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Member$64.00
Adult$74.00
Concession$69.00
Child U18$49.00

One of the world’s most legendary pianists comes to Bendigo for an iconic program of Bach, Mozart, Handel, and Brahms! 

Winning the hearts of Australian audiences with sold out Australian national tours, Angela Hewitt finally returns to Australia for the first time in seven years. 

This piano recital of the year links the compositional magic and genius of Bach, Mozart, Handel, and Brahms, through themes of variation, chaconne, and fantasia. 

Mozart’s volatile Fantasie for Piano in C minor, K475 opens the program, setting the stage for his famous Sonata in C minor K457, reuniting these works which were first published together in 1785. To conclude the first half, Angela then brings her profound understanding of J.S. Bach to his Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in D minor. 

In the second half,  Angela explores Themes and Variations: Handel’s majestic Chaconne in G Major HWV435 which prepares us for Brahms’ homage - his endlessly inventive Variations on a Theme by Handel Op.24. 

A night simply not to be missed for any pianist or music lover. 


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Production

W.A. MOZART: Fantasie for Piano in C minor, K475

W.A. MOZART: Sonata for Piano No. 14 in C minor, K457

J.S. BACH: Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor, BWV 903

Interval

G. HANDEL: Chaconne in G major, HWV. 435

J. BRAHMS: Variations on a theme of Handel, Op. 24

 

Tickets

 

Member

$64.00

 

Adult

$74.00

 

Concession

$69.00

 

Child U18

$49.00

The Venue: The Capital

 

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