The Three Masters

The Three Masters

Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms - Violin & Piano.
Sat 16 Sep 2:30 PM

Bellingen Memorial Hall
General Admission
90 Mins
Sat 16 Sep

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Sonata no.21 for Piano and Violin in E minor, K.304

Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonata no.5 for Piano and Violin in F major ‘Spring’ op.24

Johannes Brahms
Sonata no.1 for Piano and Violin in G major op.78

Concert is 90 minutes including an intermission.


Adam Chalabi holds the position of Associate Professor at the School of Music at the University of Queensland and has recently been appointed as Head of Violins at the Australian National Academy of Music. 

He is first violinist of the internationally renowned Tinalley String Quartet and held the position of Concertmaster of Orchestra Victoria from 2009-2014 before assuming the Artistic Directorship of the company from 2013-2014. 
He has appeared as guest concertmaster with major Australian orchestras including the Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland, Adelaide, and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras and has previously been a faculty member at the Australian National Academy of Music.

Born in 1977 Adam Chalabi began his violin studies at the age of 4 with the Suzuki Method before completing his studies at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester under the tutelage of Maciej Rakowski. 

Adam has appeared as soloist with the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra playing Barber Violin Concerto and the Zürich Chamber Orchestra in performances of Bach, Vivaldi, and Schnittke Concerti. He has given performances of Nielsen Violin Concerto in England and Sweden and the rarely performed Alban Berg Chamber Concerto. He has recorded numerous acclaimed CDs for the Decca, ABC Classics and Capriccio labels with Tinalley String Quartet, UQ Chamber Players and Linos Ensemble. 

Adam plays on an 1805 Joseph Panormo violin. He is also very grateful to have been supported by the Countess of Munster, Ian Fleming, and Lawrence Atwell Charitable Foundations.

Daniel de Borah is recognised as one of Australia’s foremost musicians, consistently praised for the grace, finesse and imaginative intelligence of his performances. His busy performance schedule finds him equally at home as concerto soloist, recitalist and chamber musician.

As a concerto soloist he has appeared with the English Chamber Orchestra, London Mozart Players, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra and the Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland, Adelaide and Auckland Symphony Orchestras.

An avid chamber musician, Daniel has appeared at the Musica Viva Festival, Adelaide Festival, Huntington Estate Music Festival and the Australian Festival of Chamber Music. Daniel is a founding member of Ensemble Q, ensemble-in-residence at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University since 2017.

Born in Melbourne in 1981, Daniel studied at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, the St. Petersburg State Conservatory and the Royal Academy of Music, London. Daniel now lives in Brisbane where he serves as Head of Chamber Music at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University.
Sat 16 Sep

Bellingen Memorial Hall

35 Hyde St Bellingen, NSW, 2454