Brisbane Festival and Musica Viva Australia present

Jerusalem Quartet

21 Sep
Queensland Conservatorium - Conservatorium Theatre
Musica Viva (AUS)

The internationally acclaimed Jerusalem Quartet returns with a program of masterworks.

The concert opens with Haydn’s well-loved ‘Lark’ Quartet, famously described as ‘A story, a song, a dance, and a party’, and closes with the first of Beethoven’s 'Razumovsky’ Quartets, whose Russian-tinged melodies acknowledge the princely heritage of its commissioner.

At the heart of the program is a work from perhaps Australia's greatest living composer, Ross Edwards. The rhythms of his String Quartet no 3, Summer Dances, reflect the natural world of Australia and give the Jerusalem Quartet a chance to revel in an antipodean sunniness.

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A-Reserve Adult $86

A-Reserve Concession $75

B-Reserve Adult $60

B-Reserve Concession $52

C-Reserve Adult $40

C-Reserve Concession $35



Alexander Pavlovsky (Jerusalem Quartet) Musica Viva and The University of Queensland offer you the opportunity to attend a Masterclass with Jerusalem Quartet’s first violinist, Alexander Pavlovsky. You are invited to observe him working with talented musicians, learning techniques to perfect their craft.


6.30pm - 8pm

Nickson Room (Room 434)

The University of Queensland

School of Music

Sir Zelman Cowen Building,

Staff House Road



Adults: $20

Students/Teachers: $5

UQ Students: Free

(ID required)


or call 1800 688 482

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The Musica Viva Masterclass program is supported in Queensland

by Lyn Hamill & Ian Dover.

Duration : 120 minutes
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Queensland Conservatorium - Conservatorium Theatre

140 Grey Street
South Brisbane
Qld 4101

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Bus: Cultural Centre busway station
Train: South Brisbane train station
Ferry: South Bank ferry terminal
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