Musica Viva Festival 2013 – Day 4

Can you believe it’s the last day of the Musica Viva Festival already? Why not start your day by trying something new? Emma Ayres hosts Try A Cello – have you always wanted to just ‘have a go’ on this lovely instrument? Well here’s your chance: Musica Viva believes it’s never too late to learn! Once you’ve had your turn, head next door to the Meet the Makers Q&A where you can get advice from a panel of instrument experts on all manner of instrument related matters.

Our morning concert features Francesco Celata, Tamara Anna Cislowska, Alice Giles, Benjamin Beilman, Geoffrey Collins, Jess Ciampa, Sharon Bezaly, Sophie Rowell, Kirsty Hilton, Sall Boud, Howard Penny, Pieter Wispelwey and Lambert Orkis in works by Debussy, Hindemith, Bach, Takemitsu, Foote, Ginastera and Schubert.

In the afternoon the AYO Chamber Players perform works by Mozart, Elgar, Carter and Nielsen. Carl Vine is In Conversation with members of the Goldner and Pacifica Quartets.

Hector McDonald

Hector McDonald

The afternoon concert features Benjamin Beilman, Lambert Orkis, Hector McDonald, Sophie Rowell, Sally Boud, Howard Penny, Francesco Celata, Ian Munro, and the Goldner and Pacifica Quartets in works by Franck, Dohnanyi and Mendelssohn.

Wrap up your Festival experience by mingling and chatting in the Conservatorium atrium with the artists, the AYO Chamber Players, ABC personnel and fellow audience members following this final performance. Any paid Festival or VIP Guest ticket entitles you access and a free beverage at this event.

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