Morning Serenade: ANAM at MPavilion

Explore two rarely heard musical gems in this special performance by musicians from the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM).  

Hungarian composer Ernő Dohnányi’s Serenade from 1904 captures a forward-thinking spirit in his work for string trio. This work is complimented by a masterful duet for violin and double bass from the Finish composer Jaako Kuusisto, full of rhythmic drive and kaleidoscopic set of colours.   

MPavilion is Australia’s leading architecture commission. Conceived and created by Naomi Milgrom AC as an initiative of the Naomi Milgrom Foundation, MPavilion celebrates a decade as the country’s cultural laboratory in 2024 by welcoming Pritzker Prize Laureate Tadao Ando as the tenth MPavilion designer.

As part of MPavilion’s five-month festival of free events, ANAM musicians will give three performances in this iconic design space in February 2024. 

Jaako KUUSISTO Miniö 
Ernő DOHNÁNYI Serenade   

Louise Turnbull (VIC) violin  
Jamie Miles (VIC) viola  
Noah Lawrence (VIC) cello  
Oakley Paul (WA) double bass 

Bookings are not required for this event. Please visit for venue and access information.

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