Musica Viva Australia 2022 Concert Season
Musica Viva Australia Announce 2022 Program
Musica Viva Australia has unveiled their 2022 program, featuring partnerships that span both the country and the world as they bring audiences back to concert halls around Australia to experience a diverse range of live music and the sheer astonishing joy of live performance.
Amogus Trio announced winners of Strike A Chord
The Queensland group took out the Robert Salzer First Prize
Musica Viva Australia have announced Amogus Trio as the winners of Strike A Chord 2021. Hailing from Queensland, the ensemble has been awarded the Robert Salzer Prize, worth $5,000.
Strike A Chord 2021
Finalists and First-Round Prize Winners Announced
Created in 2020 in celebration of Musica Viva's 75th anniversary, Strike A Chord is a chamber music competition open to all secondary students across Australia. With the aim of developing the skills of young musicians, the Competition provides an opportunity for students to explore their creativity and strengthen their ability to work collaboratively in an ensemble.
Recorder virtuoso Genevieve Lacey and harp extraordinaire Marshall McGuire
Presented by Musica Viva Australia
One of the world’s leading recorder players, Genevieve Lacey, and one of Australia’s most sensational harpists, Marshall McGuire, will bring the unique combination of recorder and harp to stages across the country in Bower, from the 10th to 26th July.
Three of Australia's brightest Chamber Music stars come together in June
Musica Viva Australia is pleased to present a very special national tour
Carefully curated by Musica Viva’s Artistic Director Paul Kildea, the trio features three extraordinarily talented soloists, brought together for the very first time to perform works by Mozart and Brahms.
Expansion of Work in Regional Australia
New partnership projects made possible by the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund
The newly announced funding supports work in Mount Gambier (SA), Warrnambool/Port Fairy (VIC) and Mount Isa (QLD), increasing the number of musicians and artists employed, as well as the regional community level reach of the national organisation.