Musica Viva was founded in by Romanian-born violinist Richard Goldner , with the aim of bringing chamber music to Australia. The co-founder was German-born musicologist Walter Dullo. In Musica Viva was a string ensemble performing chamber music to small groups of European immigrants; by , Musica Viva had become the largest chamber music presenter in the world. Hywel Sims is the CEO.
Concert video: BRSO, Magdalena Kožená and Sir Simon Rattle
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Musica Viva Australia was founded in by Romanian -born violinist Richard Goldner , with the aim of bringing chamber music to Australia. The co-founder was German-born musicologist Walter Dullo. In Musica Viva was a string ensemble performing chamber music to small groups of European immigrants. In , Musica Viva has become the largest chamber music presenter in the world. Musica Viva also runs one of the largest music education programs in Australia, Musica Viva In Schools, which reaches around , school children each year. Hywel Sims is the CEO. The Artistic Director is conductor and author Paul Kildea. Musica Viva's heritage is grounded in the vision of one man - Richard Goldner - a Romanian -born violist who had trained in Vienna. Goldner arrived in Australia as a refugee in but maintained his strong connections with many of the most respected musicians in Europe.
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