Welcome back friends! We’re delighted to once again be bringing you a live music experience with our Musica Viva Reconnect WA concert, brought to you by the WA Committee. For those that are eager to return to live music, on Saturday 10 October we invite you to enjoy an afternoon of the finest music, showcasing some of Perth’s most talented musicians. An opportunity to reconnect with live music, the arts, and the Musica Viva community once again.
In a stellar line-up of local artists, cellist Miranda Murray-Yong will perform a stunning Bach Cello Suite before being joined by the Alchemy Art Quartet for a performance of traditional Nordic Folk Tunes. The outstanding pianist Anna Sleptsova, violist Katie Mckay and clarinettist Ashley Smith will also join forces to present two great pieces: a Mozart trio, and Bruch’s Rumänische Melodie.
Join us on Saturday 10 October, 2pm at Government House for an afternoon of delightful music. Your ticket includes an afternoon tea, as well as a complimentary wine tasting courtesy of Cullen Wines. Tickets are strictly limited and available on a first come first served basis.
With thanks to the WA Committee, Government House “Re-start the arts” initiative, Cooper Energy, Cullen Wines, Government House Foundation and the Musica Viva Artists Fund.
BACH Cello Suite No.6 – Allemande – 7 mins
Traditional NORDIC FOLK TUNES (arranged for String Quartet) “ Wood Works”– 20 mins
MOZART Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano in E-flat major, K. 498 Kegelstatt (1786) – 21 min
BRUCH Rumänische Melodie from Eight Pieces for Clarinet Viola and Piano (1910) – 6 min
Miranda Murray-Yong cello
Alchemy Art Quartet
Anna Sleptsova piano
Katie Mckay viola
Ashley Smith clarinet