Founded in 2010 by violinists Lisa Stewart and Myee Clohessy, violist Stefan Duwe and cellist Anna Martin-Scrase, Acacia Quartet has quickly won great respect for their versatile and inventive programs which often couple established repertoire with the unorthodox.

Read about the quartet here.

Upcoming Concerts 

Love notes

Sunday 8 March - 3:00pm, Mosman Art Gallery - Buy Ticket

Thursday 12 March - 7:30pm, Australian Hall Sydney - Buy Ticket

Rachel Gregg joins Acacia to narrate the poetry written for Dvorak’s love sick ‘Cypresses’ Love Songs. He wrote them for a student with whom he was completely smitten but unfortunately she did not return his love. Borodin, however, was much luckier in love and dedicated his String Quartet No 2 to his dear wife as an anniversary present.


“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

“Acacia Quartet played not only with polished balance, but drew listeners in.  This is a young group … on the ascendancy.” - Sydney Morning Herald, 2013

“The quartet's warmth of tone and blend is coupled with an infectious passion for this new music, making this recording a stand-out! It is not only exciting music, but exciting playing.” - Barry Walmsley, 2013