Delight in the joyous virtuosity of Corelli's Christmas Concerto, Vivaldi's violin concertos, and the rich beauty of music for voices and strings by Purcell, Holst, Grieg and more, performed by the soloists and ensemble of Camerata Academica of the Antipodes.

Dubbed "musically combustible" (Criticks UK) for their scholarship, talent and artistry, the Camerata celebrates the 2019 festive season with a new programme of their signature blend of music from across the centuries, under the direction of musicologist-performer Dr Imogen Coward.

Programme* includes Corelli's Christmas Concerto, selections from Vivaldi's La Stravaganza Op.4, Purcell's theatre music, Holst's carol "In the Bleak Midwinter", and Grieg's Nordic Melody in a new arrangement specially created for the Camerata.
Venue ticket desk opens 45 min prior. 

Doors open 15 mins before the show start. Please be seated at least 5 mins prior to the concert.

TICKETS: $35 Adult • $30 Concession • $20 Child

Tickets available online, at the door and via Box Office +61 459 577 110

Profits from the concert support the Australian Children's Music Foundation
* Programme subject to change without notice.

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Venue Details
St Alban's Anglican Church Hall
3 Pembroke St, Epping, New South Wales 2121, Australia
Dubbed ‘musically combustible’ [Criticks UK] for their vibrant performances, Camerata Academica of the Antipodes brings together a diverse group of talented young multi-instrumental music scholar-performers and researchers, many of whom are active music teachers, and the recipients of prestigious awards for music performance, teaching and research. Under the direction of musicologist-performer Dr Imogen Coward, their concerts feature instrumental and vocal music from the Baroque to the present day, including specially created arrangements and new works. Current performance and scholarship is historically inspired, with projects focusing on exploring Baroque repertoire from the early manuscripts and scores and melding this together with contemporary improvisation practices. The Camerata's season of public concerts in Sydney and regional NSW is pleased to support the work of the Australian Children’s Music Foundation. The Camerata also runs a junior associate programme to train younger or developing musicians, hosts community lectures by local and visiting scholar-performers to increase the interaction between audience, music-makers and music researchers. For more information, visit the OFFICIAL WEBSITE