Tait Memorial Recitals with a Qld Connection

Concert series for young Australian performers

The concert is part of the Tait Memorial Trust’s Tuesdays at Home series. It goes online on the 4th August at 9pm but you can also just watch it anytime after this date for six months. The programme is Beethoven Romance No. 1 in G Op. 40, Raff Cavatina, Beethoven Sonata for Piano and Violin No. 8 in G and Bartok Romanian Folk Dances Nos. 5 and 6. Here is the link for more information and tickets: https://www.taitmemorialtrust.org/product/celebrating-beethoven-250-august-4th/

You may like to revisit a Concert given for the Tait Trust in May by Brisbane’s own Courtenay Cleary on Violin, with pianist Kathy Sander and clarinettist Dr Phillipa Robinson – featuring the haunting Amy Beach Romance, Bach Adagio and Fugue from Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV1001,Mozart Sonata for Violin and Piano in B flat Major, KV454, Arthur Benjamin Sonatina for Violin and Piano


Tait Tuesdays at Home Concerts Box Office

In support of the Tait Emergency Relief Fund for Australian & New Zealand Artists, we are sharing performances online to you in your home not only to our supporters here in the U.K., but also for our many supporters in Australia and New Zealand. 

Tait Awardees and other young musicians are giving lockdown streaming concert performances from their home to yours in our concert series called TAIT TUESDAYS AT HOME.

Purchase a ticket here on the website and receive a link to the streaming premiere of the concert, or enjoy it any time, as many times as you like, over the following six months from the comfort and safety of your home.https://cafdonate.cafonline.org//Widget/13603?fix=0

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