2021 Concert Season

FOREST GIN WALK | MONA FOMA

Fancy a stroll on kunanyi, accompanied by the Van Diemen’s Fiddles and not-infrequent stops for gin cocktails? Good.

6pm, Wednesday 20 January 2021
6pm, Thursday 21 January 2021
1pm & 6pm, Friday 22 January 2021
1pm & 6pm, Saturday 23 January 2021
4pm & 7pm, Sunday 24 January 2021 

Walk commences at Fern Tree Tavern

MUSICA VIVA | FEBRUARY

Van Diemen’s Band presents some of the eighteenth century’s most enduring chamber music jewels featuring the mellow sound of organ bass continuo. From the early masterpieces of Corelli’s stunning Opus 3 and Caldara, to later works by Mozart, we travel through France, Italy, Austria and Germany.

7.30pm, Wednesday 24 February 2021

Hobart Town Hall Ballroom

Information and bookings here

Presented by Musica Viva

VAN DIEMEN’S FIDDLES | WHISPERING WALLS

Portland Memorial Hall will be transformed into a portal blending present and past through this live multimedia event.

Van Diemen’s Fiddles are three of lutruwita/ Tasmania’s finest musicians – Julia Fredersdorff, Emily Sheppard and Rachel Meyers. They will make music inspired by dances, stories, people and the land, alongside electronics and visuals from Mac40Media’s Caleb Miller. This world premiere has been curated in response to the communities of St Helens and its surrounds.

When you attend the concert, you will unlock an exclusive audio walk created by the musicians. This geolocated walk will guide you along the Georges Bay foreshore with a soundtrack inspired by the region, including stories of the area shared by locals.

Fri 12 March 2021 7:00 pm
Sat 13 March 2021 2:00 pm
Portland Memorial Hall, 39 Cecilia St, St Helens, Tasmania
Book your tickets here.

Presented by Ten Days on the Island.

VAN DIEMEN’S FIDDLES | HOMEWARD

Before recorded music, fiddlers were the most portable of musicians, and the keeper of the tunes. Van Diemen’s Fiddles explore nostalgic folk tunes from all around the world, including original arrangements of works from the manuscript of Scottish fiddler Alexander Laing, who exported some of the first fiddle music to Tasmania. The walls of the Ross Town Hall will reverberate with nostalgic folk tunes from around the world.

Date: Sunday 14 Mar 2021, 4pm
Ross Town Hall, 12 Bridge St, Makala, Ross, Tasmania
Price: from $30
Book tickets here.

Presented by Ten Days on the Island.