“an auditory feast of musical works for string instruments & voice
Camerata Academica of the Antipodes span six centuries of music in their superb first concert of the season. - See more at: http://www.bsecs.org.uk/criticks/#sthash.chulNvQS.dpuf
What continues to impress about Camerata Academica of the Antipodes is their obvious passionate positivity, coupled with the richness of sound produced by the fairly modest number of musicians. The results of their engagement with scholarship and historically informed practices, their enthusiasm, talent, and entertaining variety of repertoire, make for a musically combustible mix, and will no doubt produce many more fine concerts in 2015. - See more at: http://www.bsecs.org.uk/criticks/ReviewDetails.aspx?id=278&type=1#sthash.slaS06yW.dpuf
May 2016, Criticks British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (BSECS)

Christmas Concerto

Corelli, Vivaldi, Telemann & Purcell

Saturday 2 December 2017 @ 7pm

St Alban's Anglican Church, 
3 Pembroke St Epping, Sydney NSW
Experience the joyous celebration that is Corelli's Christmas 
Concerto, be caught up in the pure excitement and flair of Vivaldi's
Concertos for 4 violins Op.3, and revel in the beauty of music by Telemann and Purcell, and works for vocal ensemble and strings from the Baroque and beyond.

The Camerata instrumentalists and singers will be joined by baroque cello specialist Jemma Thrussell, returning from her studies in Bremen (Germany), to perform the thrilling La Folia of Corelli-Geminiani, together with the Camerata ensemble and director Dr Imogen Coward.

Adult $30 / Concession $25 / Child $20

Bookings & Enquiries: 0459 577 110 (6-9pm AEDT, message service outside these times), and via  info@camerataantipodes.com.au

Profits from the concert support the work of the Don Spencer Australian Children's Music Foundation

*programme subject to change without notice
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“an exciting and diverse group of thirteen music researchers, scholar-performers and
advanced music students...
Criticks British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
“these academics...will
continue to make a great and wide impression.

Nigel Nettheim
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