SUNDAY 06 NOVEMBER 2016 - 2pm
Rose Room - 51F Sunninghill Avenue, Burradoo NSW 2576, Australia
By attending this annual fundraiser you will be supporting one of Australia’s most esteemed chamber music ensembles.
Monies raised will help finance Acacia’s first European tour to Berlin next year. The Raphael Foundation has invited Acacia Quartet to perform and record Raphael's string quartets Nos. 1, 2 & 6 in May 2017 in Berlin (read more about this exciting project here) but won't be able to fund the travel costs. Acacia also plan to present their successful Children’s Concerts in the Southern Highlands and premiere new Australian compositions throughout regional Australia and at their Sydney Opera House, Utzon Room Series.
This intimate event at The Rose Room will feature performances by Acacia Quartet, an auction of superb prizes, a music quiz, delicious canapés and fine wine.
WEDNESDAY 09 NOVEMBER 2016 - 7PM
Sydney Opera House - Utzon Room, Sydney NSW, Australia
Acacia has been looking forward to performing this program for a while - there's a strong connection with film music here...
The concert will start with Harbour Light by Nick Wales, followed by an old favourite of ours, Philip Glass' String Quartet No. 2 Company, followed by two newly commissioned works by two of Acacia's favourite composers Joe Twist's Spongebob's Romantic Adventure and Sally Whitwell's Face To The Sun. After the interval we'll continue with George Gershwin's beautiful Lullaby and will end the concert with Bernard Herrmann's Echoes.
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.
'Acacia Quartet were riveting at this engaging concert' - ClassikON, 2016 - read more here
'Expertly championed through Acacia Quartet’s sensitive attention to detail' - Sydney Arts Guide, 2016 - read more here
‘Acacia Quartet performed with mesmerising beauty..’ - Sounds Like Sydney, 2015
'All aided by first-rate playing from the Sydney-based Acacia Quartet’ - Limelight Magazine, 2015