Kaleidoscope is an Arts Magazine program designed to bring the music, drama and literature in the Adelaide community, and wider afield, to 5mbs listeners. It is presented by Emily Sutherland. and can be heard each Wednesday at 6.00pm with a repeat on Saturday 11.00am.or listen to the podcast.
Join Kaleidoscope this week for a celebration of JS Bach and Family, including the Goldberg Variations as you have never heard them before, Baroque Dancing and the Alexander Technique, and the story of a young Australian tenor who struck gold in Verona, Italy.
Known as Tipi, the Principal Cello talks about the next Australian Chamber Orchestra concert –
A Bach Family Reunion. He plays a Brothers Amati cello, built in 1616, even before Bach was born. (1685).
Music to be played includes cantatas, and JS Bach Concerto for Two Violins in D minor, BWV1043
Born in Queensland, but with an impressive career forged in Europe, in opera, musical theatre and as a recording artist, Paul is presenting Viva L’Italia at the Regal Theatre on 27 May 7.30pm
Hear Arias, music from The Phantom of the Opera, The Prayer and other favourites.
Alexander Technique Teacher
Rosalind has researched much of the history of the man whose methods have helped numerous people and produced an DVD which you can buy from her directly.
Rosalind is also offering a session to explore Baroque Dancing at 10 Union Street, Dulwich on Sunday May 29th 2.00pm to 3.30pm. Numbers are strictly limited and she asks that you contact her to register your interest.
Andrea Lam, New York-based Australian pianist and jazz musician Paul Grabowsky are presenting two interpretations of the Goldberg Variations by JS Bach; as Bach composed them and how he might have composed them had he been a jazz musician.
A Musica Viva concert at Adelaide Town Hall 15 June 7.30pm.
This concert will be live-streamed on 25 June 7pm AEST. Tickets are $25 and include a 48hour rewatch period.
Purchase tickets for either concert or livestream now