2022 Festival

Saturday,October 15, 2022 - 2pm

This concert presents Piers Lane, Daniel de Borah, Stephen Emmerson, Bernard Lanskey, Jenni Flemming, Brachi Tilles & the Viney Grinberg Duo. Includes afternoon tea and Q&A with Piers Lane, Bernard Lanskey & Liam Viney

Carnival, Candide, to the Caribbean
Saturday October 15, 2022 - 2pm

Trailblazers - Sunday, October 16, 2022 - 2pm

This concert features the renowned Daniel Herscovitch and Benjamin Kopp in a concert of trailblazing 20th Century works for two-pianos, including Roger Smalley's landmark work, Accord.

With One Accord
Sunday, October 16, 2022 - 2pm

Tickets and Venue Information


Tickets and Venue Information for the Nickson Room, School of Music, University of Queensland

Tickets & Venue Information
 

A Carnival from Candide to the Caribbean

Venue:
Nickson Room, School of Music, University of Queensland
Level 4, Zelman Cowan Building, Staff House Road, St Lucia

Price:
Weekend package (includes Saturday and Sunday concerts, afternoon tea on Saturday 15, Q&A with Piers Lane, Bernard Lanskey & Liam Viney): $60 Adult, $40 Concession   
Individual ticket prices:  $50 Adult, $30 Concession (Includes Afternoon Tea, Q&A with Piers Lane, Bernard Lanskey & Liam Viney)

Duration:
2 hours 30 minutes (including interval/afternoon tea)

Tickets:
Tickets are available to purchase directly from our website, or via eventbrite. If not sold out, tickets will be available at the door.  

This concert features Piers Lane, Daniel de Borah, Viney-Grinberg Duo, Stephen Emmerson, Bernard Lanskey, Brachi Tilles and Jenni Flemming.  During the Interval, afternoon tea will be served, and Piers Lane will host a Q&A with Bernard Lanskey & Liam Viney. 

Leonard Bernstein/arranged Harmon  Overture to Candide for piano four hands
Brachi Tilles and Jenni Flemming

Franz Schubert  Rondo in A major D 951 for piano four hands
Piers Lane and Daniel De Borah

Andrew Schultz 12 Variations for piano duet
Stephen Emmerson and Bernard Lanskey

Astor Piazzolla  Libertango for 2 pianos
Brachi Tilles and Jenni Flemming 

- Interval -  Afternoon tea and Q&A with Piers Lane, Bernard Lanskey & Liam Viney

Robert Davidson The Carnival of Extinct Animals piano 4 hands and video
Viney-Grinberg Duo 

Schumann/arranged Debussy 6 Canonic Etudes Opus 56  for 2 pianos
Piers Lane and Daniel De Borah

Michel Camilo Caribe arranged for 2 pianos
Jenni Flemming and Piers Lane

This concert is presented in partnership with the University of Queensland, School of Music.

 

Parking:

Parking is free on the weekends at the University of Queensland.  Live feed parking space availability and map

How to get to the Nickson Room:
Enter the Zelman Cowen Building at Level 3 (Ground Floor).
Go up the stairs to level 4.
Turn right and go through the sliding doors (there is a foyer monitor with musical videos/information on the wall)

The UQ Map App can be helpful for getting around the campus: https://my.uq.edu.au/mobile-apps


 

With One Accord 

Venue:
Nickson Room, School of Music, University of Queensland
Level 4, Zelman Cowan Building, Staff House Road, St Lucia

Price:
Weekend package (including Saturday and Sunday concerts, Afternoon tea on Saturday 15, Q&A with Piers Lane, Bernard Lanskey & Liam Viney): $60 Adult, $40 Concession   
Individual ticket prices: $30 Adult, $20 Concession  

Duration:
1.5 hours (including interval)

Tickets:
Tickets are available to purchase directly from our website, or via eventbrite. If not sold out, tickets will be available at the door. 

This concert features renowned Sydney-based pianists Daniel Herscovitch and Benjamin Kopp, in a stunning program of twentieth-century works for two pianos, including Roger Smalley's landmark Accord.  


Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)
Sonata for Two Pianos (1944)

Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
Mazurka Elegiaca, Op.23 No.2 (1941)

Kate Moore (b.1979)
The Body is an Ear (2011)

- Interval -

Roger Smalley (1943-2015)
Accord for Two Pianos (1975)


Daniel Herscovitch, piano
Benjamin Kopp, piano

 

This concert is generously sponsored by Pattie Benjamin.
This concert is presented in partnership with the University of Queensland, School of Music.

 

Parking:

Parking is free on the weekends at the University of Queensland.  Live feed parking space availability and map

How to get to the Nickson Room:
Enter the Zelman Cowen Building at Level 3 (Ground Floor).
Go up the stairs to level 4.
Turn right and go through the sliding doors (there is a foyer monitor with musical videos/information on the wall)

The UQ Map App can be helpful for getting around the campus: https://my.uq.edu.au/mobile-apps


 

The University of Queensland, School of Music - Nickson Room 

Level 4, Zelman Cowen Building (51)
Staff House Road
The University of Queensland
St Lucia QLD 4072, Australia

Parking is free on the weekends at The University of Queensland.  Live feed parking space availability and map

The closest parking station is the Conifer Knoll Parking Station, which is a gentle 10 minute walk.  One can arrange drop offs on Staff House Road or Jocks Road, adjacent to the School. 
On Google Maps, you can locate the School of Music by the "Zelman Cowen Building", adjacent to the lake. 

How to get to the Nickson Room:
Enter the Zelman Cowen Building at Level 3 (Ground Floor).
Go up the stairs to level 4.
Turn right and go through the sliding doors (there is a foyer monitor with musical videos/information on the wall)


The UQ Map App can be helpful for getting around the campus: https://my.uq.edu.au/mobile-apps

Ticketing 

Tickets for these weekend events are available via our website and Eventbrite, or at the door if not sold out prior.  Tickets are on sale now! 

Weekend package (including two concerts, Afternoon tea on Saturday 15, Q&A with Piers Lane, Bernard Lanskey & Liam Viney): $60 Adult, $40 Concession   

Individual ticket prices:  
Saturday 15 October, 2pm: $50 Adult, $30 Concession (Includes Afternoon Tea, Q&A with Piers Lane, Bernard Lanskey & Liam Viney)
Sunday 16 October, 2pm: $30 Adult, $20 Concession  

Lake at UQ, adjacent to the School of Music
Image: Lake at UQ, adjacent to the School of Music