friDAY 18 march 2016 - Saturday 19 March 2016
St Jude's Church - 34 Bendooley Street, Bowral NSW 2576, Australia
Acacia Quartet will once again be Ensemble-In-Residence and perform alongside flautist Jane Rutter, pianist Tamara-Anna Cislowska and violist Emile Cantor in three very different but extremely exciting programs:
CONCERT 1 – ‘CLASSICAL JEWELS’
FRI 18 MARCH 2.00PM - ST JUDE’S CHURCH
Acacia Quartet & Jane Rutter, flute
Mozart: String Quartet in D Minor, K421 CPE Bach: Solo Flute Sonata Mozart: Flute Quartet No. 3 in D Major, K285
CONCERT 3 – ‘RUSSIAN TAPESTRY'
FRI 18 MARCH 7.00PM - ST JUDE’S CHURCH
Acacia Quartet & Tamara-Anna Cislowska, piano
Rachmaninov: String Quartet No. 1 Piano music to include: Tchaikovsky – Nocturne Op. 10, No 1; Octobre, chant d’automne from The Seasons Op. 37a; Glinka – The Lark; Mussorgsky – Hopak; Levine – Humoresque; Scriabin – Allegro do concert, Op. 18. Elena Kats-Chernin: Five Chapters for Piano Quintet
CONCERT 6 – 'PHANTASY'
SAT 19 MARCH 5.30PM - ST JUDE’S CHURCH
Acacia Quartet & Emile Cantor, viola (Orpheus Quartet, Germany)
Vaughan-Williams: ‘Phantasy’ Quintet Chan: String Quintet (World premiere) Mozart: String Quintet in C Major, K515
Acacia Quartet is incredibly proud to be joined by Dutch violist and member of the Orpheus Quartet, Emile Cantor in a concert series in March and April 2016. The program of viola quintets will feature a word premiere by Lyle Chan, alongside Vaughan Williams 'Phantasy' Quintet and Mozart's Quintet K515.
Please find details here.
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"Acacia Quartet performed with mesmerising beauty.." - Sounds Like Sydney, 2015 - read more here
"all aided by first-rate playing from the Sydney-based Acacia Quartet" - Limelight Magazine, 2015 - read more here
"The Acacia Quartet is superb. These fine musicians have only been playing together since 2010. Their achievements in those few years are impressive indeed." - The Music Trust, 2015 - read more here