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July at MRC

13 Jul 2017

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There are two wonderful performances by young musicians coming up in July at the Melbourne Recital Centre, featuring a myriad of instruments including violin, viola, clarinet, oboe, flute, double bass and piano.

Come and join the unconventional dance partners of the Kegelstatt Ensemble as they scurry and scamper, glide, stomp, lean and leap into the possibilities afforded by a startling array of wind and string partnerships, in the skilled hands of some of the 20th century’s greatest composers. 

Prokofiev’s ballet music meets Schulhoff’s integration of Bohemian folk dance, with interludes of brief, intimate, eloquent duets by Carter and Ginastera.

The performance is sure to provide a lovely way to finish a winter’s day of work and will take place on Monday, July 17 at 6pm in the Salon at Melbourne Recital Centre.

However, the entertainment doesn’t finish there! On Wednesday, July 19 at 6pm come see Daniel de Borah with Greta Bradman after work as part of the Southbank Series in the Salon.

Daniel de Borah is one of Australia’s foremost pianists, highly sought after as a solo recitalist, collaborative pianist and concerto soloist.

Stellar soprano Greta Bradman will join Daniel for this recital of German Lieder, exploring some extraordinary examples of poetry brought to life in song.  

For more information or to book tickets to both events visit www.melbournerecital.com.au

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