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28 August 2019 / News
After several concerts at home, our tour in October will take us abroad again, this time to the USA and Germany.
Oregon marks the first port of call, where we’ll present twice as part of the Ashland Chamber Music Concert Series. We are delighted to then be spending what I’m sure will be an intense week for a guest residency at the University of North Texas. It will be wonderful to get to know the students and share our journey and love of chamber music with them. It also always feels more special to play for an audience we have got to know! For Helene an extra bonus will be to reconnect with her old friend Julia Bushkova, whom she first met years ago when both were learning with the great Josef Gingold.
Jetting across the Atlantic, we’ll arrive in Göttingen, Germany, to perform in the concert series Freunde Spielen für Freunde. Our last stop is the Sonnenalp Chamber Music Festival in the Bavarian town of Allgäu. This year’s festival is a jubilee – marking 100 years – and the four concerts we’ll perform fittingly bring New Zealand music together with the masters of European musical traditions.
22 April 2020 / NewsWe're used to making music together and travelling to perform for audiences around New Zealand and overseas, but the COVID-19 crisis has meant huge changes for us all. In New Zealand, we are currently into the fourth week of lockdown – a position many of you reading from around the... Read More
21 April 2020 / NewsLate last year we tidied up a bit backstage, adding more videos and audio tracks to our digital channels. Until we can perform publicly again, there are plenty of playlists and short clips to explore. Read More
25 February 2020 / NewsLast weekend the Adam Summer School concluded another year – once again on a high note. Across nine days of more than a hundred coaching and practice sessions, public masterclasses, community concerts and Feldenkrais classes each of the students in our seven ensembles worked incredibly hard. Read More