Acacia Quartet's first appearance at the Noosa Music Society will feature Haydn’s joyful String Quartet Op. 77/1, Schubert’s haunting ‘Rosamunde’ Quartet and the very exciting String Quartet From Anna Magdalena’s Notebook by Australia's favourite composer Elena Kats-Chernin.
SUNDAY 23 JULY 2017 - 4:30PM
Good Shepherd Lutheran College - Noosaville 4566 QLD, Australia
Acacia Quartet's first appearance at the Mitchell Conservatorium will feature Haydn’s joyful String Quartet Op. 77/1, Schubert’s haunting ‘Rosamunde’ Quartet and the very exciting String Quartet From Anna Magdalena’s Notebook by Australia's favourite composer Elena Kats-Chernin.
FRIDAY 11 AUGUST 2017 - 7PM
Bathurst 2795 NSW, Australia
SATURDAY 12 AUGUST 2017 - 3PM
Forbes 2871 NSW, Australia
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'Forgotten – but only until now. With their customary curiosity and vision, Acacia Quartet have prised open the pages of history and breathed fresh life into the music of Raphael. Of equal importance, the ensemble has the requisite individual and collective technical skills to play this music and Forbidden but not Forgotten represented a renaissance in the work of Günter Raphael as well as the Australian premiere of his music.' - Sounds Like Sydney, 2017 - read more here
'The stars of the four concerts I attended, and probably of the entire festival, were the four members of the Acacia String Quartet...' - Limelight Magazine, 2017 - read more here
'There are string quartets that engage audiences by their sheer will and force of playing. This is not the Acacia Quartet. They approach the music with humility and theirs is an invitation to the listener to engage. This is a great quality in a quartet. Long may it reign.' - ClassikON, 2016 - read more here