9 Mar Thu 7:30 pm
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Language is No Barrier
The majority of this performance is instrumental, with very little speaking, if any.
Level access to seating is available in the stalls when booking aisle seats on either side of the seating map.
When booking your ticket online, you will find seats reserved for people who use wheelchairs clearly marked on the balcony seating map only.
Level access to seating is available in the stalls when booking aisle seats on either side of the seating map. Please note that you will encounter steady declination in the flooring as you enter the venue halls and stalls, and a steady inclination on your return journey to exit the venue.
When booking your ticket, you will find seats reserved for people who use wheelchairs clearly marked on the balcony seating map.
The Federation Concert Hall stalls are level access, with the balcony accessible via a lift in the Hotel Grand Chancellor foyer.
Accessible bathrooms are available on Ground Level, to the left of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra box counter.
All public entry points into the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart building are fitted with automatic glass doors.
More information on Federation Concert Hall here.
Kronos Quartet is suitable for all ages
For 50 years, Kronos Quartet has been a trailblazing force in music, committed to fearlessly exploring ways to reimagine the string quartet experience. An avant-garde icon of extraordinary musical breadth and creativity, Kronos has become one of the most celebrated and influential groups of the modern era.
Founded in 1973, Kronos Quartet’s radically adventurous sound has reshaped contemporary chamber music and has broken down barriers between genres. To celebrate Kronos’ five extraordinary decades the Grammy Award-winning group will perform a carefully curated selection of its ground-breaking repertoire, spanning brand new works and classic arrangements from composers around the world.
Kronos has commissioned more than 1,000 works, released 70 recordings and won more than 40 major awards, including three Grammys, the Polar Music and Avery Fisher Prizes. This legendary ensemble has collaborated with everyone from Steve Reich and Philip Glass to Laurie Anderson, Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Patti Smith and even Big Bird.
The 50th anniversary show marks the debut of Kronos Quartet’s recently appointed cellist Paul Wiancko, performing alongside founder and violinist David Harrington, and long-time members John Sherba (violin) and Hank Dutt (viola).
Kronos’ last visit to Hobart was in 1988. Don’t miss these masters of avant-classical in the performance of a lifetime in 2023.
David Harrington (Violin)
John Sherba (Violin)
Hank Dutt (Viola)
Paul Wiancko (cello)