ANAM ArtistsSeraphim Trio and Martin Alexander

Over the last two decades, Helen Ayres (violin 2000), Anna Goldsworthy (piano 1999) and Tim Nankervis (cello 2001) have remained steadfastly committed to chamber music, whether building contemporary repertoire, developing new audiences or teaching the next generation of performers. Inspiring others through intelligent programming and a deep knowledge and love of chamber music, the Seraphim Trio never fails to delight audiences.

On this special ANAM Artists tour, the Seraphims will be collaborating with a superb next-generation artist, Martin Alexander (viola 2016). Having completed his Masters in Music at the University of Massachusetts, he performed in the ACO Collective as an emerging artist before pursuing further study at ANAM. Last year he took part in the Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s Fellowship program, and is now a regular guest with the major Australian orchestras.


Helen Ayres violin
Martin Alexander viola
Tim Nankervis cello
Anna Goldsworthy piano


HAYDN Piano Trio Gypsy
MOZART Piano Quartet in G minor
DVOƘÁK Piano Quartet in E-flat major


Primrose Potter Salon, Melbourne Recital Centre - Melbourne VIC
Wednesday 6 November 6pm

Beleura House and Garden - Mornington VIC
Thursday 7 November 1.30pm

Art Gallery of Ballarat - Ballarat VIC
Saturday 9 November 7.30pm

Barwon Heads Community Hall - Barwon Heads VIC
Sunday 10 November 2.30pm

Albury Chamber Music Festival - Albury NSW
Friday 15 November 7pm
Saturday 16 November 2pm

UKARIA Cultural Centre - Mt Barker Summit SA
Sunday 17 November 2.30pm

Nautilus Arts Centre - Port Lincoln SA
Wednesday 20 November 7.30pm

Macquarie Conservatorium - Dubbo NSW
Friday 22 November 7.30pm

Independent Theatre - North Sydney NSW
Sunday 24 November 2.30pm

“It feels like the Australian National Academy of Music was founded only yesterday. Yet now, enterprisingly, their ANAM Artists program helps bring together distinguished alumni from the corners of the globe for performances back home…” — Adelaide Advertiser


The ANAM Artists program is supported by the John T Reid Charitable Trusts and the Bowness Family Foundation

Photo by Pia Johnson

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