Australia’s acclaimed Acacia Quartet is set to warm the hearts of audiences when it performs in Deniliquin and Moama this weekend.
There has been a late venue change for the group’s Deniliquin performance tomorrow.
‘‘Due to other events on in Deniliquin this weekend, we’re moving the performance from the Multi Arts Hall in Cressy Street to our South West Music Regional Conservatorium at 162 Hardinge Street,’’ South West Music director Damien Johnson.
‘‘As a bonus, we do believe it will be much warmer at the conservatorium. It will still begin at 7pm.’’
The Acacia Quartet comprises four remarkable musicians: Lisa Stewart and Myee Clohessy (violins), Stefan Duwe (viola) and Anna Martin-Scrase (cello).
Their diverse careers led them to play in chamber ensembles and orchestras the world over before forming the quartet.
They have just returned from Europe, where they performed by invitation in Berlin.
Described as active and daring, the Acacia Quartet has quickly won great respect for its versatile and inventive programs which couple established repertoire with the unorthodox.
The quartet will also perform at Moama Anglican Grammar at 2pm Sunday.
In Deniliquin it will be supported by the South West Music choir, Con Spirito. The choir, which formed in 2016, has been busy rehearsing its program with conductor Delena Gaffney.
Concert tickets are available online from swmusic.org.au or call 58814736. Tickets will also be available at the door.