Director and Violin Richard Tognetti has designed an extraordinary program for the ACO Concert Reflections on Gallipoli, to be held 14 – 27th March, 2015
Australian Chamber Orchestra played an exquisite program of music in the TarraWarra Museum of Art for the opening concert of the TarraWarra Music Festival, 2015
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In 2015 the Australian Chamber Orchestra turns 40 and with leader artistic Director Richard Tognetti will celebrate 25 years of his guiding its journey in music
The ACO’s Timeline will celebrate the sound of music our nation enjoys on many different levels, beautiful music by the world’s great composers and songwriters
The Australian Chamber Orchestra concert on 12th April to 6th May 2014 features Italian musician Giovanni Sollima on Cello, with ACO’s Director Richard Tognetti
Congratulations ACO for winning at the Grammy Awards as your significant contribution towards contemporary classic music album Winter Morning Walks was touted
Each year the ACO makes a pilgrimage to the Margaret River in W.A. to thrill the crowds with virtuoso playing in an idyllic setting for the Vasse Felix Festival
Captivating free-spirited violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja is a joy to watch as she performs Bach and Mendelssohn concertos in her signature barefoot style.
The ‘2nd’ annual ‘Slide Cabaret Festival’ will be held in in June and July at Sydney with Cabaret performers who are international, interstate and local legends
Tognetti’s Mozart, will play nationally in Australia, from the 2 – 16 February 2013 and feature the leader of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti (1965). His recordings of this, so many people’s favourite classic composer, are internationally lauded as ‘some of the best on offer’. The consistency and the…
For all lovers of fine music from the 6 – 18 October 2012 The Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) will tour an ensemble around Australia with conductor, historian, organ scholar and director Richard Egarr of the Academy of Ancient Music (AAM) playing concertos by Mozart, Handel and Vivaldi on Harpsichord and Fortepiano….
The Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) provides a unique experience for its subscribers and admirers and the 2013 season will be musical diversity in action
Crucial to the concept of beautiful singing is the idea that effortless delivery is a means to an end. That end is beautiful expression. Jane Rutter’s flute playing will surely go down in the history of Australian music as an effortless and expressive delivery of music, a mastery of appropriate musical style, and the natural beauty of a unique voice supplied via her magical silver flute.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) has inherited a fabulous legacy of music to perform in its established repertoire including stylish adventures in sound