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Festival Wrap - 20th Bangalow Chamber Music Festival 2023

Updated: Sep 1, 2023

4 days, 26 musicians, 14 hours of music, 12 events,

2 sold out concerts, 3 standing ovations

Orava Quartet, Quartet in Residence 2022 - 2024, with Nina Korbe

"The 20th Bangalow Chamber Music Festival was entertaining and edifying in equal measure and the intimacy of the performances made it very special indeed. It's wonderful to see the musicians enjoying their collaborations so much and the solo star turns were revelatory. Emma Sholl's performance of CPE Bach's Flute Concerto in D Minor was nothing short of spectacular."

- Phil Brown, InQueensland

Hyung Suk Bae with Maxwell Foster

"They say it takes a village... well, Bangalow is that village and the endless efforts from mentors, sponsors, teachers, keeping the music and talent alive, is worthy of note, with Tania Frazer doing a herculean heavy-lifting event every year, for over twenty years.

Keep the arts alive and ‘get with the program’."

- Marika Bryant, Australian Stage

One of three standing ovation, after Konstantin Shamray's performance of Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody on a theme by Paganini.

Nina Korbe with Vatche Jambazian, at the Ninbella Gallery for the sold out concert of Up Late, (But Not!)

'[Up late, (But Not!)] was the highlight of the festival!' - Festival Subscriber

'The quality of the soloists was absolutely mind-blowing.' - Festival Subscriber

'It was impressive and inspiring in so very many ways.' - Audience Member

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21st Bangalow Chamber Music Festival 2024

15th - 18th August 2024

A&I Hall, Bangalow, NSW


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