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Adelaide Festival and Fringe on campus

Adelaide Festival and Fringe on campus

Adelaide Festival and Fringe on campus

We're hosting a range of Festival and Fringe events during March, including concerts from some of the biggest names in classical, jazz and folk music.

The Festival @ Lunch series will feature 10 back-to-back concerts each weekday at Elder Hall from Monday, 5 March. Performers include violinist Sophie Rowell, tenor Robert McFarlane, pianists Konstantin Shamray, Mark Isaacs and Stephen Whittington, the Benaud and Elder Trios, cellist Nicholas Bochner and jazz musicians Three Lanes.

World acclaimed percussionist and Elder Conservatorium graduate Nick Parnell will join renowned pianist Simon Tedeschi for Virtuosi, also at Elder Hall, a spectacular Fringe musical show blurring the lines between classical and jazz.

The Elder Conservatorium Chorale will take to the stage for two Adelaide Festival performances. It is the chorus for film composer Ennio Morricone's concert with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and also Mass by Leonard Bernstein.

Other University venues to feature during the Fringe in March: