Music on the Terrace Series
Join us on a journey through the musical and social phenomenon of the 19th century Schubertiade.
For these recitals, Schubert would bring his brightest colleagues and latest compositions to wow the Viennese elite in their own homes, and we are recreating this in our own Government House Green Room.
In this exclusive event, music lovers will be treated to an intimate program built around two of Schubert’s most-loved works, The Erlking sung by James Clayton, and the second Violin Sonata performed by the astonishing Akiko Miyazawa. We then look outward to the music of Schubert’s idols and successors, with Australian composer Lachlan Skipworth providing insightful commentary on Schubert’s life and selected works by Beethoven, Mozart and Brahms.
Please note: Due to personal reasons, James Clayton will no longer be performing in this concert and has been replaced by Paul O'Neill.
Paul O'Neill Tenor
Jonathan Bradley Piano
Akiko Miyazawa Violin
Lachlan Skipworth Commentary by composer
Mobile tickets will be emailed shortly after the order confirmation.
*Times are approximate and subject to change at any time.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Your ticket includes bubbles and canapés upon arrival and post-concert whilst mingling with the artists.
PLEASE NOTE: Prior to an event if you are feeling unwell, we ask you please do not attend the performance and contact our Box Office on either firstname.lastname@example.org or 9231 9999 to discuss the options for your tickets.
Presented by Music on the Terrace