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Following four highly successful Tasmanian Chamber Music Festivals in the north of the state, we look forward to bringing the Festival to Hobart and New Norfolk in 2023.
The Tasmanian Chamber Music Festival, although about chamber music of an international quality, was always about seeing and hearing music in beautiful buildings and meeting and making new friends over the best Tasmanian food and wine.
In 2023 we are indebted to the Governor, Her Excellency and Professor Chalmers for allowing us to open the Festival at Government House.
Beginning Friday 20 October, the brilliant, young, Orava Quartet will perform works by Mendelssohn and Schubert in the Ballroom of Government House followed by supper.
One of the most perfect chamber music venues in Australia is the Hobart Town Hall. On Saturday 21 October, we welcome back the Orava String Quartet with pianist, Stefan Cassomenos performing Schumann’s Piano Quintet and then in the afternoon, Stefan will partner tenor Steve Davislim in a program of German Lieder including Dichterliebe by Schumann.
On Saturday night in a candle-lit St. David’s Cathedral, the Song Company will celebrate the 400th anniversary of the death of William Byrd, considered to be one of the finest and most significant composers of the Renaissance.
On Sunday 22 October we journey through the picturesque Derwent Valley to New Norfolk, and the atmospheric coach house at Valleyfield to be delighted by recorder player, Genevieve Lacey and classical accordionist extraordinaire, James Crabb.
Following the concert will be a very special lunch at the Agrarian Kitchen with interludes by our two star performers.
Festival packages (which are now sold out) include five concerts, opening night supper at Government House, coach transport to New Norfolk, lunch at the Agrarian Kitchen and return travel. Single Tickets are available for three of the five concerts browse these concerts and book now.
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