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Thomas Tallis' England
Feb
24
7:00 PM19:00

Thomas Tallis' England

Fly with the Brandenburg and soar gently above the rolling, patchwork fields of England with Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. The monumental legacy of Tallis weaves a common thread through this program of English masterworks by his contemporaries Purcell, Byrd and Gibbons.

Be lifted up by the pure angelic voice of countertenor Maximilian Riebl. Joined by the Brandenburg Choir, together their ethereal voices will take you to the shores of that sceptred isle on an epic journey of the imagination.

Tickets available at:
https://www.brandenburg.com.au/concerts/2018/thomas-tallis-england/

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Thomas Tallis' England
Feb
25
5:00 PM17:00

Thomas Tallis' England

Fly with the Brandenburg and soar gently above the rolling, patchwork fields of England with Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. The monumental legacy of Tallis weaves a common thread through this program of English masterworks by his contemporaries Purcell, Byrd and Gibbons.

Be lifted up by the pure angelic voice of countertenor Maximilian Riebl. Joined by the Brandenburg Choir, together their ethereal voices will take you to the shores of that sceptred isle on an epic journey of the imagination.

Tickets available at:
https://www.brandenburg.com.au/concerts/2018/thomas-tallis-england/

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Thomas Tallis' England
Feb
28
7:00 PM19:00

Thomas Tallis' England

Fly with the Brandenburg and soar gently above the rolling, patchwork fields of England with Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. The monumental legacy of Tallis weaves a common thread through this program of English masterworks by his contemporaries Purcell, Byrd and Gibbons.

Be lifted up by the pure angelic voice of countertenor Maximilian Riebl. Joined by the Brandenburg Choir, together their ethereal voices will take you to the shores of that sceptred isle on an epic journey of the imagination.

Tickets available at:
https://www.brandenburg.com.au/concerts/2018/thomas-tallis-england/

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Thomas Tallis' England
Mar
3
2:00 PM14:00

Thomas Tallis' England

Fly with the Brandenburg and soar gently above the rolling, patchwork fields of England with Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. The monumental legacy of Tallis weaves a common thread through this program of English masterworks by his contemporaries Purcell, Byrd and Gibbons.

Be lifted up by the pure angelic voice of countertenor Maximilian Riebl. Joined by the Brandenburg Choir, together their ethereal voices will take you to the shores of that sceptred isle on an epic journey of the imagination.

Tickets available at:
https://www.brandenburg.com.au/concerts/2018/thomas-tallis-england/

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Thomas Tallis' England
Mar
3
7:00 PM19:00

Thomas Tallis' England

Fly with the Brandenburg and soar gently above the rolling, patchwork fields of England with Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. The monumental legacy of Tallis weaves a common thread through this program of English masterworks by his contemporaries Purcell, Byrd and Gibbons.

Be lifted up by the pure angelic voice of countertenor Maximilian Riebl. Joined by the Brandenburg Choir, together their ethereal voices will take you to the shores of that sceptred isle on an epic journey of the imagination.

Tickets available at:
https://www.brandenburg.com.au/concerts/2018/thomas-tallis-england/

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Flinders Baroque Recital
Mar
11
2:00 PM14:00

Flinders Baroque Recital

A virtuoso performance is guaranteed with Melbourne’s acclaimed talent. There may be few opportunities to hear Maximilian in the near future, as his magnificent voice will be taking him onto the international stage. His recital will include virtuoso arias of the baroque era, along with the exquisite Klaglied of Buxtehude, Bach’s mentor. He will be accompanied on the Bechstein grand piano by Stefan Cassomenos, a virtuoso performer in his own right.

BOOKINGS OPEN THURSDAY 1 MARCH

https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=341454&

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Music of the Red Priest - Royal Melbourne Philharmonic
Mar
25
2:00 PM14:00

Music of the Red Priest - Royal Melbourne Philharmonic

“Vivaldi. Music of the Red Priest” will feature an exciting program of music by one of the baroque’s most celebrated and virtuosic composers, Antonio Vivaldi.

