10th Aug 2012 1:10pm
10th Aug 2012 2:00pm
Founded in Paris, the Eldering Ensemble is named after Bram Eldering, the well known violinist, chamber musician and pedagogue of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Both critics and audiences alike have hailed members of the ensemble to critical and popular acclaim. Performances by the Eldering Ensemble have been described as displaying â€œalert, vital and strongly contrasting playingâ€ as well as displaying a wide range of musical expression â€“ â€œfrom bitter despair to the wildest ecstasyâ€. Bound by an inspiration and desire to perform chamber music, the four core members, Simon Monger, Hans Christian Sarnau, Jeanette Gier, and Christoph Scheffelt from Europe, America and Australia, draw on extensive solo and chamber music experience in their search for a unique and individual ensemble sound.
"Artists of a sensuous nature" NGZ Neuss
â€œ…a fabulous, intense performance….with alert, spontaneous and distinguished playing…â€
Saint-Saëns Barcarolle Op.108 for Piano Quartet
DvoÅ™ák Piano Quartet Nr. 2 in E flat Major Op.87
Conservatorium Recital Hall
5 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart
All Tickets $10
Tickets available from the door 30 minutes prior to the concert
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