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QSO with Muhai Tang

Conductor Muhai Tang
Piano Éric Le Sage

Chindamo Palimpsest
Schumann Piano Concerto
Brahms Symphony No.1

Duration: Two hours, including a 20 minute interval (subject to change without notice)
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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.

Muhai 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 highly regarded Schumann expert from France, pianist Éric Le Sage; concluding with Brahms’ first symphonic masterpiece.

Inon Barnatan is no longer performing in this concert.


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

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Biographies

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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Piano

Éric Le Sage

Éric Le Sage is established as one of the leading pianists of his generation and a famous representative of the French piano school, regularly boasted for his subtle sound, his sense of structure and poetic...
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