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The 4 SEASONS and MUCH MOREClassical music re-imagined!
Sunday APRIL 16            2:30pm
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The Invictus Quartet are super excited to be bringing their program of favourite classical music to you in this special concert.

As well as Vivaldi’s popular Four Seasons, you will hear the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires (Piazolla), Pachelbel’s Canon in D, Mozart’s Rondo Alla Turca, Bach’s Prelude from Cello Suite No 1 and even some Dvorak.  But be prepared to be surprised as they blend pieces with the contemporary music world of such as Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande, Billie Eillish and Frankie Vallie to create musical links and ‘mash ups’ that are witty, clever and fun for people of all ages to enjoy.

The program shows us how so much of ‘modern music’ has its roots firmly in the classical tradition.

(Frankie Vallie’s ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ is only one step from Bach’s Cello Suite, as you will hear for yourself as the players brilliantly blend one into the other!)

This is string quartet performance that is fresh, melodious, familiar yet ‘new’, brought to you by one of Melbourne’s most sought after quartets.

This promises to be an extraordinary musical banquet and is not to be missed.

BRAHMS @ 190

An All Brahms Celebration

Saturday 29 April             7:30pm

Tickets now available

This will be a feast of chamber music celebrating the extraordinary works of German composer, Johannes Brahms.Brian Chapman’s engagement with Brahms’ chamber music first peaked forty years ago when he conceived, directed and performed in the 1983 Brahms Chamber Music Festival, comprising nine concerts in Monash University’s Robert Blackwood Hall, celebrating Brahms’ actual 150th birthday.

Forty years later, he is now very pleased to be able to curate this 190th birthday tribute by joining forces with violinist Susan Pierotti and cellist Zoe Knighton to present the first of each of Brahms’ three Violin Sonatas, three Cello Sonatas and three Piano Trios.

The program will include the pastoral Regenlied (Rain song) Sonata in G major, the Sonata is E minor and the mighty Trio in B major.

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