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A thrilling program of beautiful piano quartets with four artists of extraordinary skill and warmth. Along with two Principals from the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in Concertmaster Andrew Haveron and Principal Viola Tobias Breider, Goldner Quartet cellist Julian Smiles joins pianist Kathryn Selby to open with the lyrical hymn-like work by well-known Australian composer Paul Stanhope.

The passionate world of Fauré’s great first piano quartet is a perennial favourite, and the program closes with the unending and delicious melodies by Dvořák in his last piano quartet. A rare treat for Selby & Friends and a program to truly savour.


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  • Paul Stanhope
    My Song is Love Unknown (2000)
    Gabriel Fauré
    Piano Quartet No.1 in C minor (1883)
    Antonin Dvořák
    Piano Quartet No.2 in E-flat Major, Op.87
  • Andrew Haveron
    Violin
    Tobias Breider
    Viola
    Julian Smiles
    Cello