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Elder Hall at the University of Adelaide, North Terrace is going to be filled with the sounds of pianist Lucinda Collins, cellist Janis Laurs and ASO (Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Associate Concertmaster) violinist Cameron Hill, bringing Mozart and Mendelssohn to life. To catch this Piano Trio, Lunchtime Concert, grab your $12 general admission tickets at the door from 12.30pm on Friday 18 May 2018.
Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756-1791 Austria) brought the piano trio to maturity later in life and his No. 3 in B flat major is applauded as one of the finest examples of the genre. This work will play alongside Mendelssohn's (Felix Mendelssohn 1809-1847 Germany) precocious Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor.
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The Elder Conservatorium has been the heart of musical culture in Adelaide for over 130 years and has grown to become a true blue Australian 21st Century music training institution in size and scope. Music performers, creators, educators and researchers, are taught at the Conservatorium, across a wide variety of styles and genres like classical, jazz, opera, pop, rock, choral, electronica, world and film music to name a few.
Performance staff and students curate the concert series so it's a vibrant sample of the broad world of music housed and cherished at the Conservatorium. The Elder Hall is the spiritual home of the Conservatorium and the Concerts significantly express publicly its musical mission.