Experience three piano quintets in the magnificent colonial-period mansion Barwon Park at Winchelsea (approx 1 hour 30 minutes drive SW of Melbourne), afternoon tea after the concert, plus the chance to view this fascinating house, built by Thomas Austin and his wife Elizabeth - founder of the Austin hospital. And Five Makes One on Sunday May 5 at 2.00pm - a program of popular chamber music with Rohan Murray and distinguished violin, viola and cello colleagues - previews at Barwon Park what is sure to be a very popular September Rippon Lea Ballroom recital.
Glenfern, a National Trust Centre for the Arts and Culture in East St Kilda, is a 19th century Gothic mansion in East St Kilda, in Melbourne, where the Team of Pianists are based. Hear two recitals of eclectic repertoire: in September a program for flute and piano with Lisa-Maree Amos and Darryl Coote, and in October Where the Wild Sings Are! - Songs of Animals & Beasts, featuring the vocal soloists of Icon Trio with Robert Chamberlain at the piano.
...chamber music as it was intended...
Elizabeth Sellars (violin), Lara Mladjen (violin), Lisa Grosman (viola), Svetlana Bogosavljevic (cello), Rohan Murray (piano)
Schumann – Piano quintet in E flat minor, Op 44
Howell – Piano quintet
Dvorak – Piano quintet No 2, in A major, Op 81
Lisa-Maree Amos (flute), Darryl Coote (piano)
Schubert – Piano sonata in A major, D 959
Martinů – Sonata for flute and piano,
Poulenc – Sonata for flute and piano
Icon Trio: Justine Anderson (soprano), Vivien Hamilton (mezzo-soprano), Jeannie Marsh (alto), with Robert Chamberlain (piano)
Enjoy a vibrant ménagèrie of Australian rounds, unaccompanied madrigals (The Silver Swan & El Grillo), well-known classical masterpieces (The Owl and the Pussycat & the Cat Duet by Rossini), medleys of popular songs, including comedic songs by Flanders and Swann (Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud). Other composers featured are Richard Rodney Bennett, Tom Lehrer and plenty more! Plus piano works based on animal themes.
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