musica viva festival 2019
Saturday afternoon presents three great classics and an appealing new work, with abundant variety across the whole concert to tantalise.
A late, great quartet from Beethoven is matched by an elegantly charming Mozart piano trio. Prokofiev’s dashing Flute Sonata opens the concert, looking back to the Classical masters, while Edgar Meyer’s own String Quintet sets a scene from our own time: a musical land without borders, warm and inviting.
PROKOFIEV Flute Sonata in D major, op 94
BEETHOVEN String Quartet no 16 in F major, op 135
MOZART Piano Trio in E major, K542
MEYER Quintet for String Quartet and Double Bass
ADAM WALKER flute
AURA GO piano
GOLDNER STRING QUARTET
ANDREW TYSON piano
DIMITY HALL violin
JULIAN SMILES cello
EDGAR MEYER double bass
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Presented in association with the Australian Youth Orchestra and Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Musica Viva's biennial chamber music festival showcases the best local and international chamber music artists in four days of concerts, talks and masterclasses.