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Musical Portraits By Austral Harmony

When:

Sun 17 Sep 2017, 4:00pm–5:00pm

Where: St Mary's Church, 455 Main St., Kangaroo Point, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Full: $25.00
  • Concession: $15.00
  • Children: $0.00 ($0.00)
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: margaret28

Featuring music of exceptional originality by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, François Couperin and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, personalities and sentiments are evocatively depicted by the programme’s character pieces and a Portrait of Love for the beautifully mellow tones of baroque oboe d’amore mixed with viola da gamba.

Austral Harmony on historical instruments: Jane Downer (baroque oboe & oboe d’amore), Margaret Caley (baroque violin), Michael O’Loghlin (viola da gamba) and Catherine Stirling (harpsichord). Inspiration for the ensemble's name comes from an early collection of Australian Poetry. Austral Harmony has received glowing admiration for scholarly research, cohesively presented programmes and supreme musicianship. Drawing on our collective international study and touring experiences, we explore the expressive sonorities of some unique instruments of the 18th century.

Fostering a particular interest in the works of Johann Sebastian Bach, and with a desire to involve and enrich regional communities, Austral Harmony has performed at Melba Hall, the New England Bach Festival, St James’ Church Sydney, for the Australasian Double Reed Society National Conferences, Byron Music Society, Early Music Society Queensland and Australian Bach Society. Austral Harmony hosts an annual ‘Remember Bach’ Festival raising money for an early music fund, and regularly presents educational workshops and lecture/demonstrations.

Their CD ‘Harmonische Freude’ released by Chandos Records was described as "beautifully, joyously performed" by Gramophone magazine.

Enquiries: janeysbach@gmail.com