"Acacia's playing was so precise, beautiful in tone, individually nuanced yet with a cohesiveness of playing that almost transcended the music." - Sydney Arts Guide, 2015, read more here
“Sometimes words can fail to adequately describe what one witnesses... the Acacia Quartet illustrated each movement with an incredible depth of understanding” - The Age, 2014
"The versatility and technical mastery they both demonstrated as individuals and as an ensemble ... is an impressive testament to their extraordinary talent." - Sounds Like Sydney, 2014
“Performances exhibit everything one would expect of fine chamber music playing: a sensitivity towards tonal and timbral balance, a keen ear for flexible musical conversation and, perhaps most importantly, a sense of fun.” - Limelight Magazine, 2014
More reviews here.
HUNTERS HILL MUSIC CLUB
SUNDAY 19 APRIL 2015 - 2:30PM
Hunters Hill Town Hall, 22 Alexandra Street, Hunters Hill NSW 2110, Australia
Acacia Quartet will be joined by ABC Young Performer of the Year classical saxophonist Nick Russoniello for excerpts from their CD 'Between Worlds' and Acacia will finish the concert with Fritz Kreisler's charming String Quartet.
This February Acacia Quartet had the pleasure of joining pianist and composer Sally Whitwell in the recording studio to record her wonderful Winter Love for ABC Classics. Find the video here.
Acacia Quartet will celebrate their 5th Birthday in May with the concert series Five Chapters. It will feature a world premiere by Lyle Chan and an exciting collaboration with one of Australia’s most acclaimed and recognised pianists, Tamara-Anna Cislowska, premiering Elena Kats-Chernin's Five Chapters.
Become a Patron of Acacia now by donating through the Australian Cultural Fund. As a Patron of Acacia, your donation will be fully tax-deductable and you will be recognised on our programs (unless you wish to remain anonymous). You will also receive invitations to open rehearsals and live-to-air performances at Fine Music 102.5.