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"Imagine eight different fruits and spices in a smoothie. They mix and mingle into one delicious conglomerate, but the separate elements are still recognisable."

The Advertiser review I Fagiolini's Adelaide concert. The English vocal ensemble perform tonight at the Perth Concert Hall.
I Fagiolini (it means green beans) was founded by Robert Hollingworth in 1986.
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"Whether you prefer Jeff Buckley or Metallica, Vivaldi or Queen reveals a lot about the way you think, according to a new University of Cambridge study."

The Sydney Morning Herald - smh.com.au judges your taste in music.
Whether you prefer Jeff Buckley or Metallica, Vivaldi or Queen reveals a lot about the way you think, according to a new University of Cambridge study.
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Music training, begun as late as high school, may help improve the teenage brain's responses to sound and sharpen hearing and language skills, suggests a new Northwestern University study.
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Musica Viva In Schools is excited to announce the second book in the popular Musicadventures series, Bushwalk!

Follow Eva, wombat, kangaroo, kookaburra and snake on an interactive musical adventure through the Australian bush. Learn about singing, playing, moving and composing.

Bushwalk is available from the iBook store for the special price of $0.99. Download here: http://apple.co/1K4JO6T
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“Music-making ought to be about sharing, actually. And that leads to joy.”

Shirley Apthorp interviews English vocal ensemble I Fagiolini. The group will tour Australia for Musica Viva 25 July - 8 August.
A circus artist suspended between heaven and earth on a narrow ribbon. A capella vocal music. A cathedral. What do these things have in common? Everything, to I Fagiolini. That particular match of ...
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Musica Viva In Schools is thrilled to launch a brand new interactive book series, Musicadventures!

Perfect for use in the classroom or at home, Musicadventures takes your students on a musical journey. The first book in the series, Lir Ilir, features a range of fun activities, taking students on a journey through the wonderful music, culture, society and environment of Java.

Download Musicadventures for iPad here: https://itunes.apple.com/au/book/lir-ilir/id927110338
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"I Fagiolini demonstrated not only technical excellence but a palpable desire to share with their audience the emotional breadth of 500 years of Western vocal music."

Classic Melbourne review I Fagiolini's first Melbourne concert. The English vocal ensemble perform in Melbourne again on Saturday 1 August at the Melbourne Recital Centre.
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We are thrilled to announce the launch of FutureMakers, Musica Viva's exciting new artist development program. The first program features young woodwind ensemble the Arcadia Quintet.

For more information, please visit: www.futuremakers.net.au
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Congratulations to the Noga Quartet! Winners of the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition!

As part of their prize, the quartet will be performing at our Coffee Concert in Sydney tomorrow morning. Book your tickets to see them here: http://bit.ly/1gJ3OCn
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Got a spare $100,000? Head down to Theme & Variations Piano Services store in Willoughby and pick up a genuine piece of Australian history.
A STEINWAY piano with a fascinating history that will be on sale in Willoughby this Friday, is expected to fetch more than $100,000.
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Limelight Magazine are giving you the chance to win tickets to see English vocal ensemble, I Fagiolini, on their upcoming Australian tour!
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"I suspect that only an English ensemble like I Fagiolini, that takes its sense of whimsy as seriously as it takes its music, could refer to itself as “little beans” while consistently delivering awe-inspiring performances."

Musica Viva's Artistic Director, Carl Vine, on I Fagiolini. The English vocal ensemble will tour Australia for Musica Viva 25 July - 8 August.
In most years Musica Viva’s concerts feature some form of vocal music, from outstanding soloists at one of our festivals to world-class choirs. In this special birthday year our International Conce...
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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.