Jonathan Kelly, Principal Oboe of the Berlin Philharmonic, has agreed to join the lineup at the Sanguine Estate Music Festival. He brings works by 20th century luminaries Britten and Dutilleux, both firsts for Sanguine Music Festival.
The other international guest is prize-winning young violinist Benjamin Baker, who is being mentored by the ultra-exclusive Young Classical Artists Trust (London and new York), appearing as soloist at Wigmore Hall, the Kennedy Centre as well as throughout Europe and the US.
Making their Sanguine Music Festival debut are the esteemed Concertmaster of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and well-known chamber musician, Natsuko Yoshimoto, and the remarkable young violist Liz Woolnough. Sanguine Estate Music Festival will also be welcoming back SEMF family; Ian, Tobi and Sara.
Repertoire includes thrilling works by Beethoven and Dvorak, a little-known trio by Mendelssohn, song cycles by Ravel and de Falla as well as a haunting one by Vaughan Williams. George Onslow makes a return, and is joined by Napravnik and Josef Miroslav Weber, a remarkable Czech composer of the late 19th century. And with Sara and Jonathan together, how could the team not program a Bach cantata to close the festival?
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