Take a journey through the colourful streets of Buenos Aires from the early 1920s with Piazzolla to modern day Sydney through the music of our very own Kats-Chernin as well as impressionistic treasures by Ravel and Debussy!
Since their formation in 2002 the Nexas Quartet has premiered countless new Australian works, focusing on promoting the musical diversity of the saxophone. In a special collaboration with radiant harpist Emily Granger they will sweep you off your feet with sensuous tone and breathtaking virtuosity.
The program will be presented with musical insights by conductor Vladimir Fanshil, so you can step boldly into the 20th century and beyond in the relaxed and inspired atmosphere of Sydney’s Great Synagogue.
We will provide hand sanitiser and seat the audience with appropriate distancing. We will refer to the Great Synagogue's comprehensive Covid safety plan.