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MYRCZEK AND TOMASZEWSKI @ THE BASEMENT

This multi-award winning duo has been created by two young, but already widely acclaimed jazz musicians from Poland, singer Wojciech Myrczek and pianist Pawel Tomaszewski.

The strength of the duo lies in collaboration of two individuals who exude charisma, musical ingenuity and attention to every sonic detail. They engage in a musical dialogue not refraining from ambitious song or crazy improvisation, always adding a touch of humour.

During their dialogue, these artists perform jazz and pop standards that in their interpretation gain a previously unknown form of musical sound. Myrczek & Tomaszewski is without a doubt one of the most interesting voice and piano duos of the past decade.

DATE FOR THE DIARY
Tuesday 8th August 2017 at 7:00pm at the Basement.

For more about Myrczek & Tomaszewski (Poland) @ The Basement, visit http://www.moshtix.com.au//v2/event/myrczek-tomaszewski-poland/96455?ref=calendar&skin=291
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YOUNG PIANISTS COMPETE FOR MAJOR SCHOLARSHIP

With four outstanding pianists competing for a total prize purse of $13,500, the final round of The John Allison & Sydney Eisteddfod Piano Scholarship showcases the finest talent from across the nation. The concert is sure to impress all loves of piano music!

Two Finalists will also be invited to comprete in the ‘2017 Fine Music 102.5 Young Virtuoso State Final’ on Sunday August 27 at the Fine Music Performance Studio.

When: Saturday 8 July 2017, 2.30pm

Where: Recital Hall West, Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Cost: Adult $30; Concession $25 (+bf)

Bookings:

https://sydneyeisteddfod.com.au/the-john-allison-and-sydney-eisteddfod-piano-scholarship-16-25-years/#tickets

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LAWRENCE LEE AND SIANG CHING NGU IN RECITAL @ THE CONCOURSE

In early April, good friends and very talented musicians, violinist Lawrence Lee and pianist Siang Ching Ngu, will present a charity concert entitled TRANSFORMING LIVES THROUGH MUSIC during which they will play works by Brahms, Kreisler, Tchaikovsky, Falla, Sarasate and Piazzolla at the Concourse.

All proceeds from the recital will go to a very good cause, Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Australia; a not-for-profit organisation providing Clinical Musical Therapy and Community Music Programs.

Nordoff-Robbins runs numerous programs aimed at transforming people’s lives through music including musical therapy for special needs schools and aged care facilities, running music clubs for people with a disability, as well various training and education programs to spread the influence of music through the broader community.

CONCERT DETAILS : 

The concert TRANSFORMING LIVES THROUGH MUSIC will take place on Wednesday 5th of April, 7:30 pm at the Concourse Chatswood.

For more about Transforming Lives Through Music: Charity Violin & Piano Duo, visit http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=TRANSFOR17
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