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Three Bridges Festival: Chamber Music in Murray Bridge

A new festival in Murray Bridge offers an unforgettable chance to be immersed in the sumptuous
traditions and innovative spirit of chamber music with South Australia’s finest chamber musicians.

Over two days, talented chamber musicians and ensembles from South Australia will present an
array of performances that promise something for everyone.
The diverse program spans modestly priced ticketed concerts and soundscapes in the theatre of
the Performing Arts + Function Centre, to kids’ music composition workshops and FREE
performances at Murray Bridge Regional Gallery set amidst the Red Heart of Australia touring
exhibition from the National Museum of Australia.

Audiences can enjoy concerts featuring local soundscape composer Jesse Budel, evocative First
Nations songwriter Nathan May paired with a Baroque string quartet, the innovative Kegelstatt
Ensemble and Inkling Trio, as well as rising local pop/acoustic artist Katie Aspel. The program will
include pieces by celebrated composers like Erwin Schulhoff, Osvaldo Golijov and Vivaldi, as well
as contemporary compositions and experimental improvisations.

Keep reading for more info:

Kids’ Workshop: Thea Martin – Sat 20 July 10am / 12pm / 1:45pm
Murray Bridge Regional Gallery – $6 per child/ accompanying adult free
Come on a musical journey creating your own chamber music. No experience needed. Age 5 plus.
Nathan May and Adelaide Baroque: Sat 20 July 11am / 1pm / 12.45pm
Murray Bridge Regional Gallery – FREE – limited seats – booking required
Proud Arabana & Yawuru man Nathan May is joined by Adelaide Baroque string players, amidst the beautiful Red Heart of Australia
Jesse Budel: Sat 20 July 12pm/1:45pm/3:30pm
Theatre – $10 per event/ $7 concession
12pm: Audio Lost and Found
2pm: sanctuary x mill
4pm: Mandala
Inkling Trio: Sun 21 July 10:30am / 12pm / 1:30pm
Murray Bridge Regional Gallery – FREE – limited seats – booking required
This innovative trio have roots in traditional, folk and classical styles, with jazz and modern grooves.
Katie Aspel: Sun 21 July 11:15am/12:45pm/2:15pm
Murray Bridge Regional Gallery – FREE – limited seats – booking required
Katie is a proud Ngarrindjeri/Gunditjmara and rising pop/acoustic artist, sharing stories of life, love and

Three Bridges Festival is presented by Chamber Music Adelaide in partnership with Murray Bridge
Regional Gallery and Murray Bridge Performing Arts + Function Centre


Three Bridges Festival 2024 — Chamber Music Adelaide



Jul 20 - 21 2024