A gift from Australian barrister, human rights advocate, and author Mr Julian Burnside AO QC has established the Chamber Music Australia Chair of Composition at Monash University’s Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music. Read the announcement here
To celebrate the first twenty-five years of Chamber Music Australia, Dr Anthony Grigg – historian, arts administrator, management consultant and CMA Board member – has put together a fascinating history of the organisation. Read it here
In 2014, Chamber Music Australian turns 25! You too can have a hand in the future of chamber music and help us prepare for the next 25 years. Read more about Chamber Music Australia’s 25th Anniversary Have a Hand Fundraising Campaign.
The Governor of Victoria, Chamber Music Australia and Arts Victoria proudly present Cavaleri String Quartet at Victoria’s Government House on Friday 6 December 2013, 5.00pm. Read more
We are thrilled to release the first glimpse of the ABC International documentary about the 2013 Asia-Pacific Chamber Music Competition: Ivory, Strings and Bows.
On October 24 in Shanghai, Amber Quartet - winners of the Monash University Grand Prize at the 2013 Asia- Pacific Chamber Music Competition (pictured here with the Premier of Victoria, the Hon Dr Dennis Napthine) – were invited to perform at the official dinner for the Victorian Government’s Super Trade Mission to China.
Reinforcing CMA’s partnership with Monash University, we were thrilled that Amber Quartet were invited to perform at the official building opening of the joint venture between Monash University and China’s Southeast University – the Joint Graduate School in Suzhou near Shanghai on Thursday, 24 October
Pictured above is Amber Quartet (winners of the Monash University Grand Prize at the 2013 Asia-Pacific Chamber Music Competition), with Professor Wang Cizhao President of the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing (third from left), and Australia’s Ambassador to China, HE Ms Frances Adamson (fourth from left), at a dinner hosted by Ms Adamson to welcome back the two Chinese ensembles - Senso Trio and Amber Quartet – which competed at the 2013 Asia-Pacific Chamber Music Competition in Melbourne.