Katie Kim & Ed Chan
Sonatas for Flute & Piano : Schubert, Debussy, Poulenc
Ed Chan is returning to Bendigo to join Katie Kim to present some of the most popular music written for flute and piano. The duo will explore the lyricism of Schubert’s Introduction and Variations on Trockne Blumen (Withered Flowers), the soundscape of French impressionism in Debussy’s Sonata and the Poulenc’s harmonically colourful Sonata for Flute and Piano.
Katie’s chamber music performances began in 2017 in Heathcote and Bendigo. Whilst teaching instrumental music at Castlemaine Secondary College, Marist College, Victory Christian College and Moama Anglican Grammar School, she is passionate about collaborating with other instrumentalists to bring chamber music to Bendigo audiences.
Ed has extensive training as a lieder and choral accompanist. The awards Ed received include ‘The Best Accompanist Prize’ in the vocal competition of the Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts in 2015, a recipient of the 2018 Young Songmakers Development Program and ‘Lieder Accompaniment Award’ in the Melbourne International Festival of Lieder and Art Song.
The Venue: Bendigo Bank Theatre
This unique heritage space has a leadlight lantern ceiling and was the original 1873 lodge room of the Freemasons.
The Bendigo Bank Theatre is located on the ground floor of The Capital at 50 View Street.More about Bendigo Bank Theatre
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