Live From The Joan – Fine Music 102.5FM

Some of Australia's most exciting musicians share the magic of live performance

Fine Music 102.5 and The Joan present Live from The Joan

Fine Music 102.5FM will head west to the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre on Sunday 13 August for its biggest live broadcast event ever. The event, featuring some of Australia’s most exciting musicians, will be heard by thousands of listeners.

The program, hosted by Annabelle Drumm, combines exciting emerging talent and professional virtuosi. Together the performers cover a range of styles and genres that reflect the music played on Fine Music 102.5.

As well as being entranced by the piano playing of young rising talent Diana Babajanyan, you’ll be swept away by the smoky jazz of Frances Madden – Fine Music’s 2017 Kruger Scholar, the sassy classical guitar and saxophone combination of Duo Histoire; and the gorgeous melodies of Fine Music’s Artists-in-Residence, the Streeton Trio.

Frances Madden has been blessed beyond measure with talent, elegance, class and her gorgeous voice. She will perform both original work and her take on timeless classics such as Hallelujah and Feeling Good.

Penrith Conservatorium of Music scholar Diana Babajanyan will create magic as she performs Chopin, Schumann, Bartoka and Vine on the Rolls Royce of pianos, The Joan’s Imperial Bosendorfer.

Duo Histoire, one of Sydney’s finest classical ensembles, with a broad repertoire ranging from Argentinian tango to Spanish romantic music, will bring to life tangos from Astor Piazzolla’s Nightclub 1960 (Histoire Du Tango Suite) and Libertango along with the works from Phillip Houghton’s The Dreaming Suite.

One of Australia’s leading piano trios, The Streeton Trio – Emma Jardine, violin; Meta Weiss, cello; and Benjamin Kopp, piano – will offer an unassailable performance of Dvorak’s Movements 1, 2, 5 & 6 showcasing their love for European classics.

Buy Tickets »

Standard $10

Concession/Child $5

Family (2 +2) $25

Buy Tickets »

 

Thank you Conservatorium Scholarship students Alexander Frendo and Victor Zhou for their contribution.

Artists

Frances Madden & Band

Diana Babajanyan

Duo Histoire (Nick Russoniello & Murilo Tanouye)

Streeton Trio

Presenters

Annabelle Drumm

  • Sunday, Aug 13 2017 2:00pm

Fine Music 102.5 and The Joan present Live from The Joan

Fine Music 102.5FM will head west to the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre on Sunday 13 August for its biggest live broadcast event ever. The event, featuring some of Australia’s most exciting musicians, will be heard by thousands of listeners.

The program, hosted by Annabelle Drumm, combines exciting emerging talent and professional virtuosi. Together the performers cover a range of styles and genres that reflect the music played on Fine Music 102.5.

As well as being entranced by the piano playing of young rising talent Diana Babajanyan, you’ll be swept away by the smoky jazz of Frances Madden – Fine Music’s 2017 Kruger Scholar, the sassy classical guitar and saxophone combination of Duo Histoire; and the gorgeous melodies of Fine Music’s Artists-in-Residence, the Streeton Trio.

Frances Madden has been blessed beyond measure with talent, elegance, class and her gorgeous voice. She will perform both original work and her take on timeless classics such as Hallelujah and Feeling Good.

Penrith Conservatorium of Music scholar Diana Babajanyan will create magic as she performs Chopin, Schumann, Bartoka and Vine on the Rolls Royce of pianos, The Joan’s Imperial Bosendorfer.

Duo Histoire, one of Sydney’s finest classical ensembles, with a broad repertoire ranging from Argentinian tango to Spanish romantic music, will bring to life tangos from Astor Piazzolla’s Nightclub 1960 (Histoire Du Tango Suite) and Libertango along with the works from Phillip Houghton’s The Dreaming Suite.

One of Australia’s leading piano trios, The Streeton Trio – Emma Jardine, violin; Meta Weiss, cello; and Benjamin Kopp, piano – will offer an unassailable performance of Dvorak’s Movements 1, 2, 5 & 6 showcasing their love for European classics.

Buy Tickets »

Standard $10

Concession/Child $5

Family (2 +2) $25

Buy Tickets »

 

Thank you Conservatorium Scholarship students Alexander Frendo and Victor Zhou for their contribution.

Artists

Frances Madden & Band

Diana Babajanyan

Duo Histoire (Nick Russoniello & Murilo Tanouye)

Streeton Trio

Presenters

Annabelle Drumm

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