Cinque welcomes the Orava Quartet

Cinque welcomes the Orava Quartet
June 24, 2017 Jacqueline

Cinque Artist Management welcomes the Orava Quartet.

Brisbane-based string quartet Orava is known for its passionate and engaging performances, on both the Australian and the world-stage. In addition to stand-out reviews, the Orava Quartet has been recognised through residencies at the University of Colorado, Banff Arts Centre in Canada, and the Bundanon Trust Artist-in-Residence program in Australia, selected for participation in the the Juilliard String Quartet Seminar in New York City and awarded  the Musica Viva Australia Tony Berg Award for ‘Most Outstanding Australian Ensemble’, as well as the Peter Druce Audience Prize at the 2013 Asia Pacific Chamber Music Competition in Melbourne.

The Orava Quartet is currently Ensemble-in-Residence with Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra, and has risen to national attention through major festivals, including the BBC Proms in Melbourne (for which they were named one of the ‘2016 Arts Highlights of the Year’ by arts luminary, Robyn Archer; Musica Viva Festival, Melbourne Festival (where they were again one of the ‘Top 10 Picks’ of the Festival, in the Herald Sun), and Brisbane Baroque, Bangalow and Port Fairy Spring Music Festivals, among others.

Highlights of the Orava Quartet’s 2017 season include the Australian Festival of Chamber Music, the Huntington Estate Music Festival, Queensland Music Festival, Bleach Festival (Gold Coast), Newcastle Music Festival, and featured subscription concerts as part of Camerata’s 2017 season. This year Orava will record its debut album, for worldwide release on a major international label in February 2018.

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