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Friday 27th May (6-7pm) - Christ Church, Lavender Bay, NSW

Sunday 29th May (3-4pm) - Hunter Baillie, Annandale, NSW

Friday 3rd June (6.30-7.30pm) - Holy Trinity, East Melbourne, VIC


Two of the most monumental piano sonatas are brought to the stage by pianist Chris Cartner. 


Beethoven’s ‘Appassionata’ (meaning ‘passionate’) is a work which sums up the depth of his personality: a world-changing sonata of humanity, rage, love and deep emotional impact. 


The second half of this one-hour programme features the

F minor piano sonata by Brahms.  Truly a ‘symphony for the piano’, the work contains arguably some of the greatest melodic material of the 19th Century.  From its devastating opening, through a profoundly beautiful second movement and a wild ‘scherzo’, the finale is almost cinematic in scope.  The sonata remains one of the highlights of the entire piano repertoire.



Read more about Chris Cartner (piano) here


Tickets available by clicking here


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