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S. Rachmaninoff

– Étude-tableaux in C minor, op. 33 no.5


P. I. Tchaikovsky

– ‘Méditation’ (from ‘Morceaux’, op.72 no.5)


A. Scriabin

– Étude in C# minor, op.2 no.1

   Étude in E major, op.8 no.5


S. Prokofiev

– Ballet Suite “Romeo and Juliet” 

i)  Minuet

ii) Juliet, the young girl

iii) Dance of the Knights

iv) Romeo bids Juliet farewell


S. Rachmaninoff

Prelude in G# minor, op.23 no.12

Étude-tableaux in Eb minor, op.39 no.5

Prelude in Eb major, op.23 no.6

Prelude in Bb major, op.23 no.2

Friday 8th May, 6-7pm

Christ Church,

Lavender Bay


Friday 15th May, 7-8pm

Pitt Street Uniting Church,

Sydney CBD


Sunday 17th May, 3-4pm

Hunter Baillie Church, Annandale


Russia’s frozen landscapes ignited warmth in the heart of Tchaikovsky, inspiring hugely emotional music which paved the way for the Romantic revolution in his homeland. 


Rachmaninoff’s popular solo piano works are masterpieces which place melody and virtuosity side by side, whilst Scriabin’s intensely passionate offerings are often seen as hidden gems. 


Prokofiev’s imaginative score for ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is bold, brilliant, heartfelt and emotionally shocking. 



Resonance prides itself on presenting outstanding, one-hour, early-evening concerts which are informal and sociable.  Join pianist Chris Cartner for this collection of masterpieces which are legacies to the great Russian Romantic era.

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