- Sunday with the Sun King
2:15pm Sunday May 24th
Wesley of Warragul , 62 Victoria Street, Warragul VIC
Be transported! Donald Nicolson (harpsichord) and myself will take you on a brilliant journey to the very heart of the Baroque – the Court of Louis XIV and his personal musicians Marin Marais and François Couperin. Gorgeous French baroque repertoire in a lovely venue.
Tickets $25, Concession $20, Student $10, Family $50
email@example.com or 0488-060-161
- Bach Cantata’s at St John’s Southgate
9am Sunday May 31st
St John’s Southgate, 20 City Rd, Southbank, VIC
An opportunity to hear one of Bach’s larger-scale festive cantata’s in its original liturgical setting.
- Woodend Winter Arts Festival – Haydn and Mozart
6pm Saturday 6 June & 7.30pm Sunday 7 June
St Ambrose Church, Woodend
Missa in Angustiis (“Nelson” Mass)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Vesperae solennes de confessore
Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries Catholic composers devoted their energies to the provision of music for the Mass and for the office of Vespers. This program brings together two of the greatest sacred works of the era, one for each of these services.
Tickets: $45 full / $37 conc / $20 child
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- Vivaldi’s Bajazet
July 4 – 8
City Recital Hall, Angel Place, Sydney
I will be playing again with Orchestra of the Antipodes for the Pinchgut production of Vivaldi’s opera Bajazet. These productions are always so special, make it if you can!
- L’Esprit d’Elégance
6pm Tuesday July 21
Melbourne Recital Centre
Southbank Blvd, Southbank
A program of refinement and beauty – In the 18th century the court of Versailles represented the pinnacle of European society and good taste. From its elegant rules of social conduct and conversation to its rhetorical dance steps, the graces of French courtly behaviour were imitated all across the continent. For the second concert in the Latitude 37 2015 subscription series, we present a program of refinement and beauty, designed to amuse the most sophisticated artistic taste of the French aristocracy.