An ensemble featuring some of Australia’s leading soloists and chamber musicians will take centre stage in the Gunnedah Town Hall on Thursday night. Leading industry publication Limelight has described an Ensemble Q performance as “an astonishing evening of chamber music. Quite possibly the best performance I’ve seen all year, and an astonishing feat of music-making….. frankly, this was a jaw-dropping performance”.
Ensemble Q is directed by co-artistic directors cellist Trish Dean and clarinetist Paul Dean, who are supported by a core artist list of the finest musicians in Australia.
The group has earned an enviable reputation for brilliant programming and the highest performance standard.
Composed of Brisbane-based friends from concertmaster and principal seats in the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, soloists and chamber musicians on the national touring network, and leading faculty at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
Ensemble Q is an ensemble in residence at both the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) and the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
The group has been selected as national touring artist for Musica Viva and appear at festivals including the Australian Festival of Chamber Music and the Queensland Music Festival. They are regular artists for ABC Classic and 4MBS Classic FM.
The touring programs for 2023 comprise works for violin, clarinet, cello and piano and features violinist Natsuko Yoshimoto, clarinetist Paul Dean, cellist Trish Dean and pianist Daniel de Borah.
The concert in Gunnedah will run for just over an hour, and will feature Tchaikovsky’s well-known Piano Trio in A Minor, Op. 50
Ensemble Q will perform at the Gunnedah Town Hall on Thursday, August 24, from 7pm. To book tickets, visit gunnedahconservatorium.com.au or call 02 6742 3998.To order photos from this page click here