Barossa Chateau Classics

The Barossa has seen an absence of regular classical music events for some years, so it is with great pleasure that we announce the Classics return through Barossa Chateau, a collaboration between presenters Mark and Mandy Creed and curator and Violinist, Niki Vasilakis, Young South Australian of the year 2008, presenter of the popular television series Classical Destinations and star of the film 4.

The classics series offers a customary Barossa experience combining stunning food, luscious wines and of course captivating music, a hospitable tradition the regional is famous for, and all of which taking place in one of the Barossas iconic chateaux.

these concerts will be an intimate exchange of the great classics between the audience and wonderful musicians, surrounded in the most beautiful setting of the Barossa Chateau. A feast for the senses Niki Vasilakis.

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Barossa Chateau and its magnificent rose garden were opened by HM Queen Elizabeth in 2002. A boutique winery cellar door, expansive Barrel room, and of course the grand formal hall filled with precious art and antiques, a breathtaking scene not unlike the salons and gallerys of Europe. Mark and Mandy are enthusiastic about increasing the artistic profile of the venue, a unique space which provides a stunning backdrop for an intimate soire with a series of Classical concerts. With Nikis musical direction, the long term goal is to further develop and cultivate ongoing world class classical music programs.

The Barossa Chateau combines with Mark and Mandys other venture Lyndoch Hill to cover a combined 25 acres, over 30,000 rose, winding pathways, and mature trees and shrubs. Pre-concert dining is available at the premier Lyndoch Hill restaurant, the architecturally distinctive structure is a Barossa landmark elevated above the accommodation, and with tall glass walls, visitors can take in the garden, the Barossa, and the ranges beyond! The Creeds are nurturing this little enclave as a place of passion. . . . for food, wine, gardens, music, and more!

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