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Gil Sullivan in recital
- Date: Thursday, 27 October 2011, 7:30pm
- Venue: Trinity Grammar School, Orchestra Room — 119 Prospect Rd, (entry via Victoria St carpark), Summer Hill, NSW
- Tickets: $30/$20 (concession) — Tickets can be purchased online
Adelaide-based pianist Gil Sullivan has been lauded as “the finest interpreter of Mozart in the world’’ (Sudhessen Woche, Germany) and is one of a small handful of pianists worldwide who have the entire works of Mozart in his repertoire. He has performed to a full-house at Carnegie Hall and continues to tour regularly throughout the USA, Europe, the UK and Asia.
He will be performing a programme that covers three centuries of music: from Mozart and Liszt, to Australian Tristram Cary who famously wrote music for BBC TV’s Doctor Who series in the 1960s.
Marking the 200th anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt, Sullivan will be devoting the second half of his recital to the composer’s dramatic and powerful piano works.
Featured non-Australian music: Mozart, Liszt
Further information for this event is available by phone on (02) 9581 6070
Featured Australian Works
|Polly fillers (solo piano) (1989) by Tristram Cary|
— performed by Gil Sullivan
- Performer Gil Sullivan
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