The group has been together since 1996, with very few personnel changes and has won four Grammy awards.
Presenting like the lead in a movie, the Armani clad, uber-cool violin virtuoso presented a program of pure delight with handsome pianist Timothy Young.
At 25, Ray Chen is one of the most compelling young violinists in the world and will perform only one Adelaide concert as part of the Feast Festival.
Adelaide Festival Centre cemented its position as one of the nation’s leading cultural precincts with the unveiling of its 2015 program
This is the seventh tour of Australia by the highly respected Borodin Quartet. Founded in 1945, the quartet has specialised in the music of Russian composers, but also played a wide variety of works, and collaborated with other artists.
Only a handful of artists on the gruelling international touring circuit have the ability to make the concert spaces around them seem smaller; drawing their audience in, with the most personal of invitations to spend some time in their extraordinary world. Imogen Cooper is such an artist. The intimacy she created in her only Adelaide concert for Musica Viva, made for a unique experience from a great concert pianist.
Founded by King Henry VI in 1441, the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge presented a breathtaking program from the sacred music tradition at the Adelaide Festival Theatre, in their only Adelaide performance
The American Brass Quintet is currently touring Australia for the first time in 46 years. Conducting a national charm offensive with the help of Musica Viva, they are doing for brass what Italians did for pasta.
The American Brass Quintet (ABQ) has landed on our shores for the first time in four decades. Touring nationally, “the high priests of brass” play the Adelaide Town Hall on Thursday 29 May at 7.30pm. Gordon Forester (@GordonForester) chatted to bass trombonist John Rojak via email about commissioning, how their two newest members were chosen, and career highlights.
A Russian, a Chinese, and a German walk into a town hall. However, what they did next was not remotely akin to a joke. The Adelaide Town Hall hosted an evening of chamber music splendour as Musica Viva and the Adelaide International Cello Festival presented the Sitkovetsky Trio as part of their national tour.