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KIN (M): Sci-fi Action Movie From Sibling Co-Writers/Directors Jonathan and Josh Baker ~ Film Review
Hickinbotham Hall at National Wine Centre, Sun 18 Feb.
[EVENTS/MUSIC – SA]
What a beautiful way to spend Sunday morning! Hear the lovely clear voices sharing songs of love and love-gone-wrong, accompanied by the rich tones of a baby grand piano. Sung in the original German, we were treated to some of Brahms romantic favourites, and some not so well known compositions.
Each set was introduced by the artists with a fresh, youthful interpretation, and a little bit of cheekiness thrown in. The four artists presented a variety of solos, romantic duos and quartets. Brahms likened the Mezzo and Bass as the ‘indifferent ones’ and the Soprano and Tenor as those who ‘come to the party’. They certainly did!
With a light and playful mood, a crowd all frocked up and a room full of white tablecloths and jam and scones on offer, we enjoyed a delightful concert.
Brunch With Brahms continues at National Wine Centre, at various times until Sun 18 Mar.
Book at FringeTIX on 1300 621 255 or adelaidefringe.com.au. Click HERE to purchase your tickets.
Image courtesy of Emma Knights Productions