FIND YOUR MUSICAL ADVENTURE
There are many ways to experience the Festival! Keen to see it all? Our Festival Pass offers the best discount per-concert. Interested in a smaller package? A special Choose Your Own Adventure Pass will give you the flexibility to individualise your festival experience and save 10 per cent across five or more different concerts. A discount is also available if you purchase tickets to all 6 concerts in the Bach for Breakfast series.
You can also purchase tickets to individual concerts - click on the events below for more info and ticket prices. All concerts at the Festival’s home venue, the Fitters’ Workshop, have allocated seating.
The Canberra International Music Festival also supports the Companion Card program. For patrons who require assistance of a companion or carer, please contact the Festival office at 02 6230 5880 to assist with your booking.
If you are visiting from interstate our accommodation partner Doma Hotels is offering excellent rates for its five hotels/apartments in the Realm Precinct, an easy 10 minutes walk to the Fitters' Workshop. Also in easy walking distance, Forrest Hotel is offering a discount to festival patrons for one and two bedroom serviced apartments.
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Free lunchtime concert by Theme & Variations Foundation Young Pianist, Leanne Jin.
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Circa in a dazzling world premiere combining contemporary circus with the best of baroque.
Concert 1 - Bach’s greatest concertos and chorales in the hands of spellbinding artists from around the globe, from Antwerp to Alice Springs.
Concert 2 - Fearless virtuoso Kristian Winther in a rare performance of Bach’s complete works for solo violin.
Concert 3 - Let French marimba trio SR9 sweep you off your feet with elegant music from their new album Alors on danse?
Concert 5 - The seduction and nostalgia of South American song in Los Pitutos’ Australian debut.
Concert 7 - Barbara Blackman Festival Blessing - The Ntaria Ladies Choir with William Barton and the Berlin-based sonic.art sax quartet.
Concert 8 - Bach, Beethoven and Bruckner by ‘one of the best ensembles in the world’, French string quartet Quatuor Voce.
Concert 9 - A musical discovery walk from the rain forest gully to the red centre.
Concert 11 - The festival’s most intimate experience. Music up close and personal in the artists’ studios of Gorman House.
Concert 12 - The living embodiment of the Russian piano tradition, Vyacheslav Gryaznov, in his Australian debut.
Concert 13 - Local history meets outer space – a constellation of performances on Mt Stromlo.
Concert 14 - Two of the world’s great string quartets negotiate over Elgar and Franck.
Concert 15 - ‘The team for the new century’ shines its light on Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Bartók.
Concert 16 - Back to school with three takes on the greatest music teacher of them all.
Concert 17 - Andrew Schultz’s chamber opera based on Helen Garner’s novella, a gripping study of human and musical counterpoint.
Concert 18 - The Well-Tempered Clavier on marimba, a victory of mind over mallets by Chin Cheng Lin.
Concert 20 - New York phenomenon Dan Tepfer takes up the challenge of Bach’s iconic variations and produces his own in real time.
Concert 22 - Canadian Eve Egoyan shows the way for the acoustic piano in the digital century.