Events: Lunchtime series

Lunchtime Concert - Top Class

In what has become an annual tradition we bring you the next generation of classical music talent. Top performing students of the Elder Conservatorium make their mark on the Elder Hall stage in our final concert of the year.

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Lunchtime Concert - Evolving Spirits

EVOLVING SPIRITS

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Lunchtime Concert - Brilliant Brahms

Brahms' String Sextet No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 36, with Lachlan Bramble violin, Helen Ayres violin, Michael Robertson viola, Heidi von Bernewitz viola, Simon Cobcroft cello, Thomas Marlin cello, and Rob Nairn double bass

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Lunchtime Concert - Celebration

Join the Adelaide Connection, Australia’s first jazz choir, and its acclaimed director Julian Ferraretto, for a celebration of vocal jazz. Featuring songs made famous by Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday, Jazzmeia Horn, Gretchen Parlato, Cécile McLorin and more.

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Lunchtime Concert - Australian String Quartet

The acclaimed perfomances of the Australian String Quartet are an everlasting highlight of the lunchtime concert series in Elder Hall. Join us for another eagerly anticipated appearance by the highly regarded ASQ.

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Lunchtime Concert - Transcendent Beauty

Fanny Hensel has found a place alongside the nineteenth century’s most innovative and relevant lieder composers, side-by-side with giants such as Robert Schumann and her own brother Felix Mendelssohn. These musical settings of colossal figures of German romantic poetry like Eichendorff, Heine, Geibel and Goethe explore the feelings of melancholy, unrequited love and the transcendental beauty of nature.

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Lunchtime Concert - Exquisite Strings

Gustav Holst’s C Major Suite is a light-hearted piece composed for his students in the St Paul’s Girls’ School. Carulli’s Guitar Concerto in E Minor is a milestone of the repertoire and an exceptionally balanced and refined work of the Classical period. From the elegiac opening to the heroic final movement, Nielsen’s Little Suite for Strings is a great collection of human emotions.

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Lunchtime Concert - Cities of Music

Join Heidi von Bernewitz and Rob Nairn for viola and bass duos, featuring the music of Beethoven and his circle, together with extraordinary new music from Australia and the US. 

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Lunchtime Concert - American Flair

A staple of the twentieth-century piccolo repertoire, Lowell Liebermann’s entry into the genre is an exquisite piece of modern music with a wide array of influences and an accessible harmonic style. Leonard Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story synthesize everything great about the original score – jazzy licks, Latin dance rhythms, complex modern harmonies, and operatic melodies.

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Lunchtime Concert - Mercurial Spirit

A short, transparent work, almost Haydenesque in character, Shostakovich’s Ninth sits lightly between such giants as his tragic Eighth and Tenth Symphonies. Schumann’s cello concerto has recently become a staple piece of the romantic cello repertoire after a century of obscurity. It’s a work that combines the composer’s most unique and personal qualities – intense lyricism, rhythmic vigor and a fair amount of ambiguity.

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