Duo Histoire is one of Sydney’s finest emerging classical ensembles, always delivering fresh performances in a variety of musical styles. Their broad repertoire ranges from Argentinian tango to Spanish romantic music, from Bossa Nova standards to Classical repertoire. This unique combination of classical guitar and saxophone features award-winning musicians Murilo Tanouye and Nick Russoniello.
Since its formation in 2006, Duo Histoire has rapidly attracted the attention of audiences, appearing in music festivals and giving concerts across the country. Recently the Duo has recorded for ABC Classic FM, broadcast for Fine Music 102.5FM, performed at the Sydney Opera House for the prestigious Utzon Room Series and appeared as soloists with The Metropolitan Orchestra.
Duo Histoire will present an exciting program showcasing the diversity of the saxophone and guitar, with works by Debussy, Houghton, and Piazzolla.
About Seymour Nights
Seymour Centre is proud to present its new contemporary music program, Seymour Nights, launching this autumn and winter with ten live performances from some of the most vibrant voices in Australian music.
Featuring beloved big names like alt-bluegrass outfit, The Morrisons, and award-winning Indigenous duo, Stiff Gins, alongside rising stars like The Heart Collectors, Saije, Tom Myers and Nardean, the diverse program will also present new music from dynamic local companies including Musica Viva, Ensemble Offspring and Squabbalogic Independent Music Theatre.
Paying homage to new and niche sounds and championing homegrown artists both emerging and established, an evening at Seymour Nights is the perfect way to celebrate the return of live music.
This concert is presented in association with The Seymour Centre as part of their Seymour Nights program. Seymour Nights is proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with City of Sydney.
NICHOLAS RUSSONIELLO SAXOPHONE
Dates & Times
|Seymour Centre, Sydney||4 Dec 8PM|
|Full price||$25.00 - $6 transaction fee applies|
City Rd &, Cleveland St, Chippendale NSW 2008