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TSO Gillham plays Grieg (Hobart)

Grieg’s blistering piano concerto


“[His] virtuosity was much on display, but it was his extraordinary interpretive skill that left me overwhelmed.” Limelight

Since taking out first prize in the Montreal International Music Competition in 2014, Australian pianist Jayson Gillham has been thrilling audiences worldwide with his faultless technique and finely honed judgement. He makes his keenly anticipated debut with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra as soloist in Grieg’s blistering piano concerto.

Schumann’s dynamic Symphony No 3 is one of the touchstones of the symphonic repertoire. Its great sweeping gestures have energised listeners for generations. At the helm of this vibrant concert is acclaimed Norwegian maestro, Eivind Aadland.

Click here for the Launceston concert on 13 April.


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TSO Gillham plays Grieg (Hobart)

Federation Concert Hall
1 Davey Street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

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