Goldner String Quartet musicians can also be heard as part of Australia Ensemble @UNSW.
Six varied programs : March, April, May, August, September & October. Details here >
Beethoven Op.59 No.2
Schubert - Quartettsatz in C minor, D.703
Hans Krasa - Theme and Variations
Szymanowski - Quartet No.1 in C major
Brahms - Quartet No.2 in A minor ,Op.51 No.2
Wed19Jul201711:00 amIndependent Theatre - North Sydney
Glazunov. Theme and Variations Op.72, for solo piano
Borodin Nocturne from Quartet No.2
Borodin Piano Quintet
Sat12Aug2017Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Sat12Aug20177:30 pmVerbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Performing the Jewish Archive
Program to include works by: Hans Krasa, Wilhelm Grosz, Walter Wurzburger, Samuel Alman, Mieczysław Weinberg
and Felix Mendelssohn.
Fri08Sep2017Sun10Sep2017Hunter Valley NSW
See program and guest artists here:
Sat11Nov20176:00 pmMelbourne Recital Centre
‘The country’s indisputably pre-eminent chamber music ensemble.’
Sydney Morning Herald
Carl Czerny described the sublime slow movement from Beethoven’s Quartet Op.59, No.2 as the composer’s contemplation of a starry sky and his thoughts on the music of the spheres. The Goldner String Quartet begins this concert with the famous Quartettsatz by Schubert a succinct and dramatic movement which alternates between high intensity and almost painful beauty. Between these masterworks, the group will perform the Victorian premiere of a new Quartet by Australian composer Matthew Hindson.
Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Goldner String Quartet
Sat18Nov2017Sun26Nov2017Huntington Estate, Mudgee NSW
Artistic Director Carl Vine says: "although we will have the usual smattering of unusual and modern works, the 2017 festival will feature a much larger proportion than usual of great classics and popular favourites. There will be surprises as well, but this will be the Year Of The Great Classic!