The MC Showroom
Level 1, 48 Clifton Street
Prahran VIC 3181

Sunday 8th May 2022 at 4 pm

Tickets $40 Adults / $25 students, conc. & under 16 / Children under 12 free


Due to popular demand (and personal enjoyment!) Deborah Kayser, Andrea Keeble, Nils Hobiger and Anthony Schulz come together to share the music that has inspired them through the past 2 years of lockdowns and continue to influence their creative expression. Performing duets, trios and quartets of arrangements by classical composers Ravel, Britten, Gliere, and Achron as well as Irish folk songs and original music, the concert is truly a celebration of live music in all its diversity.

Deborah Kayser, soprano
Andrea Keeble, violin
Nils Hobiger, cello
Anthony Schulz, piano accordion

Soprano Deborah Kayser performs in areas as diverse as ancient Byzantine chant, French and German Baroque song and classical contemporary music working with Chamber Made, Elision Ensemble and Liza Lim. She was recently granted a luminary award in the Art Music Awards 2021 for her 30 years contribution to Australian new music.

Andrea Keeble is known for her diversity of work as violinist, composer, educator and director of Ad Hoc Collective that includes The David Chesworth Ensemble, The Black Arm Band, My Friend the Chocolate Cake, contemporary classical Silo String Quartet, Aria Award nominated contemporary folk Cosmo Cosmolino and regular guest violinist with MSO.

Queensland cellist Nils Hobiger is a recent Honours graduate on scholarship and has completed the Professional Performance Program at the Australian National Academy of Music. Now based in Melbourne, Nils currently enjoys being a freelance cellist, appearing as a regular guest with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra Victoria.

Anthony Schulz, is an ARIA award winning accordionist. He has performed with ECM Records icon Barre Phillips; the noted jazz vibraphonist Dave Samuels, renowned guitarist Doug DeVries and the MSO. He is currently with Zulya and the Children of the Underground, and a trio with Eugene Ball and Ben Hanlon.

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