French harpist Xavier de Maistre performing in Melbourne

The French pedal harpist Xavier de Maistre will be playing in Melbourne with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra on an Australian concert tour in May.

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A little bit about Xavier –

Xavier de Maistre was born in Toulon and began studying harp aged nine. He studied in Paris and in 1998 he was awarded first prize at the International Harp Competition in Bloomington, Indiana, immediately becoming the first French musician to join the ranks of the prestigious Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Since 2001 Xavier de Maistre has taught at the Hamburg Academy of Music. He also gives regular masterclasses at New York’s Juilliard School of Music, Tokyo’s Toho University and London’s Trinity College of Music.

For more information about Xavier visit his website – http://www.xavierdemaistre.com/biography/

For more information about his Melbourne concerts and tickets go to – https://www.brandenburg.com.au/concerts/2018/the-harpist-xavier-de-maistre/

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2017 MITCH AUTUMN CONCERT

braemar 2Sunday April 23, 2017 2.30 pm

1499 Mount Macedon Rd, Woodend

The 2017 MITCH Autumn concert is a celebration of the amazing music teachers that ensure quality music performance will exist for years to come.

The Harpies with Shaun Evans are all passionate and active Braemar College music teachers who delight in sharing their talents with wider audiences as well as their fortunate students.

The Resonance Orchestra String players are a close bonding of teachers and students joined in their love of string music. The group has grown out of the Woodend Primary School music program and continues to develop the playing of stringed instruments in the Macedon Ranges in many exciting ways.

Exciting young pianist Rebecca Clarke is the latest exceptional student of Bron Sozanski to delight MITCH audiences.

Admission
$31   Adult
$10.50 Children under 15 years

Please book through Trybooking at https://www.trybooking.com/PIVA
or https://www.trybooking.com/269594