Ironwood celebrates 10 years in 2016!

 

In 2016 Ironwood Chamber Ensemble celebrates 10 years committed to exploring historically informed performance of repertoire from baroque, classical and romantic eras on period instruments. Join us for four inspiring concerts! We are thrilled to present this series and celebrate musical friendships and 10 years of music making, exploring and sharing the music we love. Hope to see you there!

Upcoming Concerts

Sunday 20 November 3pm

Elgar's piano quintet

 

Elgar's Piano Quintet in A minor, Op 84

 

Robin Wilson (violin), Rachael Beesley (violin), Simon Oswell (viola), Daniel Yeadon (cello), Neal Peres Da Costa (piano)

 

Single Ticket prices

Adult $40, Concessions (including pensioners) $25, Students/children $10

 

Concerts at Recital Hall East, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Conservatorium Rd, Sydney NSW 2000

 

2016 Concert Season

Friday May 27 6:30pm

 

Ironwood 2016 Sydney concert series

at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music

 

Schubert's Trout

 

Schubert String trio D.471

Schubert Piano Quintet in A major, D. 667 (the Trout)

 

Anna McMichael (violin) , Sascha Bota (viola), Daniel Yeadon (cello), Neal Peres Da Costa (piano), Rob Nairn (double bass)

Monday 5 September 6.30pm

 

Ironwood 2016 Sydney concert series

at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music

 

Mozart's Fantasy

 

Mozart Fantasie K.397 for keyboard

1st movt Beethoven G major String trio Op. 9 no 1

Mozart Piano Quartet in G minor, K478

 

Anna McMichael (violin), Nicole Forsyth (viola), Daniel Yeadon (cello), Neal Peres Da Costa (piano)

Tuesday 11 October 6.30pm

Prussian Inspiration: string quartets for King Wilhelm

 

King Friedrich Wilhelm II, an enthusiastic amateur cellist was the inspiration for these three works by the masters of the Classical string quartet, Haydn, Boccherini and Mozart. All composed in the late 18th century, these quartets offer a dazzlingly display of virtuosity and charming solos, notably for the cello part. In 2016, Ironwood celebrates 10 years committed to exploring historically informed performance of repertoire from baroque, classical and romantic eras on period instruments. We are thrilled to present this special concert in Melbourne to celebrate musical friendships and 10 years of music making, exploring and sharing the music we love.

 

Boccherini opus 32

Haydn opus 50

Mozart Prussian quartet

 

Rachael Beesley (violin), Peter Clark (violin), Katie Yap (viola), Daniel Yeadon (cello)

Wednesday 12 October 6.30pm

Prussian Inspiration: string quartets for King Wilhelm

 

King Friedrich Wilhelm II, an enthusiastic amateur cellist was the inspiration for these three works by the masters of the Classical string quartet, Haydn, Boccherini and Mozart. All composed in the late 18th century, these quartets offer a dazzlingly display of virtuosity and charming solos, notably for the cello part. In 2016, Ironwood celebrates 10 years committed to exploring historically informed performance of repertoire from baroque, classical and romantic eras on period instruments. We are thrilled to present this special concert in Melbourne to celebrate musical friendships and 10 years of music making, exploring and sharing the music we love.

 

Boccherini opus 32

Haydn opus 50

Mozart Prussian quartet

 

Rachael Beesley (violin), Peter Clark (violin), Katie Yap (viola), Daniel Yeadon (cello)

 

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