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On the 4th of November the Glebe Music Festival will begin and the city will vibrate and be softened by music all around.
At the same time The University of Sydney will host Douglas Hollick. Douglas studied music with renowned teachers in Paris and Amsterdam and he himself teaches in Cambridge, and at the Birmingham Conservatoire. He has recorded twice for Czech Radio, was awarded in 2000 from North Germany and Denmark to research the organs and other keyboard instruments from the period of Buxtehude and the young J S Bach. Recently he played fortepiano as well as the organ and harpsichord.
The Birmingham Conservatoire is supporting Douglas' latest CD, Music of the Baroque avant-garde for harpsichord and organ, released in July 2007 as a tribute to Buxtehude in his tercentenary year.
Douglas Hollick will perform in the Great Hall, preceded by afternoon tea in the ante-room at 3pm on the 6th of November. Please see here for more information.