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Virtuosi Series 2018

The Virtuosi Series features the best International and Australian musicians performing in an intimate recital setting. Subscribe and save 10% or more through a Gold or Silver Subscription. Individual concert tickets can be purchased below.

Lunch Hour Series

The Lunch Hour Series is held most weeks on Wednesday at Pilgrim Church, Flinders Street, Adelaide from noon. Each concert contains two 40 minute sessions featuring a variety of instruments and performers. View the Lunch Hour Series Program

2018 Virtuosi Series Program

Joseph Tawadros and James Tawadros

Joseph Tawadros oud with Matt McMahon piano,
James Tawadros req, and Dimitri Vouros clarinet

Sunday 20 May at 2.30pm
Elder Hall, North Tce, Adelaide

For this very special concert Joseph joins three of Australia’s finest virtuosos; his prodigiously talented brother James Tawadros on percussion (req), celebrated jazz pianist Matt McMahon and soulful clarinetist Dimitri Vouros in a concert for the ten year anniversary of their much loved and award-winning ANGEL suite. The ANGEL suite will be performed along with a number of new compositions.

Duration 120 minutes (including interval)

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Lisa Moore and Sonya Lifschitz

Lisa Moore and
Sonya Lifschitz piano duo

Sunday 17 June at 2.30pm
Elder Hall, North Tce, Adelaide

The virtuosi Ukrainian-Australian-American musical mavericks — pianists Sonya Lifschitz and Lisa Moore — join forces for their sensational duo as they re-imagine and present the iconic masterpiece — the J.S. Bach Goldberg Variations BMW 988. Exploring the contrapuntal ingenuity and the transcendent spiritual beauty of the original, this two-piano arrangement (by the revered Australian pianist Stephen Emmerson) delivers a beguiling and electrifying musical dialogue. In association with the Accompanist’ Guild of South Australia

Duration 120 minutes (including interval)

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Stephen Hough

Stephen Hough piano

Sunday 1 July at 2.30pm
Ukaria Cultural Centre, Mt Barker Summit

Stephen Hough is widely regarded as one of the most important and distinctive pianists of his generation. From highly acclaimed performances of central repertoire to an interest in contemporary and neglected nineteenth-century works. Hough will be playing Debussy’s exquisite Clair de lune and both books of the composer’s Images, including the preludes to Book II. Hough also offers Schumann’s pensive Fantasie and Beethoven’s grand “Appassionata.”

Duration 120 minutes (including interval)

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Andrew Haveron and Anna Goldsworthy

Andrew Haveron violin
and Anna Goldsworthy piano

Sunday 26 August at 2.30pm
Ukaria Cultural Centre, Mt Barker Summit

Andrew Haveron has established himself as one of the most sought after violinists of his generation. He is joined by Anna Goldsworthy is one of Australia’s most versatile artists.  Andrew and Anna will play Britten Suite, Op. 6, Elgar Violin Sonata, Op. 86, Ysaÿe  Poème élégiaque, Op.12 and Ravel Violin Sonata No. 1, M12.

Duration 120 minutes (including interval)

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Simon Cobcroft and Konstantin Shamray

Simon Cobcroft cello
and Konstantin Shamray piano

Sunday 9 September at 2.30pm
Ukaria Cultural Centre, Mt Barker Summit

Simon Cobcroft is a prolific and versatile performer of solo, orchestral and chamber music in Australia and further afield. Since 2014 he has been Principal Cello with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Konstantin Shamray is the first and only competitor to date in the 40 years of the Sydney International Piano Competition to win both First and People’s Choice Prizes. Simon and Konstantin’s performance will feature the Shostakovich Cello and Piano Sonata and Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata.

Duration 120 minutes (including interval)

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Grace Clifford and Meriel Owen

Grace Clifford violin
and Meriel Owen piano

Sunday 18 November at 2.30pm
Ukaria Cultural Centre, Mt Barker Summit

Grace Clifford is quickly gaining a reputation as one of Australia’s finest young violinists. Joining her is Meriel Owen who enjoys versatile musical life and is in demand as a pianist and harpist. Recital opportunities have taken her throughout the United States, Italy and Australia. Grace and Meriel will be playing: Brahms Sonatensatz, Schumann Violin Sonata No.2, Debussy Violin Sonata, Chausson Poème, Op. 25

Duration 120 minutes (including interval)

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Please note, program and artists subject to change. All durations mentioned are estimates.