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Friday 12th June, 6-7pm

Christ Church,

Lavender Bay


Friday 19th June, 7-8pm

Pitt Street Uniting Church,

Sydney CBD


Sunday 21st May, 3-4pm

Hunter Baillie Church, Annandale


1919 was something of an historic year for the viola.  Three works, which would come to form part of the instrument's core repertoire, were composed within these twelve months.


Hindemith's sonata is typically romantic in conception, yet forward-looking and techincally thrilling.


The Suite by Ernest Bloch is filled with soulful Hebrew themes, and is a highlight amongst a catalogue of works from Jewish composers emigrating to the USA during this time.


The sonata by English composer Rebecca Clarke is a masterpiece.  Resonance is proud, not only to represent a female composer within a generally male-dominated genre, but also to present this outstanding piece of music.



Resonance prides itself on presenting outstanding, one-hour, early-evening concerts which are informal and sociable. 


The only guest artist to perform every year since the birth of the series, Ella Brinch is an absolute favourite amongst audiences.  Join her for this truly unique and brilliant programme.

P. Hindemith

Sonata for viola and piano, op.11 no.4



Ernest Bloch

Suite for viola and piano (mov. 1)


Rebecca Clarke

Sonata for viola and piano



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