Timothy Young performs Chopin, Liszt and Rachmaninoff

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2024 Don Huntley Memorial Piano Recital.

Australian pianist Timothy Young is a much sought after recitalist, soloist and chamber musician performing regularly in Australia’s major festivals. His versatility and large repertoire has seen him forge a career as a pianist that highlights the eclectic nature of the instrument itself. As a concerto soloist he has performed with the Australian World Orchestra, the MSO, the MCO and play/directing the ANAM orchestra. As a regular recitalist with prominent instrumentalists and singers his experience and repertoire is extensive. A founding member of Ensemble Liaison, he has composed and made countless arrangements for their ‘Ensemble Liaison and Friends’ annual series. His recordings on numerous labels include Decca UK, ABC Classics, Heritage Records UK, Tall Poppies, MOVE records, Melba Records and EL Records. Timothy is also a passionate educator and is Head of Piano at ANAM where he has been resident faculty for over 21 years, teaching and training Australia’s and New Zealand’s most talented young musicians.

Frequent festival appearances include all of Australia’s major festivals and internationally the Novi Sad Music Summer Festival in Serbia, the Kotor Arts International Festival in Montenegro, MIMIR Festival Texas, and the Capraia Festival of Music in Italy.

Content: Wendouree Performing Arts Centre

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Wendouree Centre for Performing Arts

1220 Howitt St, Wendouree VIC 3355

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VIP tickets $60 – includes afternoon tea and an opportunity to meet Timothy after the show.

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