The divine music of Schubert, Brahms, Bartók, Shostakovich, Kodály and a world premiere by Kate Moore will pulse through Victoria’s Southern Grampians across these effervescent three-day festivals.
With intimate concerts in the charming Mt Sturgeon Woolshed and Myers’ Library and the warm hospitality of the iconic Royal Mail Hotel, tickets to this festival are in high demand.
Dunkeld is a truly magical regional environment within the Southern Grampians and lends a unique charm to this sought-after highlight of the ASQ’s touring calendar.
8.00pm – Opening Concert
Myers’ Library and Garden
11am – Morning concert
Mt Sturgeon Woolshed
12.30pm – Picnic lunch
2pm – Afternoon Concert
Myers’ Garden and Library
5.45pm – Drinks and canapes
6.30pm – Evening Concert
Sterling Place Community Centre
8pm – Gala dinner
10.30am – Finale concert
Schubert, String Quartet no 14 in D minor “Death and the Maiden”
Kate Moore, New Work for String Quartet WORLD PREMIERE*
Shostakovich, Piano Quintet in G minor op 57
Beethoven, Piano Trio in D major, op 70 no 1 “Ghost”
Brahms, String Quartet op 51 no 1 in C minor
– Admission to all concerts
– Picnic lunch, twilight drinks and canapés, gala dinner on Day Two,and morning tea on Day Three
– Fine wines
– Souvenir program and guide to the weekend
Accommodation will need to be secured by patrons ahead of the Dunkeld Festival of Music. Accommodation options are limited in Dunkeld, so it is advised that it is secured early. If you are interested in attending, our preferred accommodation supplier is the Royal Mail Hotel. For other accommodation options, click here.
Program and schedule subject to change
Photo: Shane Reid