Goble + Hagen: Hellendaal, Schenk & De Fesch


Castlemaine cellist Sam Goble and Broadford harpsichodist Peter Hagen present a programme of brilliant Dutch baroque music that is reflective of the great flowering of arts and sciences (not forgetting tulips!) in 17th and early 18th-century Holland.

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Choi and Tao: Martinů, Debussy & Li-San


This double bill recital begins with Martinů's Cello Sonata No. 3 performed by Ye Jin Choi and Kevin Suherman, followed by works by Debussy and Li-San performed by Yilan Tao.

Ye Jin Choi, cello
Kevin Suherman, piano
Yilan Tao, piano

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Isserlis + Owen: Beethoven, Martinů, Suk & Brahms

Since his last show-stopping performance at Melbourne Recital Centre eight years ago, Steven Isserlis has continued his world domination as one of the most in-demand cellists globally, with audiences and reviewers alike praising the beauty and emotion he emits from either one of his two Stradivarius celli.

In this program of cello and piano masterworks, Isserlis, ‘the lyrical, expressive soloist’ (The Guardian U.K.) partners with Charles Owen for an intensely passionate display of artistry in what is the only opportunity to see the British cellist in recital during this Australian visit.

Streamed live on ADCH for $24

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Vains + friends: Bach, Gubaidulina & Martin


Mattutino is Tempo Rubato's monthly Sunday morning concert series.
One hour of music at 11am.
Stay for a complementary sherry and some nibbles after the concert.

J S BACH – Come Sweet Death arr. cello quintet
J S BACH – Arias and Chorales
Sophia GUBAIDULINA – 10 Preludes (selection)
Caerwen MARTIN – Ione in the Skye
J S BACH – Solo Suite in D minor BWV 100

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