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Updated 28 Jan 2022

Limelight Review: 2022 Opening Gala (ADCH)

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“This was an incendiary performance, with every player seemingly giving at least 110%.”

“… superbly performed, with the clean and clear direction of first violin Natalia Harvey keeping every entrance tight and crescendo well-controlled.”

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Updated 27 Jan 2022

International Musicians Seminar Prussia Cove

In April 2022, Natalia Harvey performs in solo masterclasses held by Prof. Gerhard Schulz in Prussia Cove (UK). The Masterclasses play a vital role in fostering new generations of the world’s most talented musicians, providing musical training of an unparalleled standard. For artists entering a competitive, commercial profession, IMS Prussia Cove offers the opportunity to make important professional connections within the international community.

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Updated 18 Jan 2022

Tchaikovsky in Florence

Guest directed by Natalia Harvey, the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra’s opening program of 2022 includes Victorian composer Ian Munro’s 2009 moving nocturne Black is the Night, inspired by the poetry of Judith Wright, and Tchaikovsky’s iconic Souvenir de Florence for string sextet.

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Updated 17 Jan 2022

Digital concerts & regional tours

2022 offers more digital and regional performances, making chamber music accessible to audiences far and wide. Concerts featuring chamber ensembles led by Natalia Harvey in 2022 can be found on the concert page.

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Updated 15 Nov 2021

String quartets

See concert page for chamber music in December 2021, including the Partridge Quartet and the Rathdowne Quartet. Programs feature Bartok, Mendelssohn and Ravel string quartets.

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Updated 02 Nov 2021

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