Seraphim Trio

Seraphim Trio

Seraphim Trio is widely recognised as one of Australia’s most refined and experienced trios and is praised by critics for its ‘absolute sonic cohesion and uniform musical maturity’.  

In 2014, Anna Goldsworthy (piano) Helen Ayres (violin) and Timothy Nankervis (cello) celebrate 20 years together.  Read reviews, buy CDs, book tickets and view Seraphim's performance schedule on this website.

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2018 Adelaide: Seraphim Weekend Feast - "5, 4, 3"

  • Art Gallery of South Australia North Terrace Adelaide, SA, 5000 Australia (map)

Radford Auditorium, Art Gallery of South Australia

Seraphim Trio is joined by guests artists Andrew Haveron (violin) and Jacqui Cronin (viola), for a diverse and thrilling weekend of chamber music, comprising three concerts of augmenting forces, as the trio expands to piano quartet and quintet. 

Tickets can be purchased online below or by calling (08) 8410 7691

Individual Concerts — $65 Adult / $55 Conc / $20 Student

Weekend Package — $345 Adult / $315 Concession
Includes all concerts and meals over the weekend

Saturday Package — $205 Adult / $190 Concession
‘Romantics’ and Coriole wine dinner

Sunday Package— $165 Adult / $145 Concession
Both Sunday concerts, lunch and panel

Weekend Program

Saturday 6.00pm – Romantics

Korngold Suite for two violins, cello & piano left hand, Op 2
—Refreshments including Coriole wine— 
Schumann Piano Quintet in E-flat, Op 44 

Saturday 7.30pm – Coriole wine dinner

Join the artists and guests from Coriole Vineyards at a private three-course dinner at Art Gallery Food + Wine

Sunday 11.00am – Trios

Mozart Piano Trio in G major, K 496
Jakub Jankowski Trio Number 1 Silhouettes* 
Dvorak Piano Trio Op. 90, Dumky

* Adelaide premiere performance, commissioned through the generosity of Graham Abbott

Sunday 1.00pm – Lunch

Sunday 2.00pm – Art Gallery Tour / talk

This event is free for ticket holdersto any concert

Sunday 3.00pm – Classics

Mozart Piano Quartet in G minor, K 478
Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Op 34