The Australian National Academy of Music has announced its 2019 season, with guests including UK a cappella octet VOCES8, the LA Philharmonic Wind Quintet and Gábor Takács-Nagy (of Takács Quartetfame).

“ANAM is about helping our finest young musicians become our future leaders and ambassadors of the arts,” said ANAM Artistic Director Nick Deutsch. “We aren’t only about training musicians, but teaching them to learn by awakening curiosity, so that the learning process continues for the rest of their lives. Fostering an environment in which to be innovative, push boundaries, and create music that is applicable to today’s world and speaks to today’s society. ANAM’s 2019 Season invites musicians and audiences alike to join in on a transformative journey, exploring a diverse range of music alongside some of the finest national and international artists. It is with immense pride and gratitude that I’m able to share it with you all.”

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ANAM’s Melbourne Recital Centre series features four concerts across the year, with Nicholas Carter conducting the ANAM Orchestra in Beethoven and Bruckner’s Fourth Symphonies in May, Benjamin Bayl leading Bach’s B Minor Mass...

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