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Relax to the Classics in Your Lunch Hour
Season Two of the Lunchtime Concert Series begins on August 10. Enjoy great classics, from the classic masters to jazz, baroque to contemporary and even experimental music, every Friday until October 26. The Elder Hall at the University of Adelaide is the place to be. Treat yourself to Elder Conservatorium staff and students, along with local, national and international classical stars, as they present this variety of musical indulgence.
Tickets are available at the door or you can pre-book here.
A mix of classic Vivaldi, Mendelssohn, Chopin and Skalkottas' Greek Dances.
17 Aug - FLUTE RECITAL Flute and Piano recital of Taktakishvili, Poulenc and Martin.
24 Aug - DELIGHTFUL, DELICIOUS, DE-LOVELY Quintessential Cole Porter Featuring James Muller on guitar along with leading jazz students from the Elder Conservatorium.
31 Aug - VIOLIN RECITAL Ravel, Debussy and Fauré, the mysterious along with the romantics.
7 Sept - ELDER CONSERVATORIUM WIND ORCHESTRA
Holst is featured. Conducted by Luke Dollman and the world premiere of new work by student Nikolai Leske.
14 Sept - AUSTRALIAN STRING QUARTET
Schubert String Quartet No. 13 in A minor Rosamunde
21 Sept - PERCUSSION CONCERT
Head of Percussion Amanda Grigg guides students through various works.
28 Sept - SONIC ARTS PRESENTS: A TRIBUTE TO RYUCHI SAKAMOTO AND THE YELLOW MAGIC ORCHESTRA
An influential electronic music group from Japan.
5 Oct - THE ADELAIDE CONNECTION
Anita Wardell directs Australia's first jazz choir.
12 Oct - TRAVELLER'S TALES
Celtic and Danish traditional folk music and works by Telemann and Ross Edwards.
19 Oct - ELDER CONSERVATORIUM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Mendelssohn and Wagner's works feature in this lunchtime treat.
26 Oct - TOP CLASS
New talent and top students perform. Full program yet to be announced.
The Lunchtime Series is presented in The Elder Hall.
The Elder Conservatorium of Music has a rich history dating back to 1883. Today, it is one of Australia's premier musical training institutions teaching a wide variety of genres - Classical, Jazz, Opera, Pop, Rock, Choral, Electronica, World and Film Music.
Come along on one Friday, or all the dates, to Elder Hall and experience everything the Lunchtime Concert Series has to offer. Tickets are $12 general admission or you can save by purchasing a Gold Pass here.
Parking is available, as well as disabled parking. For information on how and where to park, click here.