Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre


Join JACK Quartet on the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall stage for an unmissable up-late performance.

Following their Melbourne Recital Centre debut, JACK Quartet return to the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall almost immediately; this time inviting audiences to join them on stage for an intimate, up late concert experience.

In this 70-minute encore, the cutting-edge Quartet present works by their American contemporaries including Caleb Burhans’ Contritus – a JACK Quartet staple that was featured in the New York Times article 5 Minutes That Will Make You Love 21st-Century Composers.

Experience the magic of being up close and personal with the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall stage and watch as JACK Quartet delivers ‘…ferociously contemporary repertoire with their impeccable precision’ (San Francisco Classical Voice).

Generously supported by the Robert Salzer Foundation.

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JACK Quartet
Christopher Otto violin
Austin Wulliman violin
John Richards viola
Jay Campbell cello


Juri Seo
Three Imaginary Chansons

Johnny Macmillan
Songs from the Seventh Floor

Christopher Otto
Miserere, after Nathaniel Giles

Caleb Burhans

Austin Wulliman
Hoquetus David, after Guillaume De Mechaut

Gabriella Smith
Carrot Revolution


This production is part of the following series: