THIS year’s Tasmanian Chamber Music Festival will kick off with a day-long fringe event at New Norfolk on October 14. It was announced earlier today that the program had been designed to be accessible for the whole community.
The day will begin with a concert by the Sequenza Trio, joined by the New Norfolk Motet Choir. There will also be an exhibition in the Barracks Gallery at Willow Court and the Derwent Valley Concert Band will play at the New Norfolk Market.
In the early afternoon there will be a concert by the Tasmanian String Quartet and clarinetist Andrew Seymour playing works by Mozart and Jabra Latham. In early evening, patrons will be able to enjoy jazz and refreshments whilst touring the Nurses Quarters and Ladies Cottage at Willow Court.
The Tasmanian Chamber Music Festival will take place from October 20-22, taking in St David’s Cathedral, Government House and the Hobart Town Hall before moving to Valleyfield and the Agrarian Kitchen at New Norfolk.