The TSO supports our musicians performing in a variety of ensembles and settings throughout the state. Upcoming performances are listed below.

Kettering Piano Quartet present Schumann and Beethoven

Kettering Piano Quartet present Schumann and Beethoven

1842 was Robert Schumann’s great chamber music year. He completed three string quartets, his immortal piano quintet and directly after the quintet his inspired piano quartet. Artistically every bit the equal of the quintet but with a more noticeable structural influence from Beethoven, KPQ has paired Schumann’s piano quartet with Beethoven’s Piano Quartet Op 16. A work so good Beethoven published it twice. Join the Kettering Piano Quartet for an afternoon of music par excellence.

Sunday 23 September, 2pm
Farrall Centre
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Virtuosi Tasmania presents Much Ado about Contrasts

Virtuosi Tasmania presents Much Ado about Contrasts

Virtuosi Tasmania’s next concert ” Much Ado About Contrasts”  will feature the clarinet, violin and piano with musicians Andrew Seymour, Meriel Owen and Jennifer Owen.

Saturday 6 Oct, 11 am
Home Hill Winery, Ranelagh
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Saturday 6 Oct, 3 pm
Riversdale Estate, Cambridge
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Sunday 7 Oct, 2 pm
LifeWay Baptist Church, Devonport
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If staying to enjoy the hospitality of the venue, please make a booking
Riversdale Estate 6248 5555
Home Hill Winery Restaurant 6264 1200
Tickets $30/$25
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Centenary Of Armistice Day

Centenary Of Armistice Day

Choral Productions Tasmania Inc. – the Lincoln Singers, Southern Voices and Men in Black – together with the Australian Army Band (Tasmania Division) present this ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ event. Guest performers will include Nicole Simms Farrow and Scott Farrow from our music theatre scene (currently starring in ‘Sweeney Todd’ at the Playhouse Theatre), Tasmanian composer Garry Paige with his ‘In a Field in France’ (the story of his great-great uncle who died in WW1), and MC John X!

The concert will feature songs of love, loss, leaving and homecoming, including Eric Bogle’s ‘And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda’, the evergreen ‘Keep the Home Fires Burning’ and the beautiful New Zealand song ‘Now Is the Hour’ (in English and Maori), sung on the wharves in New Zealand to farewell the soldiers in 1915.

Tickets available now: $45, $39 conc. and $20 students (6-16 yrs)

Groups of 10+ 10% off.

Sunday 11 November, 2:30PM
Federation Concert Hall

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Virtuosi Tasmania presents Matthew Ives Trio

Virtuosi Tasmania presents Matthew Ives Trio

Virtuosi Tasmanian presents  the Matt Ives Trio with Ian Cocking, bass, Tom Misson, piano and Abby Fraser, flute.

Performances:

Friday 16 November, 11am
Riversdale Estate, Cambridge
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Saturday 17 November, 11am
Home Hill Winery, Ranelagh
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Saturday 17 November, 5pm
Christ Church, Longford
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Sunday 18 Nov, 2pm
LifeWay Baptist Church, Devonport
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Virtuosi Tasmania presents Violin and Piano

Virtuosi Tasmania presents Violin and Piano

Virtuosi Tasmania presents Violin and Piano featuring Yue-Hong Cha and Karen Smithies.

Performances:

Saturday 8 December, 11am
Home Hill Winery, Ranelagh
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Sunday 9 December, 2pm
LifeWay Baptist Church, Devonport
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Monday 10 December, 11am
Riversdale Estate, Cambridge
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