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St Lawrence String Quartet & Diana Doherty

When:

Thu 19 Apr 2012, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Adelaide Town Hall, 128 King William Street, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • A Reserve: $73.00 ea
  • A Reserve - Concession: $64.00 ea
  • B Reserve: $51.00 ea
  • B Reserve - Concession: $44.00 ea
  • C Reserve: $34.00 ea
  • C Reserve - Concession: $30.00 ea
  • Under 30 Years Old: $30.00 ea
  • Student Rush (1 hour before concert): $15.00 ea
  • Additional fees may apply

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Inside every musician is the heart of a dancer.

As one of the best oboists in the world, Diana Doherty does more than merely play her instrument; she makes it dance. With the dynamic St Lawrence String Quartet as her partner, Doherty almost turns the concert hall stage into a dance floor as she moves seamlessly through works as disparate as Hindson and Mozart. Not to be outdone, the St Lawrence String Quartet is energetic and exciting to watch in its own right, with brilliant displays of Haydn, Beethoven and Dvorak. These five outstanding musicians will give you the sneaking suspicion that inside every musician is the heart of a dancer.

"Brilliant… the perfomance showed not only virtuosity, intelligence and imagination but also extraordinary passion… A rare gift for combining interpretive spontaneity and feirce musical commitment" - The New York Times