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After a stunning premier season in 2022, the St. John’s ‘Festival of Chamber Music’ returns in 2023 with a dazzling series of seven concerts, featuring soloists and musicians of Australian and international renown. Presenting a diverse and adventurous program featuring some of the best chamber music ever written, the series promises to thrill and inspire.

Robert Macindoe violin | Isin Cakmakcioglu violin
Lisa Grosman viola | Rachel Atkinson cello

The Fidelio Quartet has been described as one of the most exciting new forces on the concert stage of Melbourne. In 2019, the Quartet completed the three-year-long Melbourne Beethoven Quartet Cycle, performing all 16 Beethoven Quartets at the Melbourne Recital Centre. Last year, the Quartet completed their first year as Artists in Residence at St John’s Camberwell, with a diverse program of Chamber Music. The four musicians offer a wealth of experience, having performed the symphonic repertoire countless times. The Quartet members have shared the concert platform and toured internationally together for decades in the Melbourne Symphony. They have performed together for ABC Classic FM broadcasts, MSO Chamber Players, ABC Sunday Live Programs and chamber music performances with visiting MSO soloists. They have performed in much of Europe, Asia and throughout Australia to great critical acclaim.

“As Beethoven specialists, it’s little wonder this outfit displays a
richness of tone ideal for the repertoire, capable of elegant flexibility
but with a wonderfully bold, heart-on-sleeve edge.”
– Maxim Boon The Age –

Festival of Chamber Music 2023

The Fidelio Quartet


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