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Chris Cartner (piano)

Three legendary composers and three almighty works for the piano.

Bach's "Italian Concerto" for solo keyboard fizzes with energy and joy, whilst Beethoven's "Waldstein" Sonata dates from his famous 'middle period' and includes all the heroism and bravura of works such as the Fifth Symphony.

"Vallée d'Obermann" is surely one of Liszt's masterpieces.  Coming from the collection of pieces written during his 'years of pilgrimage' around Europe, this is a work which sees deep inner sadness transform itself into one of the most majestic of all finales for the piano.

As always, these concerts will conclude with complimentary drinks parties.


Thursday 16th March, 6.30-7.30pm

Holy Trinity, East Melbourne

Sunday 19th March, 3-4pm - 

Hunter Baillie, Annandale

Friday 24th March, 6-7pm -

Christ Church, Lavender Bay

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