A poetic documentary montage by BAFTA-nominated director, Jennifer Peedom, narrated by Willem Dafoe and with a soundtrack by the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra has released its 2016 season schedule, and with it comes the love of Beethoven, and an fantastic line-up of international guests.
The Best of British tour draws on a rich body of British compositions from the Baroque period through to the 20th century.
Gallipoli was not just a battle, but also an epic tale of courage, stubborn endurance and a mutual respect for the enemy. This concert explores an unexpected camaraderie that developed for a short time between Australian and Turkish combatants during the truce called on Monday 24 May to bury both sides’ dead
Triple ARIA award-winning Egyptian-Australian Joseph Tawadros stars in: East meets West in Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons 9- 23 February.
Four members of the Australian Chamber Orchestra teamed with Finnish pianist Paavali Jumppanen (a few days after his 40th birthday), for the intimate concert indulgence, Piano Quintets. In doing so, they may have created history’s best looking quintet; they certainly made a play for the best sounding.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra channelled rival composers Gustav Mahler and Jean Sibelius at the Adelaide Town Hall on Tuesday evening with Artistic Director Richard Tognetti masterfully conducting a supersized ACO as part of their national tour.
In a story where art, philanthropy and finance meet, the Australian Chamber Orchestra unveils today the latest addition to its collection of spectacularly fine instruments, an extremely rare and historically significant violin. The violin was made by Joseph Guarneri filius Andreae in 1714, and purchased for US$1.35 million by the ACO for the ACO Instrument Fund.
Touring nationally, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, The Presets (Kim Moyes and Julian Hamilton) and a sextet of singers presented a brief history of music at the Adelaide Town Hall show, Timeline, directed by Ignatius Jones. Artistic Director Richard Tognetti led the almost seamless journey through time across continents and cultures, with a fascinating exposition of music and society
Coinciding with the release of ‘Goodbye Future’, The Presets are pleased to announce that they will headline Groovin’ The Moo Festival 2014, visiting five key regional sites around Australia in April and May
Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Robert Schumann and with a reputation for world class festivals, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and its Chief Conductor and Music Director, Arvo Volmer, will present the signal event of the ASO’s 2010 season in a unique Schumann Festival.
Renowned violinist, Richard Tognetti, performed and conducted Beethoven's Violin Concerto and Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8 .with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.