the harp & the Harpoon

©Joel Coleman Photography

©Joel Coleman Photography

 

Join Acacia Quartet for a fascinating journey in time and history.

Ludwig van Beethoven's String Quartet No. 10 in E Flat Major, Op. 74 'Harp' is the last of his masterful 'middle' quartets, it's a glorious work: full, rich and befitting the middle period character known as “Eroica.” In contrast, Moya Henderson's Kudikynah Cave will transport you to Tasmania's wilderness and Nicholas Vines' The Law of the Tongue is telling the story of early whale hunting in Eden, Southern NSW.

 

SATURDAY 09 JULY 2016 - 7:30PM

Music By The Sea - Sandgate Town Hall, Sandgate QLD 4017, Australia

 

SATURDAY 30 JULY 2016 - 7PM

Sydney Opera House - Utzon Room, Sydney NSW, Australia

Features

Read about 'The Harp & The Harpoon' in this fascinating interview between Acacia's Myee Clohessy and composer Nicholas Vines here.


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REVIEWS

"Acacia Quartet performed with mesmerising beauty.." - Sounds Like Sydney, 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