Twilight Musical Dialogues


Twilight Musical Dialogues 2018 Series

Following our 2017 season which traversed the globe, our 2018 Season embraces passionate musicians who are also great thinkers, “Musical Luminati”.

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Twilight Musical Dialogues series is led by acclaimed flautist Sally Walker, featuring collaborations with some of Australia’s finest musicians.

In 2017: Tamara Anna Cislowska, Elena Kats-Chernin, Sally Whitwell, Daniel Rojas-Gonzales, Gabriella Pusner, Christopher Allan and David Greco and in 2018, Omega Ensemble, Aiko Goto, Rachel Scott, Andrew Chubb, Peter Guy as well as international guest, Neurologist/Flautist Prof Eckart Altenmüller.

Each recital is delivered in a deft mix of humour and pathos, with the music unified by each concert’s thematic framework. Each recital features a local young performer. All recitals take place in the Adamstown Uniting Church, Newcastle and are preceded by a wine-tasting.

The Twilight Musical Dialogue concert series was established to:
– Present and tour international and national Chamber Music musicians via 4 concerts in Newcastle throughout the year and 1 in a regional area
– Develop appreciation for classical Chamber Music in the Hunter Region through audience development practices
– Provide professional development opportunities for emerging classical musicians and Arts Management outside the major capital cities,
– Provide professional collaboration opportunities for emerging classical musicians with international artists
– Provide the opportunity for the creation and performance of new works •Partner with arts organisations and businesses, locally and nationally

Donations are used for:

Artist fees
Administrator fees
Hall Hire
Piano Tuning
Print Media
Public Liability Insurance


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Having once again traversed the globe in 2016 for recitals in a 500 year
old monastery in Israel as well as guest appearances with the Australian
Chamber Orchestra at both the Edinburgh and Tanglewood Festivals alongside Barry Humphries, Sally Walker is set to step-up to artistic direction with her own series of recitals, each concert focussing on a different continent, that bring her world of music to her home town of Newcastle.


William Cant