The final concert in our Melbourne Recital Centre series for 2014 is a rare opportunity to hear a programme devoted to the brilliant but sometimes overlooked composer Georg Telemann. We welcome special guest artist Lucinda Moon (violin) for this programme.
We’re all set to cross the Tasman for two exciting events in the Hobart Baroque festival.
- 8pm Tuesday April 1 – Class of 1685
Hobart Town Hall
Find out what made this such a good year in a programme celebrating the works of J. S. Bach, Handel and Scarlatti plus some of the contemporary music that made them tick.
- 6.30pm Saturday April 5 – Ottoman Feast
Nolan Gallery & The Void at MONA
We’re excited to be at MONA for this lavish Ottoman banquet, where we will be providing exotic music from the Ottoman Empire with guest artists Matt Stonehouse (percussion), Yuval Ashkar (oud) and Salih Resitoglou (kanun)
This weekend we will be presenting a programme of music from both sides of the English Channel in the historic Kew Courthouse. Music by Marais, Rebel, Simpson and Dowland plus Renaissance folk ditties from both England and France.
2pm Sunday March 16
Kew Courthouse, 188 High St, Kew
more info and booking HERE
Our next concert sees us return to the beautiful gardens of Cloudehill, Olinda with our favourite great bass rackett player, Simon Rickard. We’ll play some tunes from our newest CD Empires as well as some fabulously fun Italian sonatas.
The concert will begin at dusk at Cloudehill, 89 Olinda Rd, Olinda on
Saturday February 22
Call 9751 1009 for bookings
Coming up next for Latitude 37 is the first of our Melbourne Recital Centre Subscription concerts in which we explore music from the Empire of the West. We’ll present several beautiful 17th century German trio sonatas by Buxtehude and Becker – some of our best loved core repertoire – and blend these with music from Spain by Ortiz, Ribayaz and Cabanilles. We’re so looking forward to it!
Now’s the perfect time to get yourself a bargain by snapping up a subscription for all three concerts HERE
We have combed through the ashes of the Thirty Years’ War to find some of the most beautiful instrumental music written in the Holy Roman Empire for our final Melbourne Recital Centre performance this year. It’s going to be gorgeous, don’t miss it! Bookings
German Church, 22 Parliament Place, East Melbourne
Tickets $35/$25, Book Tickets
Coming up on August 8, 7pm is the second of our Melbourne Recital Centre concerts for the year, and we are voyaging to mid-17th-century Europe, where the Barbarini family were bad, dangerous to know, and one of the most powerful families on the continent. From its ranks came patricians, a pope and a penchant for musical patronage that was on show both at home in Rome and in Parisian exile. Including works by Kapsberger, Galilei, Landi and Lambert, drawn from a world of luxury, excess and corruption, Exile is a seductive demonstration of the sort of music that can be bought when money is no object.