Sydney Unitarian Church
15 Francis St. Darlinghurst NSW 2010
7pm to 8:30pm, Friday 11 June 2021
7pm to 8:30pm, Saturday 12 June 2021
$20 (students/under 18)
Francois Couperin (1668-1733)
Allemande in A Major for two harpsichords
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
Sonata in B-flat Major for Keyboard Four Hands, K358
Allegro, Adagio, Molto Presto
Alex Chilvers (born 1985)
Chainwheel (for Harpsichord Four Hands)
Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782)
Sonata in G Major for Two Keyboards, Op. 15/5
Tempo di Menuetto
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710–1784)
Sonata in F Major for Two Keyboards, BWV Anh. 188
Allegro e Moderato, Andante, Presto
Heath Henn is a historical keyboard specialist based in Sydney, Australia. He is currently undertaking research into the embellishment techniques of sixteenth-century Venetian keyboard works at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Heath gave his first performance on a virginal instrument at the eighth annual conference of the Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA) in May 2019.
Anthony Abouhamad holds a PhD in historical performance from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Australia. As a performer on historical keyboards, Anthony regularly collaborates with the Muffat Collective, Australian Haydn Ensemble and Australian Romantic and Classical Orchestra. In addition, Anthony is a tutor of several musicology and historical performance subjects at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
Alex Chilvers is an Australian music composer, researcher, and educator based in Sydney. He completed his PhD under the supervision of Michael Smetanin at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, where he currently teaches. Chilvers' music and his research explore the relationship between centuries-old musical traditions and contemporary approaches to composition — particularly in Poland, where he has studied with the composer Aleksander Lasoń.