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ANAM Artists In Concert

When:

Mon 9 Oct 2017, 6:00pm–7:00pm

Where: Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt Street, Southbank, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Standard: $39.00
  • Concession: $29.00
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Following sold out performances from a highly successful inaugural tour, the ANAM Artists program returns with three award-winning alumni and Brahms’ introspective Trio in A minor for clarinet, cello and piano.

All leading young emerging artists in their respective disciplines, Lloyd van’t Hoff (clarinet 2014), Alex Raineri (piano, 2015) and Jack Bailey (cello, 2013) are coming together exclusively for the ANAM Artists program to present a stellar recital series across Victoria and New South Wales.

Lloyd van’t Hoff is one of the country’s most dynamic and versatile clarinetists, having been crowned the 2015 ABC Symphony Australia Young Performer of the Year. Alex Raineri is also no stranger to accolades, winning the Australian National Piano Award in 2014, and recently named a finalist in the 2017 Freedman Classical Fellowship. Returning briefly to Australia from his studies at the Royal Northern College of Music in the UK, Jack Bailey has taken home prizes at both the Australian Concerto and Vocal Competition and the Wallace International Cello Competition.

The highlight of the tour for players and audiences alike, will no doubt be the intimate and conversational Trio by Johannes Brahms. The composer’s inspiration behind Op 114, penned during the summer of 1891, may have been the clarinet, but all three parts are wonderfully integrated throughout. So much so, that scholars have often remarked on the work’s wonderful byplay between the instruments, as if they are old friends completing each other’s musical thoughts.