Back for an eleventh season, the legendary Fazioli piano recital series returns to the Museum for four stellar performances over winter

SINGLE TICKETS – ADULTS $55, INSTITUTE MEMBERS $45, STUDENTS $35
DOOR SALES - ADULTS $60, INSTITUTE MEMBERS $50, STUDENTS $40
SEASON TICKETS – ADULTS $200, INSTITUTE MEMBERS $160, STUDENTS $140

 

 

FRI 1 JUN, 7PM - 9PM, DOORS OPEN AT 6.30PM

Leslie Howard playing Beethoven, Liszt

Australian pianist and composer, Leslie Howard is best known for being the only pianist to have recorded the complete solo piano works of Franz Liszt.

He has been described by The Guardian as “a master of a tradition of pianism in serious danger of dying out”.

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FRI 24 AUG, 7PM - 9PM, DOORS OPEN AT 6.30PM

Jun Bouterey-Ishido playing Mozart, Chopin, Ravel, Albeniz

Jun Bouterey-Ishido is a young musician to watch. In 2008 Jun won top prize at the National Piano Competition in Kerikeri competing with many others from around the world.

Ian Munro, Australian composer and pianist, commented that Jun "plays like he's been on this planet for 50 years".

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FRI 5 OCT, 7PM - 9PM, DOORS OPEN AT 6.30PM

Read Gainsford playing Liszt, Debussy, Beethoven

Pianist Read Gainsford was recently described in the press as the possessor of “finger-numbing virtuosity and delicately chiseled precision” yet he is driven to pursue connections beyond the merely pianistic.

Known for his insightful introductions from the stage, reaching beyond the footlights to be what a magazine profile described as “Pianist of the People".

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SAT 2 NOV, 7PM - 9PM, DOORS OPEN AT 6.30PM

Christopher Park playing Schubert, Schumann, Stravinsky

"Christopher Park is a pianist who captivates with his fascinating technical mastery, astounding musical maturity, and a particularly intense performance style”.

He has been influenced by two major musical traditions during his studies: the Russian school of Lev Oborin with Lev Natochenny as well as the German school of Wilhelm Kempff with Joachim Volkmann.

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