Infinite Horizons of Sound

In conjunction with the exhibition ‘Infinite Horizons’- a major retrospective of the work of one of Australia’s greatest painters, Fred Williams – the Australian String Quartet will present a fascinating concert of Australian music that reflects the landscape that inspired Williams’ iconic paintings.

This is a unique opportunity to hear the Australian String Quartet, one of Australia’s finest ensembles, in a program that includes Richard Meale’s elegaic ‘Cantilena Pacifica’, Peter Sculthorpe’s evocative Quartet No.11 ‘Jabiru Dreaming’, Stephen Whittington’s minimalist classic ‘Windmill’, and the world premiere of ‘Distant Front’ for quartet and computer by Luke Harrald.

Relax after the concert with a free glass of wine and meet the quartet and composers Stephen Whittington and Luke Harrald.

Admission: $45; $35 Art Gallery & ASQ Members and concession. With concert admission you can also see the Fred Williams exhibition at a discount price of $10.
Bookings: or Tel.:(08) 8207 7035

Jointly presented by The Art Gallery of South Australia, the Australian String Quartet, and the J.M.Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice, University of Adelaide.

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