Sally Walker: live concert reviews

Sally Walker: live concert reviews
June 24, 2017 Jacqueline

From Canberra International Music Festival 2021:

“Opening the first ‘Greatest Mozart’ concert was Mozart’s Flute Quartet in D Major KV285. Here, Sally Walker, playing a gorgeously toned classical flute, was accompanied by Rachael Beesley on violin, Simon Oswell on viola and Daniel Yeadon on cello…. The entire performance was charming. The outer movements were well-paced, bright and clear, with the Adagio featuring beautifully measured pizzicati from the strings in support of the flute. Walker’s fast runs in the third movement were even and smooth, adding a delightful lightness.”
Limelight Magazine, May 2021

Live performance at Hunters Hill Town Hall, with Simon Tedeschi:

“Walker and Tedeschi tossed French restraint aside in the passionate teasing of Milonga del Serafin which was written especially for Sally Walker in 2001 by Argentinian composer Coco Nelegatti… a truly mesmerising experience… Interspersed with vignettes about their own musical journeys and their longstanding collaboration, Walker and Tedeschi performed on instruments so different in timbre and sound production but which contrast and complement each other so well in their hands. Simon Tedeschi proved himself to be as skilful an ensemble player as he is a soloist and Sally Walker is, I believe, Australia’s best flautist.”
Sounds Like Sydney, June 2021 (full review here)