The Chamber Orchestra of St George's College, lead by acclaimed violinist and Senior Music Fellow Paul Write, kick of their 2018 season with Tchaikovsky and Vivaldi.
The Chamber Orchestra of St George’s College return to Dunsborough in the new year after a successfully sold out concert earlier in the year. The Orchestra are presenting two exciting programs, under the direction of acclaimed Australian violinist, Paul Wright.
Bring a picnic, a rug, your family, and friends for classical favourites and carols under the stars!
The Orchestra of St George's College, led by violinist Paul Wright, will be joined by acclaimed musicians, Sara Macliver (soprano), Raymond Yong (piano), and Alex Isted (violin), under the direction of Mark Coughlan.
Join us for an evening of sublime piano music in the Dining Hall of St George’s College. Acclaimed pianist Raymond Yong will present a recital of classical piano masterpieces, including Beethoven’s dramatic and arresting “Appassionata” Sonata, Chopin’s Grand Polonaise Brilliante, and Schubert’s charming Impromptu in B flat Major.
Join us for an afternoon of glorious melodies by the Viennese master composer Franz Schubert, including immortal favourites of Ave Maria, Marche Militaire, the Trout Quintet and many more. Featuring Music Scholars and Fellows of St George’s College, and special guest cellist Louise Mackay, this concert offers an intimate and unforgettable musical experience.
Sara Macliver (soprano) - one of Australia’s most popular and versatile artists, along with Chris Dragon (conductor) - internationally rising conductor, will come together to perform Australian composer James Ledger's chamber arrangement of Strauss' popular 'Four Last Songs'.
The Early Music Ensemble in collaboration with the Giovanni Consort will bring an afternoon of varied music by Purcell, Monteverdi and more. The concert will begin with the Giovanni Consort, followed by The Early Music Ensemble before they join forces
Join the Early Music Ensemble in the intimate settings of the St George’s College Chapel as they transport you into another era with their beautiful music. Under the direction of Emeritus Professor Paul Wright, they will also be joined by special guest Aidan Deasey and Casey Fitzpatrick on lute.
Christmas in the Quad returns in 2016, with a wonderful array of Perth talent! Dust off the Santa hats and enjoy a magical evening under the stars, accompanied by musical classics from the Renaissance through to the 20th Century! Bring family and friends to enjoy a picnic on the lawn as the sun sets.
The Piano Competition at St George's College was this year open to all students currently enrolled at the University of Western Australia. Congratulations to the five finalists who have been selected by the judges for this year's competition. They will compete on the College's Fazioli in a concert open to the public on Saturday 5th of November at 3pm.
We are excited to invite you to 'Spring Strings', a concert featuring all three of the St George's Ensembles: the String Quartet, Early Music Ensemble, and the Chamber Orchestra. Alongside Emeritus Professor Paul Wright, they will present a diverse variety of music by composers such as Dvořák, Dall'Abaco, Mendelssohn and more! Afternoon tea will be served following the concert.
We are excited to invite you to the launch of our third new ensemble, the String Quartet of St George’s College under the guidance of Emeritus Professor Paul Wright. The quartet comprises of four prodigious young musicians aged 15-17, Emmalena Huning (violin), Olivia Bartlett (violin), Ariel Postmus (viola) and Miah Smith (cello). The evening will include a variety of string quartets in addition to solo works showcasing the immense talent of these young performers.
We are proud to present the Early Music Ensemble of St George’s College under the direction of Emeritus Professor Paul Wright! Join us for the launch of the ensemble, consisting of four outstanding young musicians beginning their exploration of the great early music tradition.
Join us on Sunday 5 June as the Chamber Orchestra of St George’s College launch their 2016 season with a with a carefully selected program of works to show case the talents of the ensemble and delight their inaugural audience! The evening will feature works by popular works by Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Whitacre, Handel, Arensky and Dvorak.