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“A profound and rewarding experience” – Limelight MagazineVirtuosity and Wit: Weapons of Rhetoric in June Bach Concerts Bach Akademie Australia continues its thrilling 2022 season with a …


JOURNEY TO MUSICAL VIENNA WITH HIP ORCHESTRA Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra Rachael Beesley & Nicole van Bruggen - Co-Artistic Directors SOUNDS OF VIENNA | 29 May–15 June SCHUBERT | EYBLER The …



Sensational Strings Plus a Sneaky Clarinet

Principal players of The Metropolitan Orchestra join as a Nonet for this fabulous Sunday afternoon of fine music within the beautifully refurbished Leichhardt Town Hall. Presenting an outstanding selection of music from …


The Italian Baroque lavished crowds with some of the most glorious and uplifting compositions of the time – five of which you’ll experience tonight. In Monteverdi’s intricate Sinfonia, we hear a …



Like his father Johann Sebastian, CPE Bach was one of the most celebrated composers of his day, and his voice was just as original. Written as music evolved from Baroque to Classical, his Symphony in A is, in equal …


Omega Ensemble: Refractions

One of the most prolific and popular composers of the past century, Philip Glass’ music has spanned concert works for major orchestras and ensembles around the world, Academy Award-nominated film scores (The …



The Roaring Twenties

Four pieces from four centuries apart that contrast and connect from an elegant Bach Sonata, through a seemingly effortless Mendelssohn String Quartet and Hindemith’s urbane Kleine Kammermusic to the premiere of …


Omega Ensemble: Ex Machina

Aaron Copland’s thrilling Sextet started life as his Second Symphony. However, following its premiere, the work was avoided by orchestras due to its complexity. Out of frustration, Copland re-wrote the work for …


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