Lunchtime Concert: Pythagorean Triple

ANU students, staff and the general public are invited to this free lunchtime concert featuring three musical trios performed by new and existing ANU School of Music staff.

Sally Walker – Flute
Eloise Fisher – Clarinet
Tor Frømyr – Violin
David Pereira – Cello
Edward Neeman – Piano

Ibert – Deux Interludes
Shostakovich – Five Pieces
Weber - Trio
Fauré (arr. Söller) – Pavane
Saint-Saëns – Tarantella

Please RSVP to reserve your seat as places are limited.

Sally Walker
Sally Walker was Grand-finalist in the Leonardo de Lorenzo International Flute Competition (Italy), won 2nd Prize in the Friedrich Kuhlau International Flute Competition (Germany) and was awarded prizes from the DAAD, Ian Potter Cultural Fund and the Queen's Trust. She has toured with the Berlin Philharmonic, Leipzig Gewandhaus and Australian Chamber Orchestras, is a former Principal Flute of the Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss and is resident flautist with the Omega Ensemble.

Dr Eloise Fisher
Eloise Fisher is the award winner of prizes from numerous prestigious competitions around the world, and has performed as soloist with the China Philharmonic Orchestra and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, among others. She received her Doctorate in Musical Arts from The Juilliard School in New York, where she also won the Richard F. French Prize for an outstanding dissertation.

Tor Frømyhr
Violinist and conductor Tor Frømyhr has toured extensively nationally and internationally with many chamber ensembles including Australian Contemporary Music Ensemble, Queensland Piano Trio, Ensemble I, Australian Chamber Orchestra and more. He continues an extensive performance and conducting career and also actively participates in the creation of new works.

David Pereira
David Pereira is well established as one of Australia’s most significant practicing 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.

Dr Edward Neeman
Australian-American pianist Edward Neeman has performed across five continents and has appeared as a soloist with the Prague Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony, Melbourne Symphony and more. He received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Juilliard School.

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