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"Spiriting the mind away from reality and into the brooding metamorphoses of the nocturnal spirit, the Goldner String Quartet in collaboration with video designer Sean Bacon paid musical and visual homage to the night skies."

The Age reviews the Goldner String Quartet at Melbourne Recital Centre.
The Goldner String Quartet shone in this musical and visual homage to the night skies.
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Musica Viva Australia and Seizure presents Music Makers: The Writers at Late Night Library at Customs House this Wednesday 22nd April at 8pm.

This event will feature ARIA winner Brendan Gallagher of Karma County fame, composer and writer Rosalind Page, and songwriter Roland Kay-Smith who has just released his debut album. The panel will be moderated by FBi Radio, Johanna Roberts and will include live performances.

For more information, and to RSVP to this free event, please visit: http://bit.ly/1D18W9t
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Last night, at the final concert of the 2015 Musica Viva Festival, Artistic Director Carl Vine announced the Hildegard Project, a new program that will commission and champion the works of female composers.

Read more about the Hildegard Project in Limelight Magazine.
The Hildegard Project will commission new works from Australian women composers.
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The 2015 Musica Viva Festival is open and in full-swing! Come on down to the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, The University of Sydney and join in the festivities!

For more information, please visit: www.musicavivafestival.com.au
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Saint Hildegard von Bingen and 23 more of history's most overlooked composers according to BuzzFeed.
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Richard Gill, internationally respected music educator and artistic advisor to Musica Viva In Schools, chats to The Educator about why and how Australia's music education system needs to be addressed on a national level to vastly improve this important part of the curriculum.

For more information on Musica Viva In Schools' program, please visit: www.musicaviva.com.au/education
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To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Goldner String Quartet, we're offering a 20% discount on tickets to their upcoming Australian tour!

To redeem the offer, purchase your tickets online and enter the promo code word ANNIVERSARY. 

The Goldner String Quartet tour Australia 21 April - 12 May and will perform works by Ligeti, Beethoven and Paul Stanhope.
Musica Viva is Australia's largest entrepreneur of intimate concert experiences. Musica Viva In Schools is the largest provider of music education programs across Australia.
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"...artistic director Carl Vine and his team mixed the unfamiliar with plenty of exciting new works for this fourth biennial bash."

Daily Telegraph review the 2015 Musica Viva Festival.
Musica Viva promised a 70th birthday present of a chamber music “hothouse” featuring 60 musicians and it certainly delivered at its festival over four days last week.
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Free Family Mornings will be held every morning at the Musica Viva Festival April 9 -12 from 10am-12pm. Bring the kids (aged 6 and up) and enjoy the crafts room, a percussion and ukulele workshop, a violin workshop tour, light painting and a film festival!

And remember, it’s free!
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"Booing audiences, coughing punters, and the trill of mobile phones have been simulated to prepare performers for the possible hazards and pitfalls."

Music students are using virtual reality to stimulate a concert hall, The Guardian reports.
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Musica Viva Festival presents the Orava Quartet!

The Orava Quartet will perform several works at the 2015 Musica Viva Festival including the Sydney premiere of Ross Edwards’ String Quartet no 3, and a challenging and beautiful selection of chamber music with Karin Schaupp and Narek Arutyunian.

For more information on the festival, and to book your tickets, please visit: http://musicavivafestival.com.au/
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Musica Viva is one of the largest entrepreneurs of chamber music in the world, presenting approximately 2,200 concerts across Australia each year.

Chamber music is alive in Australia!  Explore what is chamber music and learn about Musica Viva's commitment to contemporary chamber music since 1945.

Now led by artistic director, Carl Vine, and CEO, Mary Jo Capps, Musica Viva is Australia's oldest performing arts company.  It was founded in 1945 by violinist Richard Goldner.

The International Concert Season season brings the world's greatest international artists to the concert halls of Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Newcastle and Canberra.

Coffee Concert matinee performances feature the best and brightest of Australia's chamber musicians in Sydney and Melbourne.

And, the bi-annual Musica Viva Chamber Music Festival pairs the world's grand masters of music with the country's rising stars. 

The Musica Viva In Schools program celebrates 30 years of bringing quality music education to schools in metropolitan and regional areas across the country.  And, from 2012, the program will include digital interactive resources to give music teachers the edge in primary music education.  The digital resources can be used on interactive whiteboards and any computer, and make learning music both fun and rigourous.

Musica Viva has further plans to develop young talent across Australia and to tackle the digital world in the coming few years.