It’s not often my two lives in music and law intersect but this weekend I will be performing at the High Court of Australia in a public concert.
The High Court of Australia presents a concert series free of charge to the public (registration prior is essential for security reasons). It is a wonderfully diverse series supported by the ANU School of Music.
In the concert this Sunday I will be performing with colleagues in a string octet two works, the famous Mendelssohn String Octet Op. 25 (1825) and the lesser known (but equally brilliant) Spohr Double Quartet No. 1 (1823).
These concerts usually attract a full house. You can register for the concert this Sunday, 29 July 2018 at 1.30pm here.
Photography credit: Peter Hislop (taken from HCA website)