NATSUKO

Brisbane Music Festival presents

One of Australia’s top classical music superstars, Natusko Yoshimoto is highly regarded as one of the countries best artists. For eleven years she was the concertmaster of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and is a former leader of the Australian String Quartet. In partnership with Brisbane Music Festival Artistic Director Alex Raineri, Yoshimoto performs three staple works of the violin + piano repertoire.

This promises to be a major highlight of the 2021 Brisbane Music Festival, not to be missed!

DATES

7.30pm, Thu 19 Aug

TICKETS

General Admission: $50 + booking fee
Concession: $30 + booking fee
Student: $20 + booking fee

Booking fee $0.50 per ticket purchased

VENUE

New Benner Theatre
Metro Arts, West End

DURATION 

60 mins

THE ARTISTS

Natsuko Yoshimoto
Born is Japan, Natsuko Yoshimoto has been in great demand as a soloist, chamber musician and a concertmaster and has held positions as a leader of many of the esteemed chamber groups and orchestras such as the Australian String Quartet, the Grainger Quartet and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. She has collaborated in chamber music with players like Pinchas Zukerman, Heinz Holliger, Anthony Marwood and Stephen Kovacevich and has frequently performed with many of the Australia’s top chamber groups. She lives in Brisbane and is a member of Ensemble Q and teaches at the Queensland Conservatorium and University of Queensland. 

Alex Raineri, Artistic Director
Described by Limelight Magazine as “a soloist of superb virtuosic skill and musicality”, Australian classical pianist Alex Raineri (b. 1993) is internationally active as recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician. International performances include tours throughout California, South-East Asia, United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Germany and Austria. He is the Artistic Director of the annual Brisbane Music Festival and is a passionate exponent of contemporary music having given over 130 World Premieres to date.

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