The celebrated British violinist joins 34 other world-class soloists in Townsville for this year’s chamber music festival.

The Australian Festival of Chamber Music, one of the country’s most highly anticipated annual events, has announced the world-class roster of international luminaries who will be appearing in Townsville this July. In total, 34 outstanding soloists and 5 acclaimed ensembles will head for the winter sun of North Queensland. This year, the nine-day festival reflects the close relationship Artistic Director Piers Lane shares with his adopted home of the United Kingdom. The programme will be headlined by two world-renowned British stars: violin virtuoso Tasmin Little and baritone Roderick Williams.

 AFCM Artistic Director Piers Lane

Since the 1980s, Little has been one of the UK’s most celebrated classical artists. With a discography of over 20 albums and a career that has featured performances with many of the world’s great orchestras, including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic, Little can easily be considered one of Britain’s most...