Welsh harpist Catrin Finch, and Senegalese kora virtuoso, Sekou Keita, find the enchanting middle ground between the classical Western harp and its’ West African cousin.
Celebrated Australian pianist Andrea Lam will shine on her return to Sydney, with this essential Bach, Brahms and Westlake program.
The ACO Collective, led by Erin Helyard, traverses the breadth of Italian baroque repertoire with exceptional style, flair and authenticity.
Young, fiery and driven; The Van Kuijk Quartet debut in the Utzon Room after creating waves across Europe with performances marked by exceptional panache and energy.
Armenian born Hakhnazaryan is a true virtuoso, prolific soloist and internationally acclaimed cellist. His creative genius will be immense in the Utzon Room as he offers a rare intimate recital outside of his demanding schedule as a soloist with orchestras across the world.
Mixing haunting siren-style vocals, violin and electronics, Estonian Maarja Nuut’s folk creations hark to the dreamy forests and dark lakes of her Baltic homeland.
The Utzon Room plays host to three masters from Mali, Morocco and Madagascar; African musicians who collaborate to create boundless music and tell compelling shared stories.
Helena Rathbone unites with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s Principal Violist Christopher Moore, her ACO contemporary and Principal Cellist Timo-Veikko Valve and incredible Scottish pianist Alasdair Beatson for an exquisite rarely heard Piano Quartet program.
Over its thirty-year history this esteemed French ensemble join us for a program that explores a wide-ranging emotional journey from deep sorrow through fear and anger to redemption and salvation.
05 Dec 2020 - 06 Dec 2020
Indulge in this, the story of Beethoven’s complete Violin Sonatas, as told by the inimitable James Ehnes and US Pianist Andrew Armstrong.