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Australia Piano Quartet - Free Concert

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by Mila Wood (subscribe)
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UTS Ensemble in Residence - presents Australia Piano Quartet
The much anticipated encore performance that most of us had been waiting for, is once again within our grasp.

These four musicians have musically and systematically collated their gifts to form the Australia Piano Quartet.



The ensemble consists of Evgeny Ukhanov on Piano, Thomas Rann on Cello, Rebecca Chan on violin, and internationally renowned pianist Daniel de Borah.

Their mission is to irradiate the forgotten masterpieces, feature contemporary composers, and proudly showcase their exemplary music to the city of Sydney and beyond.

Australia Piano Quartet is the first University of Technology Sydney Ensemble in Residence.

The year 2015 will see APQ curating six projects, the commissioning of new works by seven Australian composers as well as intensive collaboration with UTS departments. APQ will indeed be a strong creative force within the university.

APQ will be embarking on its first European Tour on May 2015. They will be performing at London's Barbican Centre and the Australian Embassy in Paris and will be presented by the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne Recital Centre

Hence, being entertained by this quartet will be an honour indeed.

Thereby, once again; on Thursday 23 April 2015, APQ will be on centre stage bringing forth masterpieces by Robert Schumann, Julian Yu, and Jack Symonds

This is our chance to enjoy these rare musical moments, which can rejuvenate our senses, stir our imaginations, and may even lift our spirits.

This free event will start at 7pm till 8:30 PM.

The event will be held at Dr. Chau Chak Wing Building 8 UTS Business School Auditorium (Level 2, Gehry Building), 14-28 Ultimo Rd, Sydney

This state of the art building is grandiose itself and the design based on the idea of a tree-house structure.

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The tower was named after Dr Chau Chak Wing. He is an Australian-Chinese businessman and a philanthropist who generously donated $20 million for the building's construction. The 12-storey tower provides teaching, learning, research for approximately 1,300 students and academic staff.

The seats are limited and booking is advisable.

Enquires:
E: australiapianoquartet@uts.edu.au
W: apq.uts.edu.au
F: facebook.com/australiapianoquartet
T: twitter.com/AusPianoQt

The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building is conveniently located within walking distance of Central Station. For further information, please click here

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When: Thursday 23 April 2015
Where: UTS Business School Auditorium (Level 2, Gehry Building), 14-28 Ultimo Rd, Sydney
Cost: Free
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