Sunday August 26
<p><span style="font-size:16px"><span style="font-family:eb garamond,serif"><span style="color:#ffffff">Afternoon Tea from 2:30 Concert at 3:30</span></span></span></p>

The Streeton Trio

Jazz Inspirations

A Prelude in Tea Concert

The Streeton Trio explores the works of composers who were inspired by the Jazz era, with a fun collection works from the 20th and 21st Centuries. The program includes 'Joybox ', a lively new commission by Harry Sdraulig, the much-loved 'Cafe Music ' by Schoenfield, Fazil Say's effervescent 'Space Jump ' and the cheeky 'Divertissement ' by Kapustin. These works are crowned by Maurice Ravel's blockbuster piano trio in A minor.

FAZIL SAY Space Jump

HARRY SDRAULIG Joybox (New commission for the Streeton Trio)

KAPUSTIN Divertissement


MAURICE RAVEL  Piano Trio in A minor 

Adult $48, Concession and Under 30 $30, Student $22, Child $16

Includes afternoon tea

'Australia's most internationally successful piano trio, ' the Streeton Trio was formed in 2008, in Geneva, Switzerland, by three young Australian musicians. In 2010, the trio was selected to be a part of the prestigious European Chamber Music Academy, where it was in residence for three years. Winner of the 2011 Music Viva Chamber Music Competition, the Streeton Trio has been laureate of several prestigious international competitions and in 2012, the trio was featured as Musica Viva's Rising Stars ensemble. The trio has released four CDs, to international acclaim, which are frequently featured on ABC FM and the MBS Networks. Named after the Australian Impressionist painter, Sir Arthur Streeton, the trio has received great acclaim for performances in venues such as Wigmore Hall, Het Loo Royal Palace (Holland), Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre, Melbourne Recital Centre, Trondheim Festival, Apeldoorn Festival, Pablo Casals Festival (Prades) and Bangalow Festival. Recent performances include appearances across the United Kingdom, China, Australia, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Holland, Lithuania, Norway, Germany, France, Austria and Switzerland. Now based in Sydney. the trio is Fine Music Ensemble in Residence.

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© Photographs by Richard Gates, and Tawfik Elgazzar

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