Over 1000 ANAM alumni are making music right across the globe. Here’s a taste of where you can see them performing throughout January…
A must for cello-lovers, alumnus Yelian He (cello 2002) will be appearing in the International Akaroa Music Festival’s ‘Cellissimo’, that will take you on a musical journey from the Spanish flavour of Ramón Jaffé’s and Anna Segal’s ‘Fantasia flamenca’, to Svante Henryson’s bluegrass-influenced ‘Black Run’.
When: January 16, 7pm
Where: The Gaiety Hall, AKAROA, New Zealand
Bookings: Through Events Finder New Zealand
Alumnus Joe Marchisella (percussion 1998) is the backbone of 10-piece funk band ‘Tower’, featuring a collection of the finest East Coast musicians. Dancing shoes are recommended, as they bring soul music back to Brisbane with a concert, live recording and filming all-in-one. They are sure to be the next big thing to come out of BrisVegas.
When: January 20, 8.30pm
Where: The Brisbane Jazz Club, BRISBANE, Australia
Bookings: Through the Brisbane Jazz Club
The Peninsula Summer Music Festival is littered with ANAM alumni this January. Catch Stefan Cassomenos (piano 2010), Aura Go (piano 2009), Tomoe Kawabata (piano 2007), Miranda Hill (double bass 2001), Christian Read (viola 2006), Lotte Betts-Dean (voice 2014), Adam McMillan (piano 2017), Lucy Price (cello 2015), and the Arcadia Winds Quintet. There is no better way to spend the wonderful summer days.
When: January 1-8
Where: Various venues, MORNINGTON PENINSULA, Australia
Bookings: Through Peninsula Summer Music Festival
If you are ready to kick off a big year of Debussy, why not drop-in on the London Symphony Orchestra, with alumna Samantha Wickramsinghe (violin 2000), as they mark the centenary of the composer’s death with the masterworks that established him as the father of Impressionism. Featuring soloist Cédric Tiberghien, this concert will be a testament to the power of music.
When: January 25, 7.30pm
Where: Barbican Hall, LONDON, England
Bookings: Through the London Symphony Orchestra