David Pereira & Edward Neeman with Stephanie Neeman

Date & time

7–9pm 29 June 2017

Location

Larry Sitsky Recital Room, ANU School of Music, William Herbert Close, Acton 2601

Tickets

Are available on the door or online via EventBrite:

Full $25, Concession $20 and Full-time student $10

Contacts

 

The ANU School of Music is proud to present in concert, David Pereira and Dr Edward Neeman who have both had long ties with the School of Music. David is an award-winning cellist, teacher and composer who has recorded over 28 albums and Edward is an Australian-American pianist and Alumnus of ANU School of Music. 

Edward has performed across five continents. Critics have lauded Edward as a “true artist” with “an excellent technique” who “isn’t afraid to put a distinctive stamp on whatever he touches, without resorting to mannerism.” A top prizewinner of numerous international piano competitions, he has appeared as a soloist with the Prague Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony, Melbourne Symphony, Kentucky Symphony, Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, and the American West Symphony with conductors including Andrey Boreyko, Alan Buribayev, Chen Lin, Ruben Gimeno, Enrique Perez Mesa, Nicholas Milton, Pascual Osa, and Vladimir Verbitsky.

Edward will be joined by his wife Dr Stephanie Neeman to perform a piano duo by William Elden Bolcoma. Stephanie is a renowned international performer and educator. She has taught masterclasses and performed in various venues throughout the world and has appeared as a soloist with the Jakarta Chamber Orchestra, Canberra Youth Orchestra, National Capital Orchestra (AUS) and has performed to critical acclaim across the US, Asia, and Australia.

The program will include the world premiere of a piece by the Head of the School, American Composer, Professor Kenneth Lampl.

Tickets can be purchased before the night on EventBrite: 
Full $25, Concession $20 and Full time students $10.

 

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