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Masterclass with Aleksander Madzar

26 Sep 2017

Aleksander Madzar: Image: Keith Saunders.


INTERNATIONAL CONCERT SEASON 2017 - MASTERCLASS


Born in Belgrade in 1968, Aleksandar Madzar first studied piano with Gordana Matinovic, Arbo Valdma and Eliso Virsaladze in Belgrade and Moscow, then with Edouard Mirzoian at the Strasbourg Conservatory and in Brussels with Daniel Blumenthal. He now holds professorships at the Royal Flemish Conservatoire, Brussels and the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Bern.

This Masterclass features three exceptionally gifted young piano and string duos and will provide audiences with fascinating insights into the relationship between musicians.


ABOUT MASTERCLASSES

Attend a Musica Viva Masterclass and witness talented young music students being mentored by the world's finest chamber musicians. Each Masterclass is conducted by an international touring artist and offers a unique perspective on music interpretation, technique and performance. The masterclass program provides students, music teachers and audiences of all ages with an entertaining and enriching learning experience.


Musica Viva's Masterclass program is supported by principal patrons Stephen Johns & Michele Bender, the Sydney Conservatorium Association (NSW), Lyn Hamill & Ian Dover (Queensland), Wesfarmers Arts (Western Australia), Anonymous Donor (South Australia), and Mary Turner OAM (Newcastle).

Brisbane masterclass presented in partnership with Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University.

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Event Dates

  • Brisbane 26 Sep 2017 6:30 PM

VENUES

Brisbane Ian Hanger Recital Hall, Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University

TICKETS

Adults: $20
Students/Teachers: $5

Free entry for Queensland Conservatorium students (ID required on entry).
Student/teacher tickets in Queensland available at the door only.

 

 


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