Discover the musical gems uncovered by the Aurelia Quartet during their residency at Four Winds. Two-weeks of collaborations with local artists; school visits; musical story-time sessions in local libraries; a live session on local ABC South East; private tuition for local musicians and rehearsal time in the Windsong Pavilion, will culminate in a concert performance on Saturday 27 May at 2pm in the beautiful Four Winds Windsong Pavilion, just south of Bermagui.
Aurelia Quartet is a newly formed string quartet comprising Laura Freier and Natasha Hanna (violin), Beth Condon (viola) and Eliza Sdraulig (cello). The four met at the beginning of 2017 at ANAM (Australian National Academy of Music) where they are all students. Despite being freshly formed, they are all excited to explore and share the musical treasure chest that exists for string quartets.
Four Winds is fortunate to partner with organisations such as the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM). Together we host some extremely exciting residency programs which bring emerging artists to our region. This residency is part of Four Winds commitment to encourage and support the development of artists and the creativity that lies within our community.
Library story-times are as follows:
Monday 22 May – Tura Beach Library, 10.30am,
Tuesday 23 May – Bermagui Library, 10.30am and,
Thursday 25 May – Eden Library, 10.30am.
On Saturday 27 May at 2pm come and enjoy a concert by Aurelia Quartet and hear their reflections of their time in our community in the beautiful Four Winds Windsong Pavilion, just south of Bermagui. Adults $15, 16yrs and under free. Gates open from 1pm. Parking on site.