The Letter String Quartet will be making our INLAND debut this August, including collaborations with Ned Collette, Evelyn Morris and Oliver Mann. Aviva Endean and Judith Hamann will also be making appearances, so don’t miss it!
Spring is in the air, which means it’s nearly time for BIFEM 2018! I can barely believe we’re already up to our sixth edition, and it’s going to be a doozy. This year I have the pleasure of reuniting with dream quartet compadres, Judith Hamann, Erkki Veltheim and Graeme Jennings for our yearly Argonaut Quartet Concert, this time with works by Michelle Lou, Annie Hsieh, Sami Klemola and Dobromiła Jaskot. I will also be making an appearance in recital with Natasha Anderson playing the incredible new piece she has written for me, The Target Has Disappeared, for baroque violin, voice and electronics, with film by Sabina Maselli.
Check out our website here and be sure to book as things will sell out.
The Target Has Disappeared was commissioned with support from the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.
Back in July, The Letter String Quartet joined the lovely Gang of Youths for the Australian launch of MTV Unplugged and it’s going to be airing on MTV on the 19th of August. It will be available for streaming and you can check out MTV for details.
Holy moley The Letter String Quartet is joining Gang of Youths for the Australian launch of MTV Unplugged! Gang of Youths are not just youthful, but also lovely and play very excellent songs, so you should check them out.
I’m so excited to be joining the Callisto String Quartet for Northern Lights, a programme of traditional Scandinavian music arranged for string quartet, at this year’s Winter Music in the Valley Festival.
See the Festival’s website for details and tickets.
Joining up with the lovely Valencia String Quartet for an outing of strings quartets by Grażyna Bacewicz and Livia Teodorescu-Ciocănea at the upcoming Gender Diversity Conference. We’re performing on the Saturday at 11.30am. Don’t miss it!
See Monash’s website for details.