AUSTA News 2019
AUSTA is proud to announce Barry Green as the 2020 International Presenter who will be touring Australia in May and June, 2020. AUSTA is currently developing the schedule this tour, so watch this space for updates and locations of workshops and presentations in your state! Specific dates for each state chapter to be advised nt he coming months.Barry is...
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Registration is open for the much anticipated 2019 Strings Festival and Concerto Competition!Head over to the trybooking link below for all the details and information.https://www.trybooking.com/BCJXN
The ASQ are offering two tickets for the price of one as an exclusive AUSTA members offer.MOORE - BEETHOVEN - BRAHMSThis year the Australian String Quartet commissioned Australian composer Kate Moore to write a new string quartet. Entitled Cicadidae, the work is a quintessentially Australian work, evoking sounds of an Australian summer evening relatable to us all. The ASQ tours...
The dates for the AUSTA 2021 National Conference have been confirmed so make a note in your forward planner.
Friday 2 – Monday 5 July 2021.
- Friday - pre-conference events and welcome function.
- Saturday through Monday - conference program and events.
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Term 1 Adelaide Student String Orchestra Workshopincluding Adult student groupSunday 31st March 2 - 4:30St Peter's Girls School,Stonyfell Rd,StonyfellEmail Austasa@hotmail.com for music and information https://www.trybooking.com/BAQHS
It has come to my attention that one of the papers I authored and presented at the 2018 AUSTA National String Conference in Perth and included on the AUSTA Website Resources page was flagged as problematic with regards to copyright and permission of some elements of the content. The paper indeed contained images that acknowledge the author Barbara Barber,...
Applications for the WA Charity Orchestra’s April 2019-February 2020 season are now open.WACO ensembles give musicians unique opportunities to make a difference in the community and perform quality repertoire at a high standard. WACO strives to create the best music possible as they fulfil their mission, changing lives through music. To ensure the ensembles are of a high standard and...
The first AUSTA VIC Newsletter was published at the end of 1978 and covered AUSTA events of 1979.The very first newsletter included a report on the National Executive meeting held in November 1978, details about a "Play-In" held in February of 1979 (costing $1.00 per session for adults and 50 cents for students) and a list of Summer Schools...
Did you know that AUSTA VIC can now accept card payments at our events? If payments are accepted at the door, then cash AND card payments can now be processed.
Please note: Events such as the Strings Performers Festival, Paul McDermott Scholarship, VCE Masterclass & String Orchestra Festival require pre-purchase of tickets due to limited numbers.
Celebration of Strings 2018
5 Exciting Orchestras!
Workshops Friday 19 October - Sunday 21 October
culminating in a Concert on Sunday 21 October 3:00 pm
Open to String Students up to Year 8 at SchoolRegistration: https://www.trybooking.com/413759 Bookings close on Friday 21st SeptemberFor further information contact: Stephen Frewen-Lord - firstname.lastname@example.org
NSW Report May 2018We have had a quiet start to the year as we have had a change of president and some new committee members so we have had a lot to learn very quickly.We have a busy few months ahead, with our annual String Festival in June and a pedagogy talk by Goetz Richter in May.Some highlights of...
We have had a fairly quiet start to the year with just one event so far. We held a Bowing Workshop with Rosemary Macphail presenting a session called ‘To Bounce or Not to Bounce – That is the Question?’A variety of violinists, both teachers and students and some cellists came and found that 2 hours disappeared very quickly when...