Two Grands Four Hands

Friday 30th of August 2024 - Friday 30th of August 2024

Presented By: Lighthouse Theatre and Promac Productions... read more.

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Timor Street, Warrnambool, VIC, 3280
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Presented By: Lighthouse Theatre and Promac Productions.

Indulge in the exhilarating experience of witnessing two virtuoso pianists captivate audiences at the grand pianos in a dazzling showdown.

Two Grands Four Hands promises an electrifying evening of musical mastery, featuring the extraordinary talents of Australia’s premier concert pianists, Elyane Laussade and William Schmidt. The performance is elevated with the enchanting vocals of International Soprano Alison Jones and narrated by the compelling voice of Chris McKenna.

Elyane Laussade, a globally acclaimed concert pianist, has graced stages worldwide and adorned the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra as a guest soloist. Hailing from the USA, she honed her craft at the prestigious Juilliard School of Music in New York.

In a serendipitous turn of events, Elyane played a pivotal role in discovering her co-star, William Schmidt, at an Eisteddfod 19 years ago. William has since showcased his musical prowess across Australia and performed recitals in the cultural hub of Vienna.

Together, this dynamic duo will present a diverse program that traverses musical landscapes, from the classical compositions of Mozart and Debussy to the timeless melodies of Mancini and Bacharach. Brace yourself for an extraordinary feat as they condense the entire Gilbert and Sullivan operas into a mesmerizing 90 seconds! Two Grands Four Hands guarantees an unforgettable fusion of virtuosity and entertainment.

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