Brandenburg One is the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's inventive new digital stage. Click the image above of Artistic Director Paul Dyer to hear about the stunning new Bach Series and more. After Paul's message, scroll down the page and slide across the video carousels to discover more.
The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra specialises in historically informed performance of early music on period instruments. Click the image above of Joanna Butler tuning the harpsichord or scroll down the page and slide across the video carousels to discover more.
Meet the musicians of the ARIA award-winning Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Discover more about your favourite Brandenburg musicians in a series of entertaining profiles. Click the image above of the orchestra or scroll down the page and slide across the video carousels to discover more.
Meet the musicians of the critically acclaimed Brandenburg Choir. Discover more about your favourite Brandenburg singers in a series of engaging profiles. A short video about our choir will be available soon. For now, scroll down the page and slide across the video carousels to discover more.
Avi Avital performs Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto in D major for lute, strings & continuo, RV 93, arranged for mandolin, with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Recorded live at City Recital Hall in 2014.
Described by The Guardian UK as "an impressive Handelian, with a thrilling top register", countertenor Russell Harcourt accompanied by Heidi Jones on harpsichord/chamber organ, performs four arias by Handel, Vivaldi and Porpora.
Look behind the curtain and hear from the Video Director of the Bach Series in an insightful interview filled with candid shots of Brandenburg musicians working alongside one of the leading video technology and production companies for entertainment in Australia, TDC.
In this insightful interview, Marianne Yeomans reminisces how her sister helped awaken her passion for Baroque music and her affinity with JS Bach's solo works. She also fields your fabulous audience questions!
In this insightful interview we chat to Rafael Font about his journey to becoming a professional musician, the first piece of Bach that he ever learned and three things that he would never leave home without.
In a special at-home conversation, Baroque cello Anthea Cottee talks about her first performance for the Bach Series, her journey as a cellist and her insights as a psychologist on the healing qualities of music.
In an engaging interview, Principal Baroque Flute/Recorder Melissa Farrow talks about her journey becoming a professional musician, her affinity with the music of JS Bach and what she would do if she found a ten million dollar lottery ticket.
In a fascinating conversation, Principal Theorbo/Baroque Guitar Tommie Andersson talks about his past life as a Swedish rockstar, demonstrates three of his favourite lutes and proposes a burning question to ask JS Bach if they bumped into each other at the pub.
Basset Clarinet Craig Hill discusses his lifelong love affair with the clarinet, demonstrates his rare instrument and performs an excerpt from Mozart's sublime Concerto for basset clarinet in A major, K 622