Concert Review: Testament/ Acacia Quartet
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Concert Review: Testament/ Acacia Quartet

Testament, Acacia Quartet 19 May,2019 The Independent Theatre, North Sydney Written by Ria Andriani Acacia Quartet’s programme Testament, was a rich offering, from the ice-breaker Mozart, to Alice Chance, reflective Mansurian and luscious Debussy. Mozart’s String Quartet in C major, K465, nicknamed ‘Dissonance’ offered a good introduction to the group’s character and musicality. Though considered dissonant…

Acacia Quartet’s ‘Testament’ Ranges From The Classical To The Contemporary
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Acacia Quartet’s ‘Testament’ Ranges From The Classical To The Contemporary

Acacia Quartet Acacia Quartet presents Testament, a spectacular concert that ranges from the classical to the contemporary via the impressionistic.  Testament features a searing work of the same name by Lebanese-Armenian composer Tigran Mansurian as well as string quartet by Mozart, Debussy and celebrated young Australian composer Alice Chance. Mansurian’s piece is a five-minute Lento,…