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Orava Quartet & Greta Bradman


Orava Quartet & Greta Bradman

  • Date: Saturday, 23 February 2019, 7:30pm
  • Venue: Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre — 597 High St, Penrith, NSW

Event Details

Earning a reputation and a devoted following for their passionate and thrilling performances, the Orava Quartet bring their unique sound and breathtaking intensity to the classics of the string quartet canon.

Signed to Universal Music Australia and selected by Deutsche Grammophon Australia for the label’s historic, first ever recording release in 2018, Orava have performed throughout North America, the UAE, and Asia. In Australia, the Quartet has made an impressive and rapid rise to national attention, performing regularly at major classical and arts festivals.

Greta Bradman is one of Australasia’s most celebrated operatic and concert artists. Her 2015 debut album for Decca Classics My Hero (c. Richard Bonynge; English Chamber Orchestra) received five-star reviews and topped the classical and classical crossover ARIA charts for several months. Her latest album Home was nominated for a 2018 ARIA Fine Arts award.

Featured non-Australian music: Haydn, Rachmaninov, Respighi, Dvorak

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website

Featured Australian Works

Sea chronicles : five songs for soprano and string quartet (1998) by Paul Stanhope
— performed by Orava Quartet and Greta Bradman

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