Virtuosi Tasmania offers a 20-concert season throughout regional Tasmania. Enjoy exceptional music in relaxed and intimate settings including historic homes, vineyards, luxury resorts, art galleries, churches and heritage buildings.
To find out more about upcoming Virtuosi Tasmania events, visit virtuositas.org.au.
Named after the gorgeous Huon region of southern Tasmania, this group has become a permanent fixture of the state’s musical culture, hard at work presenting programs across the island and honing their own sense of sound and approach.
TSO first violinist Elinor Lea is joined by Rohana O’Malley (Violin), Doug Coghill (Viola) and Jane Tallon (Cello).
Kettering Piano Quartet
The Kettering Piano Quartet specialises in repertoire from the classical and romantic eras. The piano quartet oeuvre offers not only many works from major composers but also the opportunity to explore less familiar compositions.
Outstanding Australian pianist Jennifer Marten-Smith is joined by Emma McGrath, violin; William Newbery, viola and Brett Rutherford, cello from the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra to present dynamic performances of repertoire from off the beaten track.
To find out more about upcoming events, follow the Kettering Piano Quartet on Facebook.
Combining a double bass and viola reveals a whole new smorgasbord of sounds. Quirky, orignal, virtuosic, riotous….possibly. But above all Elanée is about fine music-making. From the intimacy and fun of the core duo through to the majesty of the string sextet, from early Baroque through to contemporary: Elanée presents a menu of original, arranged and commissioned works to delight every palate.
To find out more about upcoming events, visit elaneeensemble.com.
Sequenza is an early music group from Tasmania. The ensemble includes Helen Thomson (Soprano), David Malone (Lute), Brett Rutherford (Viola da Gamba) and Matt Goddard (Percussion).
To find out more about upcoming Sequenza events, visit their Facebook page.
Exhilarating, moving and optimistic music from the 1960s to the present, performed by outstanding Tasmanian instrumentalists.
The group has been established to present exciting, engaging and moving music of quality to an expanding audience in ways that are inviting, enjoyable and relevant. Opus House’s mission is to present highlights from the emerging canon of new music while supporting Tasmania’s best instrumentalists through engagement and appropriate remuneration.
To find out more about upcoming events, follow Opus House on Facebook.