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Contemporary Piano Music


Contemporary Piano Music

  • Date: Saturday, 24 September 2016, 7pm
  • Venue: TLC Theatre, Baulkham Hills High School — Windsor Rd, Baulkham Hills, NSW
  • Series: This event is part of the Sydney New Music Festival 2016 series
  • Tickets: Single tickets: Adult: $40 | Conc.: $30 | Under 30: $20 (multi-concert packages available) — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

The Sydney Contemporary Orchestra are proudly presenting the Sydney New Music Festival 2016, from 24 September - 6 October in Sydney NSW Australia.
During the Festival, 16 new compositions for chamber ensemble, string quartet, piano solo and for large symphony orchestra* will be presented by 80 Sydney finest musicians, Australian composers (from NSW, Qld, Vic) and international composers (from 11 countries).



Luz meridional by Andrian Pertout (Australia)
Dance Suite by Ian Mitchell (UK)
Double Variations by Margarita Zelenaia (Russia)


Pop Suit by Luiz Casteloes (Brazil)
Water Fantasy by Itazu Shoryu (Japan)
Meteors by Brian Chatpo Koo (Australia)

Pianist - Benjamin Kopp

Featured non-Australian music: Ian Mitchell, Margarita Zelenaia, Luiz Casteloes, Itazu Shoryu

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on 0409 409 814 or by email to julia.sco@sys.org

Featured Australian Works

Luz meridional : twenty-four études for pianoforte (2012) by Andrián Pertout
— performed by Benjamin Kopp
Meteors (solo piano) by Brian Chatpo Koo
— performed by Benjamin Kopp

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