& Resonance

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The stage is set to burst with music rarely performed live in concert…

It begins with a masterpiece of classical perfection.

Pianists Diedre Irons and Michael Endres perform Mozart’s Sonata in D for Two Pianos.

Four hands will leap across 176 keys to create music that is elegant and brimming with life.

Thrilling fanfares
& dancing hands

Ravel's Le Tombeau de Couperin is a suite of baroque dances originally written for piano.

In this modern arrangement the ivory keys make way for wooden bars and mallets. Full of colour and stunning sonority, percussionists Lenny Sakofsky’s and Thomas Guldborg’s hands will dance across the marimbas.

A 20th


Exuberant and visionary, Bartok’s Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion is the perfect synthesis of tradition and modernism.

The four musicians serve up a feast for the senses in this musical love-letter to Bartok’s favourite instruments.

This is a piece of music as spectacular to watch as it will remain echoed in your ears and mind.

Like you have never heard it before

Paganini's famous and virtuosic work for solo violin has been performed and heard many times over. But not like this.

Our musicians take the familiar and turn it on its head for a show-stopping finale of pure rhythm and resonance…

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Rhythm & Resonance

Touring New Zealand 26 August - 5 September 2014

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