Chamber Music Weekend

Australian String Quartet with Roma Winmar

Quartet & Country

Australian String Quartet with Roma Winmar Sun 16 Feb Winthrop Hall Sun 16 Feb Winthrop Hall $25 - $39 + BF
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Sun 16 Feb at Winthrop Hall , from $25 - $39 + BF

A Perth Festival Commission

In this special series of four concerts, the Australian String Quartet (ASQ) perform all six of Beethoven’s effervescent Op 18 quartets and match them with works from Australian Indigenous composers. In a project called Quartet & Country, the composers and quartet have collaborated to bring the songlines and stories of this vast country into conversation with the masterworks of the European musical canon.

ROMA WINMAR New work 

 

Roma Winmar, Dale Barltrop, Violin/ Francesca Hiew, Violin/ Stephen King, Viola/ Sharon Grigoryan, Cello

BEETHOVEN Quartet for Strings in G major, Opus 18, No. 2

 

Dale Barltrop, Violin/ Francesca Hiew, Violin/ Stephen King, Viola/ Sharon Grigoryan, Cello

BEETHOVEN Quartet for Strings in B-flat major, Opus 18, No. 6

 

Dale Barltrop, Violin/ Francesca Hiew, Violin/ Stephen King, Viola/ Sharon Grigoryan, Cello

Time & Location

Sun 16 Feb

4pm

Winthrop Hall , 35 Stirling Hwy Crawley WA 6009 / Godroo

Duration

60 - 70mins

Pricing
  • PRICES

    • Adult: $39
    • Concession: $37
    • Friend: $35
    • Student: $25

Eligible for package discount

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Acknowledgments

  • The other Quartet & Country works commissioned by the Klein Family Foundation
  • Quartet & Country is a commissioning project between the Port Fairy Spring Music Festival and its 2016-2019 Artistic Director, composer Iain Grandage, UKARIA and the Australian String Quartet.
  • Roma 'Yibiyung' Winmar's new work commissioned by Ulrike Klein AO for Perth Festival 2020

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