Roger Woodward Piano Recital

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Riverside presents

Roger Woodward Piano Recital


Venue

Riverside Theatre

Dates

12 July 2015

Roger Woodward Piano recital, featuring works by Bach, Beethoven and Debussy

Roger Woodward is one of the most revered and adventurous pianists of our time. He has worked to great acclaim with most of the world’s celebrated orchestras and conductors, including Abbado, Mehta, Maazel, Dutoit.

One of Australia’s One Hundred National Treasures, he was awarded Commander of the Order of Australia and Chevalier des art et des lettres in France. He is also recipient of the Goethe Prize in Germany.

His concert appearances and recording activities continue to attract exceptional international reviews, confirming his place in the highest echelon of living pianists.

Roger loves nothing more than to share his art with audiences and will be available for book/CD signings after the performance. This is an event not to be missed!

‘A pianistic genius’ – The Guardian
‘His artistry is heroic, his technique huge.’ – The Australian
‘Fingers and nerves of steel’ – The ‘New Yorker
‘Unrivalled in this country’ – Sydney Morning Herald
‘Awesome’- The Times

Dates & Times:
Sunday 12 July 3pm

Image Credit: Limelight Magazine

Riverside

Debussy – Images I and II
Bach – Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue BWV 903

Interval

Beethoven – Piano Sonata No. 29 in B flat major, Op.106 (Hammerklav

Fine Music 102.5FM chat to the “King of the Keys” Roger Woodward. Visit Fine Music’s website here.

Ticket Options

Sidekicks Adult $52
Sidekicks Concession $47
Sidekicks 30 & Under $38
Adult $55
Concession $50
30 & Under $41
Group 8+ $50
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

Duration

Approximately 65 minutes


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