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ASQ in Concert: Dungog

Ticket Information

  • General Admission - Adult: $60.00 each
  • General Admission - Concession: $40.00 each
  • Additional fees may apply


  • Sun 13 Jun 2021, 4:00pm–6:00pm


All Ages

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Courage, boldness and revitalisation underpin this Australian String Quartet program which features a piece of local history captured in music.

Australian composer Graeme Koehne’s True History of the Kelly Gang recounts a story attributed to one of the country’s most iconic figures.

Mendelssohn wrote the Opus 12 string quartet before his twentieth birthday. His young, opera-addicted mind dials up the drama and beauty of this piece, while the popular Canzonetta movement exemplifies the cheeky Puck-like passagework associated with his Octet, and music from A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

As an early ethnomusicologist, Bartók dedicated his life to cataloguing folk music from across central Europe. This research heavily influenced his writing which, mixed with an unmistakable Beethoven zeal, lead to a revitalisation of string quartet writing. Bartók’s third string quartet exemplifies this in one continuous movement, brimming with inventive string techniques that create a diversity of colours and emotions.

Moravian violinist and composer Pavel Fischer was inspired by the courage of Scottish piper Bill Millin who on D-Day, marched on Normandy beach, rallying the troops with his bagpipes. This incredible quartet seamlessly blends traditions of folk music and western art, creating an explosive and exhilarating end to this program.

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