Chopin and Friends

Date & time

7–10pm 14 May 2016

Location

Athenaeum

School of Music, Building 100

William Herbert Place

ANU, Acton

Tickets

Adults: $40

Friends, Members, Concessions: $30

Students (with ID): $20

Contacts

Wanda Horky
 
Konrad Olszewski weaves a spellbound concert around the Music Gurus of Soul – Chopin and his
intimates – those he musically adored liked Bach and Mozart, highly regarded like John Field or part of his intimate circle Liszt. In creating his unique music in the Etudes, Nocturnes, Ballades, Polonaises, Mazurkas, Scherzos, Chopin discovered the “soul of the piano” and influenced future composers like Wagner, Debussy, Scriabin, Ravel, Szymanowski and many others. This concert reveals some of the secrets of these models and influences.
 
Konrad Olszewski is a Polish Australian concert pianist, composer and collaborative pianist whose
eclectic repertoire includes jazz. His concerts included a recital at Chopin’s birthplace Zelazowa Wola,
Poland, in 2005. He participated in the Australian International Chopin Piano Competition, Canberra and the Sydney International Piano Competition and is the recipient of many awards including the J.S. Bach Prize. He has a Masters of Music (Piano Performance) studying under Glen Riddle, University of Melbourne.
 

 

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