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The Joseph Tawadros Quartet : QMF 2017: Stradbroke Chamber Music Festival
- Date: Saturday, 29 July 2017, 5:30pm
- Venue: Point Lookout SLSC (North Stradbroke Island) — 24 Kennedy Drive, POINT LOOKOUT, QLD
- Series: This event is part of the Queensland Music Festival 2017 series
- Tickets: Tickets now sold out
WORLD-CLASS MUSICIANS PERFORM CHAMBER MUSIC CLASSICS IN A NATURAL PARADISE
In six intimate concerts on stunning North Stradbroke Island, the Stradbroke Chamber Music Festival will treat audiences to a program of masterworks by Haydn, Mozart, Schumann, Janacek, Brahms, Dvorak, Poulenc and others. The performers include classical guitarist Karin Schaupp, English clarinettist William Stafford and the internationally acclaimed Joseph Tawadros Quartet.
The festival will culminate in two special concerts where musical miniatures will be linked by narrations of Oodgeroo’s Dreamtime stories in a performance that pays tribute to Quandamooka cultural heritage and to festival founder Jani Haenke. Audiences will also be treated to the premiere of a composition by Yitzhak Yedid
commissioned for the festival’s 10th anniversary.
Stradbroke Chamber Music Festival is presented by Queensland Music Festival and Stradbroke Chamber Music Festival.
Concert 4 [TICKETS NOW SOLD OUT]
THE JOSEPH TAWADROS QUARTET
Saturday 29 July, 5.30 pm, Point Lookout Surf Life Saving Club
The oud or Middle Eastern lute comes to Minjerribah for the first time as the ARIA Award-winning Joseph Tawadros Quartet bring their thrilling performance dynamic to the island’s favourite concert venue. The new musical frontier they are forging incorporates fusion, Arabic modes, even elements of metal and bluegrass … and draws also from world music, folk and jazz.
(Joseph Tawadros, oud; Matt McMahon, piano; Karl Dunnicliff, double bass; James Tawadros, percussion)
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