Musica Viva Festival – chamber music from many perspectives

checklistThe 2013 Musica Viva Festival features a stunning array of international and local artists performing repertoire from Bach to Takemitsu and much in between. But the Musica Viva Festival is also an unparalleled opportunity to explore the world of chamber music from many different perspectives.

Don’t miss a range of events to deepen your Festival experience, from AYO Chamber Players masterclasses and concerts to a Q&A with instrument specialists, from your chance to try a cello to the Treasures of Cremona violin exhibition, from interviews with Festival artists to tours of the remarkable Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

If all the events leave you in need of a break, pop into the Bang & Olufsen Salon featuring a range of historical and documentary footage. Hungry? A coffee cart and the Agape organic food truck will be onsite throughout the Festival.

And if for some reason you can’t make it to the Festival yourself (why ever not?) you can hear it live on ABC Classic FM, or on the dedicated digital radio station ‘Musica Viva Festival on ABC Extra’.


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