The 2019 Brunswick Beethoven Festival – PROGRAM

CONCERT ONE:          7.30pm, Tuesday 5 February
Massimo Scattolin – classical guitar and Sally-Anne Russell – mezzo soprano
Opera Contralto Arias by Rossini and others

CONCERT TWO:         7.30pm, Wednesday 6 February
Jane Downer – baroque oboe and David Macfarlane – harpsichord
Bach sonatas for oboe and harpsichord

CONCERT THREE:     7.30pm, Thursday 7 February
Massimo Scattolin – classical guitar and Stefania Bellamio – soprano
Canto Latino – music from the Spanish speaking world

CONCERT FOUR:       7.30pm, Friday 8 February
*NOTE: Venue – St Carthage’s Church, 123 Royal Pde, Parkville
Anthony Halliday – organ and Tomomi Kondo – violin
Works by Bach, Handel, Beethoven, Vierne and Elgar

CONCERT FIVE:         7.30pm, Saturday 9 February
Dan Curro – violoncello and Jamie Hey – violoncello
Works by Kummer, Lee & Neubauer


CONCERT SIX:            7.30pm, Monday 18 February
Seraphim Trio
Helen Ayres – violin, Anna Goldsworthy – piano and Timothy Nankervis – cello
Trios by Mozart and Brahms

CONCERT SEVEN:      7.30pm, Tuesday 19 February
Stefan Cassomenos – piano and Dan Curro – cello
Music by Beethoven and Brahms, and a world premiere by Australian Composer, Thomas Green

CONCERT EIGHT:       7.30pm, Wednesday 20 February
Michael Kieran Harvey – piano
Life in Brunswick – composers linked with Brunswick

CONCERT NINE:         7.30pm, Thursday 21 February
Monica Curro – violin, Philip Arkinstall – clarinet
and Stefan Cassomenos – piano
Music by Beethoven, Debussy, Khachaturian and Chatman, alongside works by featured Australian composers Clare Strong, Maria Grenfell and Brenton Broadstock.

CONCERT TEN:           7.30pm, Friday 22 February
Luke Severn – violoncello and Elyane Laussade – piano
Works by Beethoven, Faure, Severn, Debussy and Schumann

CONCERT ELEVEN:   7.30pm, Saturday 23 February
Firebird Trio
Josephine Vains – violoncello, Benjamin Martin – piano
and Curt Thompson – violin
Beethoven Archduke Trio Op. 97