Category Archives: Mozart

Pure Pleasure: The Enigma Quartet at The Rocks Pop-up, 4 June 2012 (@EnigmaQuartet)

The overwhelming feeling, at the end of last night’s concert by the Enigma Quartet, was one of pure pleasure. Some blog readers may recall that this correspondent has been critical, in the past, of some groups selected by Musica Viva … Continue reading

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Flinders Quartet in Sydney: A Tale of Three Villages

A fine city is a city of villages. And villages are communities who, at least in some villages, have performance spaces. Last week your correspondent had cause to visit three communities of very different styles and sizes, all in the … Continue reading

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Kathy Selby and Sydney Camerata – A Little Lunch Music: City Recital Hall, Tuesday 10 May

There is no doubt that “A Little Lunch Music”, the Kathy Selby curated lunchtime series at the City Recital Hall is one of the great successes of the Sydney classical music scene. It has what it takes in the twenty … Continue reading

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Chanterelle Quartet (Sydney Symphony Chamber Players) at St. James’ Church

Music @ St James’ under Head of Music Warren Trevelyan-Jones seems to be going from strength to strength. Added to the already respected choral tradition of the church and regular Wednesday lunchtime concerts, this year brings a new subscription series, … Continue reading

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