No rain will not stop us from checking out everything May has to offer so, throw on a coat you have a place to be.
Saturday night's Australian Jazz Icons performance at Elder Hall Conservatorium was at near capacity, with Adelaide's music and Jazz enthusiasts out in full force.
Recitals Australia is proud to present the Dean and Moore Dean Trio in their world premiere performing 'Tales and Tributes'.
Two young local tenors will be joining the line-up of Operativo as another bows out due to surgery.
Música Anonymous, presented by Zephry Quartet and soloist Jane Sheldon, offers a juxtaposition of traditional and modern folk music from around the world.
A concert of Italian opera gems is being presented in Adelaide in July!
Ukrainian born pianist, Marianna Grynchuk, presents The Firm’s third concert in this year’s series featuring the waltz with a beautiful selection of pieces by Frédéric Chopin and the premiere of two new works by Adelaide composers.
A new recital series founded by exciting young Australian cellist Thomas Marlin will launch in late August with performances in Melbourne and Adelaide
Dynamite duo Tedeschi and Hunt combine jazz standards, classical repertoire and improvisations for two pianos in a concert sure to thrill Adelaide audiences.
Adelaide chamber music promoters, The Firm, are launching a new ensemble for their second concert, on Monday August 18, in this year’s celebration of The Waltz.
Leigh Harrold has had a big week. First he goes and wins the Hugh D. T. Williamson Prize (first prize pianist) in the 2014 Mietta Song Competition, and then he stars in the first concert of the year for The Firm; the 102nd since inception. Continuing to be the best value concert in town, The Firm’s stellar 2014 program unfolds over five concerts on the Elder Hall stage, sharing the common theme of “The Waltz”.
AdYOs Maestro Series 2/Evenings at Elder Hall: Titan Concerts are a collaborative performance between two musically gifted groups, and on Sunday the Adelaide Youth Orchestra, teaming up for the first time ever with the University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra, managed to perform a flawless concert in the stately confines of Elder Hall
AdYO’s Maestro Series will hit new heights in June with a special co-presentation with the Elder Conservatorium of Music’s Evenings at Elder Hall program - which will see the Adelaide Youth Orchestra teaming up for the first time ever with the University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra - to present two performances over one massive weekend.
For the Fallen-An Uplifting Program of Music of Remembrance and Songs of Hope From Elgar to Vera Lynn
Adelaide Youth Orchestra launched their 2014 Maestro Series on Sunday 30 March, filling Elder Hall with the symphonic sounds of what promises to be a wonderful season. Conducted by Keith Crellin and with a solo performance by Tianyou Ma, AdYO’s first Maestro series for 2014 included three diverse works, including Dvořák’s much loved American symphony From the New World.
Presented by Adelaide International Cello Festival Elder Hall hosted the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra under the masterful baton of Arvo Volmer, back for the Adelaide International Cello Festival staple Cellissimo featuring four world-class cello soloists performing a well conceived program.
The 80-piece Adelaide Youth Orchestra will launch its 2014 Maestro Series in grand style at Elder Hall on Sunday March 30 withMaestro Series 1: New World Order, a very special concert featuring three stunning and diverse works, including Dvořák’s much loved American symphony, Symphony No 9 From the New World.
Over 90 international and local writers will participate in the second annual Adelaide Writers’ Week with six days of conversation and debate set to take place in the beautiful Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden.
In a show of strength reflective of its growing presence on South Australia’s orchestral music calendar, Adelaide Youth Orchestras' 2014 Season will be its largest ever, with more community concerts and a collaboration of ‘titanic’ proportions with the Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra.
The Adelaide Youth Orchestras’ dynamic 2013 season will finish on a high note at Elder Hall on Sunday 24 November with an End of Year Concert featuring performances by three of AdYO’s orchestras - the Adelaide Youth Wind Orchestra, the Adelaide Youth Sinfonia and the Adelaide Youth Strings - including three new works by some of South Australia’s rising young composers.