Lovers of classical music, rejoice

Australia's most significant string quartet, whose international renown stretches as far afield as Europe, Korea, New Zealand and the US, is coming to the A&I Hall, in Bangalow this Saturday, July 21.

The Goldner Quartet takes its name from Richard Goldner, founder of the original Musica Viva Australia.

With such acclaimed players as Dimity Hall and Dene Olding on violin, Irina Morozova on viola and Julian Smiles playing cello, expect the music of Beethoven, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky in glorious country hall fidelity.

Tickets are available at Mullumbimby Bookshop, Barebones Art Gallery Bangalow, Mary Ryan's Books in Byron Bay or at the door for $40/35/10. The majesty begins at 2pm.


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