The Sydney Dance Company and Australian String Quartet explore our changing relationships with the things we hold dear and the things we fear.
ARIA award winning classical guitarist Slava Grigoryan, and internationally heralded pianist Konstantin Shamray join the Australian String Quartet for one evening.
Five-time ARIA Award Winner Katie Noonan and the Australian String Quartet (ASQ) are currently touring Australia with their new album The Glad Tomorrow.
The Glad Tomorrow is the new album from 5-time ARIA Award Winner Katie Noonan and the brilliant Australian String Quartet. This is the first time Noonan and the ASQ have collaborated, and this uniquely Australian project sets the poetry of Queenslander and First Nations icon Oodgeroo Noonuccal to music.
To celebrate Earth Hour 2018 on March 24th, the Australian String Quartet are teaming up with the South Australian Museum to present an environmentally low-impact evening of high-impact music.
Lior has an eclectic fan base, his music being played on Triple J, ABC Radio and even being used by a contestant on Australian Idol.
We sat down with Aussie film-maker Scott Hicks to chat about his latest film, Highly Strung, which is now showing in selected cinemas across Australia.
Bringing together the classical and the contemporary, the ASQ played Beethoven and Schumann alongside Australian composers Matthew Hindson and John Adams.
The astounding line-up of the 2016 event has been announced, including 7 world premieres, and 20 events EXCLUSIVE TO ADELAIDE over the 18 day festival.
The Australian String Quartet's one-night-only concert was a program of perfect classical concertos with two contemporary and incredibly beautiful local pieces.
The final of Australia’s most lucrative and prestigious award for the collaborative pianist, the Accompanists’ Guild of SA’s 29th Geoffrey Parsons Award, took place on August 18th in Adelaide at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, The University of Adelaide.
Leading Scottish pianist and French music specialist, Roy Howat, will team up with well-known Adelaide actor Holly Myers to present an Adelaide Youth Orchestras fundraising concert of Babar the Elephant.
This was a perfect start to a Sunday afternoon, filled with glorious music played by some of the world’s finest musicians.