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi was born on March 4, 1678, in Venice, Italy. His father, Giovanni Battista Vivaldi, was a professional violinist who taught his young son to play as well. Through his father, Vivaldi met and learned from some of the finest musicians and composers in Venice at the time. While his violin practice flourished, a chronic shortness of breath barred him from mastering wind instruments. Vivaldi sought religious training as well as musical instruction. At the age of 15, he began studying to become a priest. He was ordained in 1703. Due to his red hair, Vivaldi was known locally as “il Prete Rosso,” or “the Red Priest.” Vivaldi’s career in the clergy was short-lived. Health problems prevented him from delivering mass and drove him to abandon the priesthood shortly after his ordination.

Featuring the acclaimed RMP choir and baroque orchestra with magnificent soloists, these two performances will be directed by Andrew Wailes, well known to Melbourne audiences for his dynamic interpretations of baroque works and will feature some of Australia’s leading early musicians.

Music to be presented will include rare performances of Vivaldi’s extraordinarily beautiful Beatus Vir (Psalm 111) RV 597 , for 5 solo voices, double chorus, 2 oboes, 2 organs, double strings & continuo , as well as the spectacular Dixit Dominus in D Major RV 594 for soloists, double choir and double orchestra. Other works will include the motet Nulla in mundo pax sincera RV 630, as well as the Concerto for 2 Trumpets in C major, RV 537 and the  sparkling  Concerto for Strings in G major, RV 151 (the ‘Concerto alla rustica‘).

2 performances, but seats are strictly limited so book early!

Tickets:
http://rmp.org.au/concert/vivaldi-music-of-the-red-priest/

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Music of the Red Priest - Royal Melbourne Philharmonic
Mar
25
7:00 PM19:00

Music of the Red Priest - Royal Melbourne Philharmonic

“Vivaldi. Music of the Red Priest” will feature an exciting program of music by one of the baroque’s most celebrated and virtuosic composers, Antonio Vivaldi.

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi was born on March 4, 1678, in Venice, Italy. His father, Giovanni Battista Vivaldi, was a professional violinist who taught his young son to play as well. Through his father, Vivaldi met and learned from some of the finest musicians and composers in Venice at the time. While his violin practice flourished, a chronic shortness of breath barred him from mastering wind instruments. Vivaldi sought religious training as well as musical instruction. At the age of 15, he began studying to become a priest. He was ordained in 1703. Due to his red hair, Vivaldi was known locally as “il Prete Rosso,” or “the Red Priest.” Vivaldi’s career in the clergy was short-lived. Health problems prevented him from delivering mass and drove him to abandon the priesthood shortly after his ordination.

Featuring the acclaimed RMP choir and baroque orchestra with magnificent soloists, these two performances will be directed by Andrew Wailes, well known to Melbourne audiences for his dynamic interpretations of baroque works and will feature some of Australia’s leading early musicians.

Music to be presented will include rare performances of Vivaldi’s extraordinarily beautiful Beatus Vir (Psalm 111) RV 597 , for 5 solo voices, double chorus, 2 oboes, 2 organs, double strings & continuo , as well as the spectacular Dixit Dominus in D Major RV 594 for soloists, double choir and double orchestra. Other works will include the motet Nulla in mundo pax sincera RV 630, as well as the Concerto for 2 Trumpets in C major, RV 537 and the  sparkling  Concerto for Strings in G major, RV 151 (the ‘Concerto alla rustica‘).

2 performances, but seats are strictly limited so book early!

Tickets:
http://rmp.org.au/concert/vivaldi-music-of-the-red-priest/

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Thomas Tallis' England
Feb
23
7:00 PM19:00

Thomas Tallis' England

Fly with the Brandenburg and soar gently above the rolling, patchwork fields of England with Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. The monumental legacy of Tallis weaves a common thread through this program of English masterworks by his contemporaries Purcell, Byrd and Gibbons.

Be lifted up by the pure angelic voice of countertenor Maximilian Riebl. Joined by the Brandenburg Choir, together their ethereal voices will take you to the shores of that sceptred isle on an epic journey of the imagination.

Tickets available at:
https://www.brandenburg.com.au/concerts/2018/thomas-tallis-england/

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Thomas Tallis' England
Feb
21
7:00 PM19:00

Thomas Tallis' England

Fly with the Brandenburg and soar gently above the rolling, patchwork fields of England with Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. The monumental legacy of Tallis weaves a common thread through this program of English masterworks by his contemporaries Purcell, Byrd and Gibbons.

