Concerts – 2020


Concert Calendar – 2020

In response to COVID-19

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Lyrebird Music Society concerts for 2020 have been postponed. This is informed by advice issued by health authorities in order to minimise the risk and spread of Covid-19 and to prioritise the health and safety of our audience and musicians.

We are busy planning our 2021 concert series featuring Australia’s leading chamber musicians. This will be a celebration of the society’s 100th anniversary and will honour the extraordinary musical contribution of its founder Louise Hanson-Dyer (1884-1962).

We look forward to seeing you in the new year.

DATE CONCERT
March 1Affinity Quartet (string quartet)
April 5CANCELLED – Rebecca Johnson & friends (flute, viola & bass)
May 3CANCELLED – Lloyd van Hoff & Laurence Matheson (clarinet & piano)
June 7CANCELLED – Kristian Chong & Cameron Roberts (piano 4 hands)
July 5CANCELLED – David Soo (piano)
August 2CANCELLED – Dale Baltrop & Laurence Matheson (violin & piano)
September 6CANCELLED – Inventi Ensemble
October 4CANCELLED – Thomas Hutchinson (oboe)
November 8CANCELLED – Vivien Hamilton & Len Vorster (soprano & piano)
December 6CANCELLED – Stephen McIntyre (piano)
 

Concerts are held on Sunday afternoons starting at 2pm and are held at Wyselaskie Auditorium, 29 College Crescent, Parkville.

Ticket Information

Light refreshments are served at the conclusion of each concert when audience members can meet the performers.

Program details are correct at the time of posting but may be subject to change. Enquiries should be directed to the Secretary.

The Society regularly emails concert information to members and other interested parties

If you or your chamber group want to be considered for a future Concert, please submit a proposal to the Secretary.
The proposal should include a list of proposed works, biography details and your general availability. Where possible, provide a performance CD.

Competent recording bodies may record Society concerts for broadcast so long as they do not disturb audience enjoyment. Recording requests must have artist approval and be made in writing to the Secretary four weeks prior to the concert.