Sculthorpe String Quartet No 14
Sculthorpe String Quartet No 16
Stravinsky Three pieces for string quartet
William Barton Improvisations
Purcell Fantasia upon one note
William Barton is Australia’s most celebrated didgeridoo virtuoso. The sounds that he creates from this apparently simple, elemental instrument are quite extraordinary; his performances generate awe, even disbelief, in his listeners.
Peter Sculthorpe, Australia’s greatest composer of the 20th century, encountered Barton’s genius late in life, and wrote a number of works for him, including a number of collaborations with string quartet.
The Brodskys, who have for a long time been enthusiastic advocates of Sculthorpe’s quartets, have long wished to perform with William Barton.
This concert, on St George’s Day, is that cherished opportunity, and one not to be missed for fans both of the Brodskys and for sounds from non-western cultures.
Why not pre-order a sharing platter or soup to enjoy ahead of the concert?
Bookable here or via the link above with your tickets, up to 48 hours ahead of the event.
With soup, bar snacks and ice cream available to order on the night.