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Tango at Melbourne Recital

09 Aug 2017

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See one of the world’s leading exponents of the accordion James Crabb perform ‘Tango’ alongside the Ensemble Liaison at the Melbourne Recital Centre on August 31.

With an acclaimed authority on the music of Astor Piazzolla, Crabb will pay homage to great advocates of the genre including baritone Carolos Gardel, Piazzolla the violinist and composer Antonio Agri, and Jose Carla.

Equally at home in the western canon, the accordion brings its wide expressive range to Dvorak’s folk-inspired Five Bagatelles, Op.47 and César Franck’s beautiful Prelude, Fugue and Variations.

American contemporary classical composer John Mackay will present the tango in an exciting modern transformation in his Breakdown Tango.

Celebrate this expressive and passionate dance form through a performance of rich music that will warm your soul and invigorate your mind.

The August 31 performance will start at 7pm at the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall. For tickets and more information visit melbournerecital.com.au

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