Out of the frying pan. . .

Transcend happened two nights ago and I’m happy to share this lovely review from Matthew Lorenzon at partialdurations.

I’m back in Canberra to play in Canberra Symphony Orchestra in a concert of beautiful music by Kodály, Sibelius and Brahms, before returning to Melbourne for my second Fellowship concert – Testament. This features music by Brett Dean, Ludwig van Beethoven and György Kurtág, and is centred around Beethoven’s Heiligenstadt Testament. Stay tuned for more info, and there is already lots you can read/listen to here.

A photo taken at the end of "Transcend" by the inimitable Hank Clifton
A photo taken at the end of “Transcend” by the inimitable Hank Clifton
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