SEPTEMBER 30th, 2018
BAROSSA, BAROQUE & BEYOND.
Barossa Baroque & Beyond is celebrating its 4th micro-fest of fine music, fun, food and wine on the 2018 Labour Day long-weekend.
This year’s eclectic line-up of musical talent by Artistic Director Sharon Grigoryan continues the tradition of past festivals by presenting some of Australia’s finest artists at intimate and relaxed venues in the pastoral idyll that is Tanunda. To wit:
Joe Chindamo (piano) & Zoe Black (violin) | Adam Page (multi-instrumentalist) | Josh Van Konkelenberg (organ and chamber organ) | Unholy Racket (Jackie Newcomb, Simon Rickard and Brock Imison) | Grigoryan Brothers | Dean Newcomb (clarinet) & Julian Ferrerato (violin)
For the full program and tickets click HERE
OCTOBER 6TH, 2018
THE LAND OF THE LONG WHITE CLOUD - ADAM PAGE WITH THE ADELAIDE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Adam Page - Composer, saxophones & flute
Hamish McKeich - Conductor
New Zealand or Aotearoa, literally meaning ‘The Land of the Long White Cloud’, has captivated Adam Page since his first visit in 2002. He recently returned from living in Wellington for three years and has continued to be inspired by the geographical beauty and artistic vibrancy of the country. Gigs at Grainger 2features original works created and performed by Page with the ASO in honour of the wonderful country and some of the beautiful humans that live there.
This concert will also feature the South Australian Premiere of Omnifenix - a concerto for saxophone and jazz drums written by NZ composer John Psathas for the late saxophonist Michael Brecker. To round out the Trans-Tasman experience, the ASO will be led by New Zealand conductor, Hamish McKeich.
For tickets and all other info click HERE