Masterworks of the Baroque were performed on instruments of the period, including the Harpsichord, which ABO artistic director Paul Dyer plays with great elan
For their first concert of 2019, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, will play five of J.S. Bach’s six Brandenburg Concertos, rarely performed in one concert
The heart and spirit of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra is integral to their Noel Noel 2018, featuring the Brandenburg Choir and soprano Bonnie de la Hunty
Lixsania and the Labyrinth, presented by the ABO from Oct 31 – Nov 11, features guest virtuosos Lixsania Fernandez on Viola da Gamba with Shaun Lee-Chen on Violin
Xavier de Maistre Harpist and the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra ensured everyone left their concert on a high note one so ethereal it was right off the scale
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Brandenburg Choir and countertenor Max Riebl started their 2018 season with an exceptional experience of incomparable richness
Artistic director Paul Dyer promises the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra 2018 season will be a banquet of Baroque music with drama joy and flair like no other!
This Spring the ABO will present a tribute concert Haydn Mozart & Friends with Belgian Period Horn player Bart Aerbeydt and Australian Baroque cellist Jamie Hey
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Circa Contemporary Circus are coming back together again for Spanish Baroque: Brandenburg and C!rca, May 3 – 16, 2017
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Choir and NZ born soprano Madison Nonoa gave the audience at their NOËL! NOËL! concert in Melbourne, a gift of beauty for Xmas
The musical celebration NOËL NOËL 2016 features Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Brandenburg Choir and guests Madison Nonoa and Leanne Sullivan – irresistible!
Musicians of the ABO and acclaimed violinist Shunske Sato at the Melbourne Recital Centre presented a sublime concert nurturing the pleasures of the imagination
American virtuoso violinist Shunske Sato is a special guest for the ABO this Spring in Australia playing his period violin in Melbourne and Sydney Recital Halls
If the aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things but their inward significance with Mozart’s Requiem: 100 voices, the ABO was triumphant!
Brisbane patrons can jump for joy, as they benefit from the return to Australia of Mandolin virtuoso Avi Avital, who performed to sold out concerts in Melbourne and Sydney in Australia in 2014. He will appear for one night only at QPAC in Brisbane on Tuesday November 8, 2016, the…
To start the musical year the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra presents solo recorder virtuoso Maurice Steger, who has redefined the recorder for the modern age