A string quartet playing classical works from memory

The acclaimed Vision String Quartet will embark on an extensive concert tour for Musica Viva on its first visit to Australia.
Daniel Stoll, Florian Willeitner, Sander Stuart, Leonard Disselhorst, Vision String Quartet. Photo: Harald Hoffmann

Based in Berlin, Vision String Quartet is an exciting group of multi-award-winning musicians making its professional debut in Australia and touring 12 concerts across the country. Under the umbrella of Musica Viva, the presenter of the tour, the group will visit Newcastle, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Sydney and Adelaide between 21 September and 12 October. Additionally, it will perform as part of Musica Viva’s regional program in Tyalgum, northern NSW and undertake two special presentations of its own music, in partnership with the UKARIA Cultural Centre in Mount Barker, South Australia.   

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Suzannah Conway is an experienced arts administrator, having been CEO of Opera Queensland, the Brisbane Riverfestival and the Centenary of Federation celebrations for Queensland. She is a freelance arts writer and has been writing reviews and articles for over 20 years, regularly reviewing classical music, opera and musical theatre in particular for The Australian and Limelight magazine as well as other journals. Most recently she was Arts Hub's Brisbane-based Arts Feature Writer.