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Classical guitar Society Sydney

Contra Guitar Duo in concert

Where
9 Mitchell Rd
Alexandria NSW 2015
Australia
The Church
When

Saturday 13 May 2023 from 7:30pm to 9pm

Cost

Adult: $40Concession: $35CGS Members: $30

Excited to perform their Sydney debut, Contra Guitar Duo is performing at the Church in Alexandria to celebrate the release of their self-titled debut.

The duo of Emma-Shay and Hamish have recently returned to their hometown of Brisbane after living and performing across Europe.

The concert is a celebration of the guitar and its diversity and reflects the duo’s unique personality and musical inspirations. Having met at their University auditions in 2011, the pair have travelled the world together, sharing their infectious love for the classical guitar. Their Sydney concert features a premiere Maria Grenfell’s Di Primavera reworked for guitar duo alongside exciting contemporary Australian repertoire, European classical music and a thrilling work from Clarice Assad inspired by the rich traditions of Brazilian folk and classical music.

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Classical guitar Society Sydney

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