String Quartet’s very own Artistic Director Extraordinaire, Biddy Connor.
We’re loving spending time in Melbourne’s iconic Nicholas Building developing this show. Come and see what we’ve discovered!