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|Title:||Piano Lessons (recital)|
|Publisher Place:||Grafton, Dubbo, Hobart, Coffs Harbour, Melbourne etc.|
|Description:||Piano Lessons, the recital, offers a unique approach to the nineteenth-century form of the piano recital. It incorporates the spoken word, as the pianist juxtaposes performances from the musical and pedagogical canon with readings from her memoir, Piano Lessons. This format offers audiences an entry point into the world of the performer. The readings speak to the stylistic and interpretative challenges of the great composers, but also demystify the genre of piano recital, as the pianist deconstructs stage anxiety and indeed the nature of performance. This recital was performed extensively around regional Australia throughout 2014, receiving consistently excellent reviews: "The listeners left the auditorium knowing that young and old alike had witnessed something quite magical.” - Malcolm John, OAM, for the Geelong Chamber Music Society.|
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