The sounds of Schubert, Ross Edwards, Mozart and others meet the sounds of cows and cockatoos at this unique classical music event. These concerts bring talented young musicians to Gloucester to perform in the iconic Australian setting of an old wool shed on a scenic rural property.
Many of the players are award-winners and current members of elite orchestras across Australia and New Zealand. This unique music experience is uplifting and serene, under a rustic iron roof amongst the gums.
The Craven Creek Music Festival returns on the weekend of 16-17 September 2017 and features the famous Flinders Quartet, American harpist Emily Granger & cellist Heather Lindsay. Schubert’s magnificent ‘Death and the Maiden’ quartet will fill the country air.
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2017 Concert Program
Ross Edwards (1943- )
Arafura dances: Concerto for guitar and string quartet, arranged for harp and string quartet.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)
Duo for violin and viola in G major K 423, 1st Movement
Tanya Anisimova (1966 – )
Caravan for two cellos
Ravi Shankar (1920 – 2012)
Sonata for Harp and cello
Franz Schubert (1797 – 1828)
Death and the Maiden
String Quartet No. 14 in D minor
Additional pieces to be confirmed.
- WHEN: 16-17 September 2017
- WHERE: “Kingfisher” 274 Craven Creek Rd, Rookhurst via Gloucester
- CONTACT: Call Jenny on 0412 498 855 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- COST: Tickets $25 each (including refreshments at interval) from Gloucester Health Foods or pay online at www.cravencreekmusic.com