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.
Pleased to be making my debut with Choristry this May for Dark Night of the Soul. There’s a tonne of interesting repertoire on the programme so come check it out!
See Choristry’s website, Facebook or trybooking for all details.
If you don’t have enough romance in your life, you should probably come and check out the Australian Romantic and Classical Orchestra’s May concerts, Unfinished Romance. We’ll be playing some Rossini and Schubert (including the Unfinished Symphony which is really excellent) all on gut strings, just as Rossini and Schubert themselves heard it. If you’re in Sydney or Melbourne, don’t miss it!
Check out the ARCO website, City Recital Hall or Melbourne Recital Centre for details and tickets.
What a thrill to join La Compañia once again and this time for a programme of Celtic music. My Scottish Granny is excited and you should be too!
See La Compañia for details and trybooking for tickets.
Eric Lamb is flying across the pond for a Katapult concert featuring new works for period instruments by Australian and New Zealand composers for the opening night of the Metropolis New Music Festival. Come and see!
Check out the MRC website and Facebook for details and tickets.
Photo by Calvin Baker.
Continuing the Metropolis New Music Festival with Resonant Bodies, curated by the excellent Jess Aszodi and Jane Sheldon, with a performance of Peter Maxwell Davies’ Eight Songs for a Mad King. There’s a sacrificial violin so you should probably come and check it out!
See MRC website and Facebook for details and tickets.
And for my final Metropolis appearance, I will be joining Latitude 37 compadres for some devastatingly beautiful Icelandic music for period instruments among many other treasures presented by the Latitude trio. Definitely not to be missed!
See the MRC website for details and tickets.