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C o n c e r t   C a l e n d a r   2 0 2 4

FEBRUARY 2024

Sat 3rd/ Sun 4th February

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"A Concert with James Bond"

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

Saturday 10th February, 11 am

Violin/piano Recital with Josephine Allan, piano

Soldiers' Memorial Hall Bundanoon

Amy Beach: Romance

Rebecca Clarke: From Shorter Pieces for Violin and Piano: Lullaby, Midsummer Moon

Claude Debussy: Sonate

Astor Piazzolla: Ausencias, Libertango

Isaac Albéniz arr. Fritz Kreisler: Tango

Isaac Albéniz: Evocación - no. 1 from “Iberia” (piano solo)

John Adams (1947-): Contemplative - from “Road Movies”

Rodin Shchedrin (1932-): In the Style of Albéniz

See Arts Bundanoon Website for details

Friday 23rd February

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"Lunar New Year - Symphony in the Park"

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

 

MARCH 2024

Saturday 9th/Sunday 10th March

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"The Little Mermaid" - Live orchestra playing to the Big Screen!

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

APRIL 2024

Saturday 13th April

Halcyon

Lisa Cheney: No Distant Place: The Soul’s Eternity (Sydney premiere)

Hilary Tann: Slate, Blue-gray (Australian premiere)

Tõnu Kõrvits: Moonlight, Summer Moonlight (Australian premiere)

Gordon Kerry: Three Malouf Songs (Halcyon commission repeat performance)

 

See Halcyon Art Music Website for details

Postponed. Please look out for the rescheduled concert around October this year.

Saturday 20th/Sunday 21st April

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"Emperor"

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

JUNE 2024

Sunday 23rd June

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND CHOIR

Haydn: Creation "Singalong"

*See Willoughby Symphony Choir Website for details

JULY 2024

Saturday 6th July 11am

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"Mini Maestros"

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

Sunday 14th July

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

Sydney Eisteddfod Opera Scholarship Final

*See Sydney Eisteddfod Website Events Page for details

Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th July

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"Rhapsody"

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

AUGUST 2024

Saturday 10th, Sunday 11th August

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"Last Night of the Proms"

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

Tuesday 13th August

Lurline Quartet performs at Lane Cove Music Club

Works by Mozart, David Stone, Rachmaninov, Alfred Hill as well as well-loved show tunes

See Lane Cove Music Club for details

Sunday 25th August

Recital with Heather Burnley - violin and Josephine Allan - piano

Works by Vivaldi, Handel-Halvorsen, Goossens, Alfred Hill, Kroll

This is a privately advertised peformance in Sydney's east, with limited tickets available to the wider public. Please email me via my Contact Page for details.

OCTOBER 2024

Saturday 12th, Sunday 13th October

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"Paradise" - Dvorak: Stabat Mater

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

NOVEMBER 2024

Saturday 23rd/Sunday 24th November

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"Wonder"

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

DECEMBER 2024

Sunday 8th December

CONCERTMASTER - WILLOUGHBY SYMPHONY

"The Magic of Christmas"

*See Willoughby Symphony Website

This calendar provides information on featured public solo performances, as well as events marked with an asterisk *  - these are those in which Maria is performing as concertmaster. Details can be obtained through the links provided.

 
 
 
FEATURED WORKS AND PROGRAMS


Tommy Tycho: Violin Concerto
-Written for and dedicated to Maria. Details of next performances to be announced.
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Lurline Chamber Orchestra
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Recitals with Josephine Allan

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Further performances of my composition "Song of the Ocean", premiered in 2022 for Sydney Biennale

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Lurline Quartet, performing at Lane Cove Music Club in August
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Performing with Willoughby Symphony Orchestra

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Maria Lindsay, Heather Burnley and Josephine Allan - performances that combine fabulous repertoire with unexpected twists, from duelling violins to getting the audience up dancing...
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