Music is a way to connect us and to make us feel and think differently; moods change too and the things we’d like to hear can depend simply on the kind of day it has been.
To explore this, award-winning pianist Andrea Lam introduces an interactive experience where the audience ‘chooses its own musical adventure’ and determines the music of the day – with options spanning from J. S. Bach to Bill Evans.
Interwoven through the concert will be Schubert’s breathtaking Sonata in A major, D. 959, that reveals and revels in all of life – encapsulating beauty, warmth, grandeur, intimacy, nostalgia, joy, melancholy and whimsy – all elements explored in some way through the audience’s choice of offered works, whichever they will be.
Blackheath: Presented by the Blackheath Chamber Music Festival in association with Musica Viva Australia as part of its Regional Touring program.
Orange: Presented by Orange Regional Conservatorium in association with Musica Viva Australia as part of its Regional Touring program.
Grafton: Presented by Clarence Valley Conservatorium in association with Musica Viva Australia as part of its Regional Touring program.
ANDREA LAM PIANO
SCHUBERT Sonata in A major D 959
Interwoven with 3 to 4 of audience choices that receive the most votes from the list below*
BACH Aria from Goldberg Variations BWV 988 BRAHMS Intermezzo in A major Opus 118 No.1 CHOPIN Nocturne in C sharp minor Opus posthumous DEBUSSYClair de Lune EÖTVÖSMinikins GERSHWIN Prelude GLASS Etude No.2 HINDSONSad Piano