2018 Concert series

2018 Concert series

Ziggy and Miles Johnston

9th September 2018, 2pm – Adamshurst Ballroom, Albury

Internationally award-winning duo, Ziggy and Miles Johnston, are brothers that share a passion for music and the guitar. They both started from early ages of 5 and 4 years old respectively and are quickly being considered two of the finest young musicians in Australia. They perform a diverse range of repertoire comprising of the standard classical guitar canon as well as works from Australia, Spain, Latin America, and jazz influenced works.

Don’t miss them in concert for the final event in the 2018 ACMF Concert Series. The 9th September recital at Adamshurst features a wonderful program including works by Astor Piazzolla, Richard Charlton, Nigel Westlake, Phillip Houghton and Máximo Diego Pujol. Hope to see you there!

Inventi Ensemble

15th July 2018, 2pm – Adamshurst Ballroom, Albury
Pre-sale tickets are no longer available for this event. Tickets are still available for purchase at the door from 1.30pm on Sunday, or after the masterclass Sunday morning at 11.30am

The Albury Chamber Music Festival is delighted to announce a very exciting concert as part of our mid-year concert series! Melbourne’s exciting ensemble Inventi Ensemble are featured performers for the upcoming concert at the Adamshurst Ballroom on Sunday the 15th July (2pm).

Tickets on sale early/mid next week at the Albury Entertainment Centre box office – watch this space for updates when they’re on sale! But save the date and don’t miss out on a wonderful afternoon of music featuring works by JS Bach, Rossini, Haydn, Faure & JC Bach. Hope to see you there!

Shanul Sharma, Tenor

featuring Helena Kernaghan (Piano).

5th May 2018, 2pm – St Matthew’s Church, Albury
Tickets: http://shanulsharmatenor.floktu.com

Don’t miss out on this very special concert event, where along with Shanul Sharma singing his bel canto best, you can expect a tribute to Australian opera legend, and festival patron, Nance Grant, a special guest appearance by local Rising Star, violinist Isabelle Weule, and some violin and piano duos from members of the Orpheus Piano Trio, Kaori Sparks and Helena Kernaghan.