pcm 1 LOGOWhat: The Peninsula’s best and brightest classical musicians once again join forces with Moldavian born conductor Evgeny Chebykin to present a program of Mozart and Haydn.

Now in their third year, Peninsula Chamber Musicians have sort to reinvigorated classical music making scene on the Mornington Peninsula. Their performances are family friendly and free for all primary and secondary aged students. Their slogan of Live Local, Listen Local is intended to encourage the Peninsula community to support their local musicians and young music students. Families are encouraged to attend performances and discover the wide and varied world of classical music music.

Brilliant Australian soloist Amir Farid will perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 27 on the John Tallis Foundation Schimmel Grand Piano.  Farid is no stranger to Peninsula, performing as a recitalist and soloist for Peninsula Music Society and at the Peninsula Summer Music Festival.

In 2006 Farid won the Australian National Piano Award and has been described as “a highly creative musician, a pianist of great intelligence and integrity. He brings strong musical substance to all that he does, imbuing it with his own particular experience and understanding”.

Program: Mozart- Magic Flute Overture

Mozart- Piano Concerto No. 27 in Bb Major

Haydn- Symphony No. 45 ‘The Farewell Symphony’

Where: Peninsula Community Theatre, Wilsons Rd Mornington

When: Saturday 7 November @ 4pm

Costs/ Ticketing: $25, $20 Primary and Secondary students free

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