FEBRUARY

JANUARY

'BEHIND THE VINES'

Peninsula Summer Music Festival 

Fri 8th January, 6pm

MAIN RIDGE ESTATE

Tickets: Here

Performed outside behind the stunning vines of Main Ridge Estate, this will be a perfect evening to stimulate the senses.With a glorious mix of Italian and Scottish baroque works, this concert will feature Evergreen Ensemble's absolute favourites from their past three album recordings!

Harp and voice – Claire Patti

Violin and violin d’amore – Shane Lestideau

Cello – Josephine Vains

Theorbo and baroque guitar – Samantha Cohen

MARCH

TREE OF STRINGS

Fri 19th March, 7pm

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Tickets: coming

Playing Irish music feels like storytelling, but with notes instead of words. Melodies carve out the shapes of hillsides and glens, streams and forests, and rhythms place figures into this melodic landscape to dance, sing, rejoice or mourn. With roots stretching back through the centuries, traditional Irish tunes were also part of Europe’s baroque period. Come and discover the beautiful compositions and arrangements of Ireland’s folk and baroque repertoire played on modern and period instruments by Evergreen Ensemble.

Celtic harp & Voice: Claire Patti 

Baroque Oboe & Fiddle: Jessica Foot

Baroque violin: Shane Lestideau

Baroque cello: Lucy Price

JUNE

SCOTLAND'S TENDUCCI

Monday 7 June

6pm, Primrose Potter Salon

Melbourne Recital Centre, VIC

featuring countertenor Max Riebl

& keyboard soloist Donald Nicolson

Tickets: coming soon

Giusto Tenducci was the equivalent of an 18th-century rock star. As a revered castrato, his reputation was second only to the famous Senesino, earning him a ‘seven-figure salary’ in London prior to traveling to Ireland and Scotland. Handsome, charismatic, and wildly talented, he inspired Scottish audiences with his virtuosity and wooed them with his tasteful performances of their own Scottish airs. This concert of rarely-performed Baroque songs, sonatas and suites explores the music of several Italians, including Tenducci himself, who composed in Edinburgh during the 18th century, in addition to Scottish arrangements of J.S. Bach and Beethoven. Performed by Evergreen Ensemble, it features the glorious voice of countertenor Max Riebl and the renowned talents of early keyboard specialist Donald Nicolson.

Countertenor: Max Riebl

Harpsichord & Fortepiano: Donald Nicolson

Baroque violin: Shane Lestideau 

Baroque violin & viola: Katie Yap

Baroque cello: Lucy Price

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