Back by popular demand, the Coramba Chamber Music Festival runs from 12 – 14 May and is packed with exciting players and another bucket list program. Go to the official website for details and ticketing www.corambachambermusicfestival.com.
The festival is an initiative of the Coffs Harbour Regional Conservatorium and is funded by the Department of Education special projects funding.
Coffs Harbour Regional Conservatorium is delighted to present a very special professional concert series in our newly renovated Performance Hall. The series celebrates the acquisition of a beautiful new grand piano by Mason & Hamlin, makers of the world’s finest pianos. Five of Australia’s finest pianists and strong advocates of Mason & Hamlin pianos will feature alongside a selection of dynamic and captivating chamber musicians from Melbourne and Brisbane, in exquisite programs designed to delight all fine music lovers.
Featured works in the series include all three of Brahms’ stunning and emotive Piano Quartets, sonatas by Cesar Franck, Rachmaninoff and Shostakovich, and much more.
June 18th concert program includes the glorious Schumann Piano Quartet, Shostakovich viola sonata, Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, Prokofiev Overture on Hebrew Themes. Featuring Tim Young, piano.
Featured musicians include pianists Daniel de Borah, Timothy Young, Benjamin Kopp, Stephen Emmerson and Stewart Kelly. Joining them are violinists Emma Jardine (Streeton Trio), Zoe Freisburg (winner, Kendal National Violin Competition), Shane Chen (1st violinist, Flinders Quartet), violist Patrick Brearley (ANAM graduate and strings teacher, Coffs Conservatorium), cellist Trish O’Brien (Artistic Director Coffs Con) and clarinetist Paul Dean (Head of Winds, Queensland Conservatorium).
Sunday 19 February, 3pm
Sunday 2 April, 3pm
Sunday 18 June, 3pm
Sunday 20 August, 3pm
Sunday 29 October, 3pm
PURCHASE A SERIES PASS for $150 (adult) $60 (under 18), or individual concerts at $35/15 each.