Bach to the Bush – Cygnet

Concert or Performance

17 Mar 2019

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to immerse yourself in the sounds of a 300-year-old cello. Cellist Anthony Albrecht, known for his “dramatic flair” and “fluent and virtuosic” performances (Seen and Heard International, Sydney Morning Herald) returns to Tasmania after a sell-out tour of Where Song Began in January. Witnessing first hand the terrible fires of January, Anthony will donate $5 from every adult ticket sale to the Cygnet Fire Brigade.
Since graduating from The Juilliard School’s Historical Performance program in 2014, Anthony has become a passionate advocate for classical music touring in regional Australia. He is renowned for his accessible, informative and moving “Bach to the Bush” solo recitals, in which he performs two of J.S. Bach’s cello suites and other works for baroque cello, interspersed with fascinating commentary. Anthony was a soloist and featured performer at the 2017 Newcastle Music Festival, and returns to Australia regularly from his home in London to play with groups such as Pinchgut Opera, the Australian Haydn Ensemble, Van Diemen’s Band, ARCO and Adelaide Baroque. He is also co-creator of Where Song Began, with violinist Simone Slattery.


Disabled access available


From AU$5.00

Adults $25
Concession $20
Under 18 $5

Event Times

17 Mar 2019

Once Only Event


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