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Band of Brothers

09 Nov 2017

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Two pairs of critically acclaimed brothers come together for a special return performance from Band of Brothers at the Melbourne Recital Centre this month.

Slava and Leonard Grigoryan and Joseph and James Tawadros are some of Australia’s most accomplished musicians, collectively winning seven ARIA Awards and being nominated for a further 35, and are putting on a new performance called Telepathy in which the four explore diverse styles and cultures for a unique show.

The performance combines the guitar skills of the Grigoryan brothers with the rhythmic percussion of the Tawadros brothers, who will play the oud and the req (an Egyptian tambourine).

“It’s always great performing with the Grigoryan brothers,” said Joseph Tawadros.

“They bring a great energy to stage, which complements what James and I do and we trust in the way they read the moment on the fly.”

“It’s that type of trust that feeds Band of Brothers’ creativity and that’s why each performance is different and special. We’ve known the Grigoryans now for about 15 years, so when we perform together, it’s not just about celebrating music but also celebrating friendship.”

Telepathy will be held on November 9 at the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall at 7.30pm.

For more information and to book tickets visit melbournerecital.com.au

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