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Aiden Sullivan - Music Recital & Dinner

A unique opportunity to hear exceptional musicians in a relaxed club ambience, and to engage informally with them discussing their instruments, music and experiences.

Aiden Sullivan - Music Recital & Dinner
Aiden Sullivan - Music Recital & Dinner

Time & Location

03 Aug 2024, 6:00 pm

Adelaide, 111 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

About the event

Saturday 3 August, Recital and Dinner

with Aiden Sullivan and Liam Oborne

Concert for Viola and Violin

The Naval, Military and Air Force Club of SA offers members and guests the unique opportunity to hear exceptional musicians in a relaxed club ambience, and to engage informally with them discussing their instruments, music and experiences.

Aiden and Liam will perform a large variety of works including

W.A Mozart, Robert Fuchs, Franz Schubert and Hans Zimmer.

Members will remember Aiden Sullivan as formerly a member of staff at the club who left us in 2022 to do his masters degree in viola in Cologne. Before his departure he performed for us in two wonderful evening recitals.

We are delighted that he has agreed to perform for us again during his next visit to Adelaide in August.

Time: Arrive by 6.00 pm to be seated by 6.15 pm

Price: $99.50 Includes one hour Recital followed by two course dinner

and Club beverages.

Dress: Jacket and Tie

RSVP: By 5pm, Wednesday 31 July 2024

Musician Information

Aiden Sullivan, Viola

Born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia, Aiden received his Bachelor of Music from the Elder Conservatorium of Music at the University of Adelaide, graduating with first class honours under the tutelage of both Keith Crellin and Stephen King.

In late 2022, Aiden moved to Germany to study a master’s degree at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz, Köln.

Since living in Cologne, he has performed in multiple festivals throughout Europe, and has performed and toured with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra as part of their Academy. Alongside his studies, Aiden has won a Stipendium with the Neuss Kammerakademie and performs regularly with the chamber orchestra.

More recently, in the past few months he has performed and toured with the Kölner Kammerorchester, attended the Hellensmusic Chamber Music Festival in Ledbury, England under a German Academic Exchange scholarship. His string quartet “Quartett Mundus” won both the first prize and a scholarship from Erft Classics at the Hochschule’s annual chamber music competition.

Aiden’s studies in Germany are generously supported by the University of Adelaide, the PPCA’s Performers’ Trust Foundation, the Ian Potter Cultural Trust and the South Australian Government through Carclew.

Liam Oborne, Violin

Liam attended the University of Tasmania, where he graduated from a Bachelor of Music (Performance) with First Class Honours in 2016. While completing his degree, Liam studied with Jun Yi Ma and Christopher Kimber, and was the recipient of several scholarships. He has also received several awards including the regional section of the Australian Youth Classical Music Competition, which he won in 2009.

Liam has played as a casual musician with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra since 2016, and has performed as a guest musician with other Australian orchestras including the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, West Australian Symphony Orchestra and the Australian World Orchestra. Between 2017 and 2019 he attended the Australian National Academy of Music, and in 2019 performed with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra as an academist.

Liam became a member of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra in 2020 before relocating to Adelaide in 2023, where he has since been a member of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.

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