Selby and Friends

Friday, 24 May 2019 at 8pm

Kathryn Selby (piano), Andrew Haveron (violin), Timo-Viekko Valve ('cello)

" Tight ensemble work and three master musicians at the top of their game..." Steve Moffat Daily Telegraph, May 2018

"The panorama of sounds of this crowning masterpiece soared as this musical ensemble performed one of Beethoven’s best known chamber works." CultureWorks, March 2018


Tickets for this concert can be purchased in advance



BEETHOVEN - Variations (7) on Mozart’s "Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen" from The Magic Flute, for 'cello and piano, WoO 46

BEETHOVEN -  Violin sonata no 5 in F major, Op 24, Spring

BEETHOVEN – Concerto for violin, 'cello and piano in C major,  Op 56, Triple (Arranged by Carl Reinecke)


About the Artists

Kathryn Selby is one of Australia’s pre-eminent chamber musicians. Her reputation as both a soloist and ensemble pianist is formidable. In this concert, she is joined by two distinguished musicians:  Sydney Symphony Orchestra  Concertmaster, Andrew Haveron and Australian Chamber Orchestra Principal 'Cello, Timo-Viekko Valve. Together, Selby and Friends have an exciting musical chemistry.

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Programme Notes

This concert reminds us that there can be great warmth and intimacy in Beethoven's music. It begins with Beethoven's variations on a theme from Mozart's Magic Flute; piano and 'cello sing of love in its many moods - tenderness, exuberance and yearning. Beethoven's violin sonata  Op 24 explores a lyrical world filled with grace, generosity and elegance. While Carl Reinecke's arrangement of Beethoven's orchestral concerto Op 56 reaches deep emotions with its rich musical textures and powerful expression.

Detailed programme notes will be available closer to the concert date