ANU students, staff and the general public are invited to this free lunchtime concert featuring duets, by ANU School of Music staff, David Pereira (cello), Dr Eloise Fisher (clarinet) and Dr Edward Neeman (piano).
David Pereira is well established as one of Australia’s most significant practising musicians and has an increasingly rare depth and breadth of experience and knowledge - not only as a cellist and cello teacher, but also as a writer on these areas of expertise, and as a composer.
Australian-Israeli clarinetist Dr Eloise Fisher is an award winner of prizes from numerous prestigious competitions, including the Beijing International Music Competition, the Australian Music Foundation in London, and the International Competition of UFAM in Paris. She received her Doctorate in Musical Arts from The Juilliard School in New York and currently teaches clarinet at the School of Music.
Australian-American pianist Dr Edward Neeman has performed across five continents. Critics have lauded him as a “true artist” with “an excellent technique” who “isn’t afraid to put a distinctive stamp on whatever he touches, without resorting to mannerism.” A top prizewinner of numerous international piano competitions, including first prize in the Joaquín Rodrigo Competition in Madrid, second prize in the Southern Highlands International Piano Competition, and third prize in the World International Piano Competition, Dr. Neeman has appeared as a soloist with the Prague Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony, Melbourne Symphony and many more!
Please RSVP via the 'Register now' button on this listing as places are limited.