Be lifted up by the pure angelic voice of countertenor Maximilian Riebl. Joined by the Brandenburg Choir, together their ethereal voices will take you to the shores of that sceptred isle on an epic journey of the imagination.

Tickets available at:
https://www.brandenburg.com.au/concerts/2018/thomas-tallis-england/

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Max Riebl - The Great Pretender
Feb
18
8:30 PM20:30

Max Riebl - The Great Pretender

A breathtaking performance that reimagines and unites the power of early pop with the genius of baroque, Max Riebl presents The Great Pretender as part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival, at The German Club.

The Great Pretender showcases the ethereal countertenor voice of Max Riebl, who combines his mastery as a baroque musician with the pure vocal power and authenticity of an emerging pop artist – Garland, Bach and Morrissey collide and the result isn’t fusion, it’s chemistry.

Wittily confronting his inner battle between artistic obedience and disobedience, Riebl rebels against the puritanical authority of classical music and embraces an unruly, alternative world of music, which seeks purity and truth over boundaries, judgement and austerity. Accompanied by virtuosic musicians and unique, electrifying arrangements, The Great Pretender unveils a new sound and concept.

Tickets available at:
https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/max-riebl-the-great-pretender-af2018

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Max Riebl - The Great Pretender
Feb
17
8:30 PM20:30

Max Riebl - The Great Pretender

A breathtaking performance that reimagines and unites the power of early pop with the genius of baroque, Max Riebl presents The Great Pretender as part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival, at The German Club.

The Great Pretender showcases the ethereal countertenor voice of Max Riebl, who combines his mastery as a baroque musician with the pure vocal power and authenticity of an emerging pop artist – Garland, Bach and Morrissey collide and the result isn’t fusion, it’s chemistry.

Wittily confronting his inner battle between artistic obedience and disobedience, Riebl rebels against the puritanical authority of classical music and embraces an unruly, alternative world of music, which seeks purity and truth over boundaries, judgement and austerity. Accompanied by virtuosic musicians and unique, electrifying arrangements, The Great Pretender unveils a new sound and concept.

Tickets available at:
https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/max-riebl-the-great-pretender-af2018

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Max Riebl - The Great Pretender
Feb
16
8:30 PM20:30

Max Riebl - The Great Pretender

A breathtaking performance that reimagines and unites the power of early pop with the genius of baroque, Max Riebl presents The Great Pretender as part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival, at The German Club.

The Great Pretender showcases the ethereal countertenor voice of Max Riebl, who combines his mastery as a baroque musician with the pure vocal power and authenticity of an emerging pop artist – Garland, Bach and Morrissey collide and the result isn’t fusion, it’s chemistry.

Wittily confronting his inner battle between artistic obedience and disobedience, Riebl rebels against the puritanical authority of classical music and embraces an unruly, alternative world of music, which seeks purity and truth over boundaries, judgement and austerity. Accompanied by virtuosic musicians and unique, electrifying arrangements, The Great Pretender unveils a new sound and concept.

Tickets available at:
https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/max-riebl-the-great-pretender-af2018

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Max Riebl - The Great Pretender
Feb
11
6:00 PM18:00

Max Riebl - The Great Pretender

A breathtaking performance that reimagines and unites the power of early pop with the genius of baroque, Max Riebl presents The Great Pretender as part of The St Kilda Festival, at Christ Church, Acland Street.

The Great Pretender showcases the ethereal countertenor voice of Max Riebl, who combines his mastery as a baroque musician with the pure vocal power and authenticity of an emerging pop artist – Garland, Bach and Morrissey collide and the result isn’t fusion, it’s chemistry.

Wittily confronting his inner battle between artistic obedience and disobedience, Riebl rebels against the puritanical authority of classical music and embraces an unruly, alternative world of music, which seeks purity and truth over boundaries, judgement and austerity. Accompanied by virtuosic musicians and unique, electrifying arrangements, The Great Pretender unveils a new sound and concept.

Christ Church, St Kilda, FREE EVENT

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