To assist our presenters in selecting artists from the Regional Touring program in 2022, we have placed the artists into four categories, which can be seen on their tiles on the below.

Book an artist

Each year Musica Viva selects a diverse range of outstanding musicians to feature for touring to regional areas. The artists available for touring in 2022 represent Australia’s best musicians and includes dynamic young ensembles as well as established musicians at the peak of their careers. The programs proposed are inspiring and innovative, with great appeal for varied audiences.

Musica Viva offers regional communities music experiences with lasting impact; both through engagement activities such as residencies, workshops or masterclasses, or simply through the experience of a fantastic concert by truly talented artists.

Travel to centres in regional NSW is subsidised through the support of Create NSW. Musica Viva can book the artists, arrange all travel and accommodation, provide posters, flyers and program information.

If you are interested in bringing an ensemble to your town or city, please contact:

Sean Moloney
Manager, Special Projects & Regional Touring

Andrea Lam


"Something I have not heard in a long time was the sensitivity Lam put into her performance. It was, at one moment, heart-wrenching, at another bold and assured." - Limelight Magazine 

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Andrew Blanch & Emily Granger

Guitar and Harp

Guitar and harp are an exquisite combination that whispers their secrets only in the most intimate and transparent acoustics.

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Daniel Rojas & Apex String Quartet

Tango on piano and string quartet

"In the high-octane performance that unfolds, Rojas and Ensemble Apex Strings stir the passions and seduce our souls." - ★★★★★ Shamistha de Soysa, Limelight Magazine

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Ensemble Offspring

New music on flute, clarinet and percussion

“An injection of warmth and colour with new and recent pieces influenced by, and depicting, birdsong and nature all expertly played with energy and commitment.” – Roger Heaton, Tempo Magazine, UK

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Gelareh Pour's Garden

Meeting of Iranian and Western music

"It might not be classical Persian music anymore, that’s not something I look for, but I use that culture and language and music that I have in my background to create something new in this new environment." - Gelareh Pour

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Golden Gate Brass

Brass Quintet

Formed in 2017 at the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM), Golden Gate Brass is an ensemble dedicated to providing high quality performances of brass repertoire.

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Griffyn Ensemble

New Australian works

I think this is exciting not just for Indigenous composers but for Australian music.  We were once hearing Indigenous culture filtered through the hands of white composers." - Christopher Sainsbury

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Omega Ensemble

Pärt, Messiaen and Lou Bennett AM

‘One of Australia’s most forward thinking chamber music ensembles’ (Limelight)

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Sensory Concerts

Accessible concert for diverse access needs

“Everyone deserves access to high-quality classical music, no matter their age, abilities or background.” - Grace Kim

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The Sentimental Bloke

Classic Australian film with live score

Ian Munro and pianist Aura Go perform Ian’s new score live while the NFSA’s 2019 digitally restored film is played, so that the film may be enjoyed in as close to its original form as possible.

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The Spooky Men's Chorale

Men, singing songs. Some of them are funny

"It takes a rare skill to be very silly, thoughtful, and sing in perfect harmony, but the Spooky Men’s Chorale manage to achieve just that." - Robin Denselow, The Guardian (2015)​

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Sutherland Trio

Piano Trio

"The fabulous playing and teamwork of the Sutherland Trio reached a pinnacle with Ravel’s Piano Trio in A minor.” - Julie McErlain, Classic Melbourne

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Tamara-Anna Cislowska with Dan Golding

Film music with introductions

ARIA Award-winning pianist Tamara-Anna Cislowska presents the music of Joe Hisaishi, whose enchanting scores have graced so many beloved Studio Ghibli films.

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Vocal Detour

A Capella vocal quintet

Vocal Detour is a newly formed Australian vocal ensemble dedicated to engaging and educating its audience in the world of a cappella music. Its members are amongst the most accomplished ensemble singers in Australia and are well versed in a wide variety of styles and genres.

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