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Wesley Music Centre

Birth & Rebirth, The Spark of Life from the Renaissance to the Present Day

JAMES MONRO cello | SARAH ZHU viola | PAUL NICOLAOU harp World-class and bound to delight, three of Australia's most outstanding young performers present works by Wintory, Kats-Chernin, Tessier, Monro, Ravel, Hindemith, Piazzola and Nicolao

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Birth & Rebirth, The Spark of Life from the Renaissance to the Present Day
Birth & Rebirth, The Spark of Life from the Renaissance to the Present Day

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14 Apr 2024, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Wesley Music Centre, 20-22 National Circuit, Forrest ACT 2603, Australia

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'The Spark of Life from the Renaissance to the Present Day"

JAMES MONRO cello | SARAH ZHU viola | PAUL NICOLAOU harp

World-class and bound to delight, three of Australia's most outstanding young performers present works by Wintory, Kats-Chernin, Tessier, Monro, Ravel, Hindemith, Piazzola and Nicolaou.

In December, they presented the program as part of the Emerging Artist Concerts Series; St Jude's Bowral and Wollongong Art Gallery had packed auditoriums. A highlight: the premiere of Nicolaou's 'Of Light, Divided' and Monro's 'Saturated Reflection.' With close ties to Canberra they look forward to performing at the Wesley Centre.

In addition to all holding leading positions in the Australian Youth Orchestra, Nicolaou performs with the Tasmanian Symphony, is a Casual Harpist with the Queensland Symphony and has performed with Auckland Philharmonia. Monro is a Canberra Symphony and ANU Orchestra member and has performed twice as soloist with the National Capital Orchestra. Monro and Zhu have been Wesley Centre scholars.

Photo credit: Steven Foster

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