23 — 25 November
Under 30 $25
The end of year Chamber Music Festival pays tribute to one of music’s most original innovators, American, George Crumb. ANAM musicians perform Crumb’s masterworks Makrokosmos, Black Angels, and Vox Balaenae, alongside music by composers including Jennifer Higdon, Ross Edwards, Osvaldo Golijov and Edgard Varèse. Experience a program guided by these visionary composers’ shared pantheistic curiosity and unbound imagination.
Booking gets you access to all four performances. If you’d like to book a specific session, click below.
Dreaming a Sound
23 November, 7pm
24 November, 7pm
A Playful Afternoon
25 November, 1pm
Music for a Summer Evening
25 November, 4pm
The Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) is dedicated to training the most exceptional young classical musicians from Australia and New Zealand. It is the only professional performance training institute of its kind in Australia, and one of few in the world.
ANAM musicians fly between the stage and the studio; performing in over 180 events each year and receiving more than 60 hours of one-on-one training and hundreds of hours of coaching from an esteemed Faculty and impressive list of national and international guest artists. From taking meditation classes, singing Bach chorales, laying down a concerto, or building a buzz around their forthcoming gig, to learning how to work a scale, work a fugue, work a room, or work towards securing a vibrant future for classical music. They find themselves sitting cross-legged on the floor with a class of local third graders one day, to performing with the world’s finest artists on stages all across the country the next.
With an outstanding track record of success, ANAM alumni work in orchestras and chamber ensembles around the world, performing as soloists, contributing to educating the next generation of musicians, and winning major national and international awards.
ANAM aims to inspire these future music leaders and encourages audiences to share the experience.
The Rosina Auditorium is wheelchair accessible through the Rosina Courtyard entrance.
Gender diversity is welcome at the Convent, and patrons are welcome to use any restroom that matches their gender identity or expression. There are both gendered and gender-neutral toilets available close to the venue. View the Public Toilet Map to find a bathroom of your preference.