The Morandini House Concert on Friday 29th November at 7:00pm, will feature virtuoso pianist Ludwig Treviranus on the theme of fantasy, in which Ludwig will explore harmony and narrative through music.
Wellington-born Ludwig Treviranus is of Samoan/German heritage and is currently Assistant Piano Programme Coordinator and Coordinator for Music Language at Albany School of Music, Auckland.
He holds a Doctorate of Music from Florida State University where he studied under Dr Read Gainsford. In the USA, he was a finalist for the Beethoven International Piano Sonata Competition in Memphis, Tennessee (2009) as well as the Florida State Music School Chopin Competition (2010). Before his studies in Florida, Ludwig held a scholarship as a Maori/Pacific Island scholar to complete his Master's degree at the University of Auckland under Dr Rae de Lisle.
If you came to the concert that Ludwig gave at my home 5 years ago, then you'll know that he's a superb communicator as well as a fantastic pianist. If you don't know Ludwig, then this short YouTube recording will give you an introduction or you might like to visit his website.
Time: 7pm, please come between 6.30 and 6.50pm
Tickets: $40 (children under 15 years free) TIcket price includes finger food, wine and non-alcoholic drinks.
Bookings: SOLD OUT
JS Bach Fantasy in C Minor
CPE Bach Rondo in C minor
Mozart 12 Variations on "Ah, vous dirai-je Maman"
Scriabin Sonata-Fantasy No. 2 in G# Minor
Mary Brett Nocturne
Paul Schramm What A Silly Joke
Liszt Bénédiction de Dieu dans le solitude