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QSO with Muhai Tang

Conductor Muhai Tang
Piano Inon Barnatan (Australian debut, QSO exclusive)

Chindamo Palimpsest
Schumann Piano Concerto
Brahms Symphony No.1

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As part of QSO’s 70th anniversary celebration, we have enticed our former Chief Conductor and Artistic Advisor, Muhai Tang, back from Europe and Asia to honour our Concert Hall stage for one special night.

Tang directs an exhilarating program featuring Australian composer Joe Chindamo’s beguiling set of variations — Palimpsest; the virtuosic showpiece that is Schumann’s quintessential Romantic concerto, performed by celebrated Israeli pianist Inon Barnatan (currently the New York Philharmonic’s first Artist-in-Association); concluding with Brahms’ first symphonic masterpiece.

 


Gain a deeper insight:
Event - In Conversation with Muhai Tang - 9 June

IN Conversation

 

Biographies

Piano

Inon Barnatan

Celebrated for his poetic sensibility, probing intellect, and consummate artistry, Israeli pianist Inon Barnatan (“ee-NON BAR-na-tan”) currently serves as the first Artist-in-Association of the New York Philharmonic. This unprecedented three-season appointment sees him appear as...
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Conductor

Muhai Tang

Muhai Tang is dedicated to creating new avenues for classical music and as such has most recently concentrated his attentions to building the audience and artistic reputation of new or lesser known orchestras. He is...
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