Tait Performing Arts Association presents Stefan Cassomenos plays Beethoven
Monday 3 September 2012
7.30 FOR 8.00 PM (drinks on arrival)
Savage Club, 12-16 Bank Place, Melbourne
Stage II finalist from the Sydney International Piano Competition 2012
Stefan’s playing is something else: alive, passionate, dramatic – that was as near technically perfect as dammit. John Amis
If you missed Stefan’s virtuoso Liszt for John Amis last year at the Savage Club make sure you see this talented young composer, conductor and pianist perform:
VINE Toccatissimo (2012)
HAYDN Sonata Hob XVI/32 in b minor
BEETHOVEN Sonata No 31 Op 110 in A Flat Major
CHOPIN Berceuse, Op 57
LISZT-SCHUBERT Soirées de Vienne Valse caprice No 6
LISZT-VERDI Rigoletto Paraphrase
Tickets: $65 (including drinks and refreshments) – proceeds support the Tait Performing Arts Association.
The Tait Performing Arts Association is a not for profit organisation that raises funds to support emerging Australian performing artists wishing to study overseas. Sir Frank and Viola Tait, and the Tait brothers played an important part in the establishment of theatre and the performing arts in Australia.
The Tait Performing Arts Association acknowledges the generous support of Stefan Cassomenos and the Savage Club