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Sun 16 April   2:30pm

Invictus Quartet is a group of four young women who are passionate about connecting with people through music of all genres. Their goal is to blur the lines between different styles and redefine what classical instruments can do (did someone say rap on violin?). When Invictus are not on stage, you can find them brainstorming their next classical/pop mashup!

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BRAHMS @ 190

A 190th Celebration

Sat 29 April   7:30pm

Violinist Susan Pierotti and cellist Zoe Knighton join pianist Brian Chapman to present an all-Brahms feast of chamber music to mark the 190th anniversary of the composer’s birth. The program will include the pastoral Regenlied (Rain Song) Sonata in G major, his Sonata in E minor and the mighty Trio in B major, comprising four symphonically conceived movements culminating in a brilliant conclusion.



Fri 26 May   7:00pm

Music by two of the most-loved composers —Tchaikovsky and Mozart — revealed by the power of transformation. Musicians of MCO are joined by one of Australia’s most extraordinary pianists, Aura Go, for this program which includes an arrangement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No 17 in G major for piano with string quintet.

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This is Us

Sun 18 June   2:30pm

Two of Australia’s most beloved classical musicians, have created a suite of music inspired by objects from the National Museum of Australia’s vast collection. This Is Us takes us on an unforgettable musical journey through Australia’s history and heritage. Incorporating influences from classical to jazz and contemporary music styles.


Animal in Hiding

Sat 15 July   7:30pm

Animal in Hiding is the first release from a collaboration between one of Australia’s most established and critically acclaimed singer/songwriters, Lior, together with exciting emerging artist Domini Forster. They have a creative partnership developed over six years touring together.

Their close vocal harmonies are the focal point of the songs harking back to the iconic folk duos of the 60s.



In Chambers

Sun 16 July   2:00pm

An afternoon of symphonic music performed by Gippsland’s own Symphony Orchestra players, ‘in chamber style’.

Musical director and conductor, David Williams AM leads the orchestra.


La Prima Opera

Sun 20 Aug    3:00pm

OPERA GALA comes out of La Prima Opera’s decades presenting high-end popular opera shows in non-traditional spaces. It follows sold out performances like Opera in the Laneway and Opera in the Spiegel tent. Accompanied by a string quartet, Australian Opera stars Alison Jones, Caroline Vercoe and Bradley Daley will give you goosebumps as they perform the all-time ‘greatest hits’ of opera.

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The Johnston Brothers

Sun 27 August   2:30pm

Inspired by the worlds of classical and jazz music, Australian guitar brothers Ziggy and Miles are breaking new ground overseas at The Juilliard School in New York City. This is Ziggy and Miles’ debut performance in Warragul and they will offer a diverse program of music from Australia and Latin America, alongside arrangements of beloved popular works by Debussy and The Beatles.


Sat 16 Sept    7:30pm

Maude Davey and Ruth Katerelos join forces with their concert pianist  to take a spin around songs made sensational over the decades by Nina Simone, Judy Garland, Edith Piaf, Billie Holiday, Madeleine Peyroux, Dusty Springfield, Peggy Lee and more. Goddesses of Jazz are the women who made our spirits soar when they sang.  

This project is supported by

Regional Arts Victoria

and Creative Victoria                                                              

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Sun 19 Nov    2:30pm

Melbourne’s critically-acclaimed period instrument ensemble, Genesis Baroque presents two pinnacles of the Classical chamber music cannon for wind and strings.  Mozart's graceful quintet for horn and strings is unusually scored for one violin, two violas, cello, and horn, producing a work of rich alto voicing. The program also features Beethoven's momentous six-movement septet for violin, viola, cello, double bass, clarinet, horn, and bassoon.

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