Grand Duo

Anna Goldsworthy

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre


Concert Rescheduled: Grand Duo

Due to ongoing restrictions, we regret to advise that Anna Goldsworthy and Konstantin Shamray’s Grand Duo has been rescheduled to Saturday 5 November 2022.

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Event details

In a celebration of musical friendship, fellow pianists Konstantin Shamray and Anna Goldsworthy join forces for a four-hand piano recital.

The duo showcase Beethoven’s Three Marches, Schubert’s great ‘Grand Duo,’ and their own arrangement of Schubert’s haunting Ständchen.

About the artists

Anna Goldsworthy is Melbourne Recital Centre’s 2021 Artist-&-Writer-in-Residence. As a pianist, Anna performs extensively throughout Australia and internationally. An accomplished chamber musician, Anna is a founding member of the much-loved ensemble Seraphim Trio. Adelaide’s brilliant, Russian-trained Konstanin Shamray is an exhilarating performer with faultless technique and fearless command of the piano.

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Anna Goldsworthy piano
Konstantin Shamray piano


Ludwig van Beethoven
Three Marches, Op.45 (10′)

Franz Schubert – arr. Goldsworthy/Shamray
Ständchen, D.889

Franz Schubert
Sonata for Piano Duet in C, D.812,
Grand Duo


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