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Lunch Hour Series


Important Notice

To minimise the risk to our friends, patrons and the community more broadly, physical attendance at the concerts will not be possible, while COVID-19 (coronavirus) self-isolation guidelines from the Federal and SA Governments are in place.

The Recitals Australia council has instead endorsed an Internet live stream to take place. You can watch via our Home Page, Facebook or directly over Vimeo from 12.30pm.

2020 Spring Calendar

The first lunch Hour Series concert for Spring will be held Wednesday 5 August at 12.30pm.

August 05 at 12:30pm
AdYOStrings and WoodwindsHaydn, Mendelssohn, Taffanel
August 12 at 12:30pm
Connor WhyteGuitarBach, Murray, Barrios Mangoré
Alex ForbesPianoBeethoven, Mendelssohn Scriabin
August 19 at 12:30pm
Lewis Blanchard and Phuong DoClarinet, Piano Rossini, Do
Brighton High School StudentsVariousStamitz, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Copland, Mozart
August 26 at 12:30pm
Stephen Van Der HoekPiano SoloPachelbel
September 02 at 12:30pm
St Peters Girls School
September 09 at 12:30pm
Raindance TrioString TrioW.A. Mozart
September 16 at 12:30pm
Jennifer ChenPiano SoloTchaikovsky, John Cage
September 23 at 12:30pm
Kate Worley and Yundi YuanViola and PianoSchumann, William Walton, Rebecca Clarke
September 30 at 12:30pm
Philippa McAuliffe & friendsHarp TrioWhittall, Ravel, Poulenc
October 07 at 12:30pm
Kristopher ManPianoBach, Beethoven, Schubert, Rachmaninoff
Angel LiViolinVivaldi, Schumann
October 14 at 12:30pm
AdYOStrings and BrassTo Be Confirmed
October 21 at 12:30pm
Eugene WeiPianoTo Be Confirmed
October 28 at 12:30pm
James Huon GeorgePianoTo Be Confirmed
October 31
2.30pm Lunch Hour Awards - Spring Series

Want to be a part of our 2021 Calendar of Lunch Hour Series?  Please read through and complete the application form for our consideration.


The Lunch Hour Series is supported by

National Trust, South Australia
Musica Viva
James & Diana Ramsay Foundation
Department of the Premier and Cabinet (Arts South Australia)