Bach at the Calyx is a series of four free and interactive Sunday afternoon classical music concerts. The perfect pairing of J.S. Bach and other masterworks in the verdant surrounds of the Royal Botanic Gardens. Join us every second Sunday in May, June, July, and August to explore a world of musical treasures and floral blooms starring artists from Australia's leading classical ensembles.
These matinee concerts are family friendly and have a 40 minute running time.
The Marais Project is a celebration of music for the viola da gamba inspired by Marin Marais, the great French virtuoso viola da gamba performer and composer.
Formed by Jennifer Eriksson in 2000, in 2019 the ensemble celebrated its first twenty years with the release of our seventh CD, “The Garden Party.” The ensemble’s original aim was to perform the complete works of Marais – a monumental task which is more than 85% complete. However, over the years we have extended our repertoire beyond the French baroque to include folk music, mediaeval and renaissance repertoire as well as commissioning and recording new Australian works.
The Marais Project is the 2019-20 Ensemble in Residence at Fine Music 102.5.
Presented by Jennifer Eriksson (viola da gamba), Tommie Anderson (lute) & Susie Bishop (violin/vocals).
The Calyx will be observing strict physical distancing and hygiene measures to protect the health of visitors and staff and minimise the spread of COVID-19. The Calyx is restricted to 200 people within the venue, entry to this free public event within our inBLOOM exhibition will be on a first come first served basis.
All visitors will be asked to check in using the Service NSW app on arrival. This includes all members of any family groups, including children.
Please refer to our Covid-19 Update here