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Australian Haydn Ensemble - Season Tickets

ANU School of Music

Thursday, 13 March 2014 at 7:00 pm - Tuesday, 4 November 2014 at 9:30 pm (AEDT)

Australian Haydn Ensemble - Season Tickets

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Adult ANY 3 Concerts   more info Ended $102.00 $6.14
Concession ANY 3 Concerts   more info Ended $76.50 $4.87
Student ANY 3 Concerts   more info Ended $51.00 $3.62

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The Australian Haydn Ensemble is an exciting newly-formed chamber group consisting of musicians dedicated to historically informed performance on period instruments.  Their collaboration results in a powerful strength of tone and delicacy of execution, breathing vitality into works of the Classical and early Romantic Period.  These talented artists aim to present creative programs, reigniting the personalities and life philosophies of early composers on the 21st century. 

A most generous donation to the School’s Endowment for Performance Excellence by Canberra CBD Limited, has enabled the Australian Haydn Ensemble to be an ‘Ensemble-in-Residence’ in the School for 2014.  As a result, the Australian Haydn Ensemble will be able to perform in Canberra on at least four separate occasions, giving not only concerts but also master classes and other outreach activities for the benefit of the City Centre area and the wider Canberra community.

The Australian Haydn Ensemble season ticket grants you access to all four concerts of the residency:

Haydn’s Surprise

March 13 7pm | Larry Sitsky Recital Room

Joined by special guest harpsichordist Stewart Smith, the program features chamber works from late 18th Century London including Salomon’s version of Haydn’s Surprise Symphony for flute and string quartet and Abel flute concerto performed by principal flautist of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and ensemble member Melissa Farrow.

Mozart’s Musical Joke

July 17 7pm | Drill Hall Gallery                  

Fabulous natural horn playing features in this program with special guest artists, Darryl Poulsen and Carla Blackwood.  They will dazzle in Mozart’s humorous work ‘The Musical Joke’ and Beethoven’s Sextet for 2 horns and strings.  The program also premieres Haydn’s Op. 71 Quartet No 2 arranged for nonet by his great friend, Wranitzky.

Beethoven’s Piano Concerto

September 25 7pm | Drill Hall Gallery          

Special Guest and internationally acclaimed Canadian violinist Marc Destrubé joins the ensemble for a program featuring Neal Peres Da Costa with a chamber version of Beethoven’s 2nd Piano Concerto and Mozart’s Symphony No 39.

CPE Bach’s 300th Anniversary

December 20 6pm | Larry Sitsky Recital Room

Directed by Erin Heylard, and lead by Catherine MackIntosh (UK), experience a feast of CPE Bach to celebrate his 300th anniversary.  ACO cellist Daniel Yeadon performs Bach’s famous cello concerto in A minor. Hear as well, the amazing double concerto for harpischord and fortepiano with soloists Erin Helyard and Neal Peres da Costa.

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When & Where

ANU School of Music
William Herbert Pl
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2601

Thursday, 13 March 2014 at 7:00 pm - Tuesday, 4 November 2014 at 9:30 pm (AEDT)

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ANU School of Music

The ANU School of Music is an elite and progressive tertiary music school with a proud and rich history. It was the first purpose-built music school facility in Australia and for more than 45 years the school has played a central role in the cultural life of Canberra.

As a School of the Australian National University, the ANU School of Music seeks to be the national leader in research-led teaching in music performance, musicianship, and musicology. Its curriculum strives to be ethically informed, independent-minded, intellectually rigorous, outward-looking, responsible, accountable, and receptive to new ideas. Through its teaching, research, and outreach the School aims to meet the needs of the local and national community as well as established and emerging creative industries, and promote and sustain a musically aware and critically informed citizenry.

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