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Konstantin Shamray – National Recital Tour Final Curtain Cal


Sun 8 Oct 2017, 3:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Cnr Bridge & Macquarie Streets, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $55.00
  • Concession: $49.00
  • Students: $20.00
  • Groups of 5+: $47.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: avviso

Final curtain call of the 40th Anniversary year of the Sydney International Piano Competition by critically acclaimed pianist, Konstantin Shamray.

Internationally renowned pianist, Konstantin Shamray will conclude the Sydney International Piano Competition’s 40th Anniversary celebration year with recitals in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth this October, with a stunning repertoire of Mozart, Chopin and Tchaikovsky.

Since his unprecedented first prize win and the People’s Choice award in the 2008 Competition, Shamray has continued to mesmerize audiences, performing under distinguished conductors with the Russian National Philharmonic, the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestre National de Lyon, Prague Philharmonia, Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and the Sydney Symphony.

Thrilled to be working with the Sydney International Piano Competition once again, Shamray commented, “Winning the Sydney International Piano Competition in 2008 changed my life. Suddenly I felt that the world had opened and I was free to follow my own chosen path. The destiny of an artist is in constant development of one’s mastery and sincere service to the music, and having won a major competition, like Sydney, one certainly has more opportunities to achieve this.”

Starting his formal studies at the age of six, Russia’s Shamray holds an extensive list of classical achievements including winning first prize at the 2011 Klavier Olympiade in Bad Kissingen, Germany and now performing yearly at the Kissinger Sommer festival. He was also the first and only winner of the Sydney International Piano Competition to also win the People’s Choice, in addition to six other prizes.

The Competition’s 40th Anniversary has seen some of their most celebrated competitors return to Australia. Currently on tour is the Competition’s 2016 winner, Andrey Gugnin, who has so far, captivated audiences with his intuitive playing and passion.

For more information on the National Recital Tour and to purchase tickets, visit the Sydney International Piano Competition website.

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