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Euphoria! Gorgeous music for guitar, piano and mandolin – in Maleny!


Euphoria! Gorgeous music for guitar, piano and mandolin – in Maleny!

  • Date: Wednesday, 29 August 2018, 6:30pm
  • Venue: St George's (Melany) — 2 Walkers Drive, Maleny, QLD
  • Tickets: Adults: $20 | Children: FREE | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 0400 497 422

Event Details

Euphoria is a new collaboration which brings together mimi duo (Duncan Gardiner and Setsu Masuda) in trio with Masataka Hori, who is undoubtedly one of the world’s finest mandolinists. This combination of guitar, piano and mandolin promises a concert filled with fun and energy. The musicians will present gorgeous music from Spain, Italy, Japan and Australia. The concert will feature the Adagio from Rodrigo’s exquisite Concierto de Aranjuez and Rossini’s popular overture to the opera Barber of Seville. The three musicians will also present two acclaimed musical works dedicated, written for the victims and survivors of the tsunami disaster that affected vast areas of Japan in 2011.

In the hands of mimi duo, guitar and piano duets are breathtaking and beautiful. “Whether lulling or emphatic, they delighted the ear”, exclaimed The West reviewer, Neville Cohn. Hori, Gardiner and Masuda each bring their own specialties to create a magical blend of music from around the world.

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on 0400 497 422 or by email to info@duncangardiner.com

Featured Australian Works

Jovian moons : for guitar & piano (2001) by Nigel Westlake
— performed by Mimi Duo
 A Thousand Cranes Beat Their Wings by Duncan Gardiner

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