Piano season at Tiromoana

RISING STARS: Brother and sister duo Leroy and Anna Ma will be performing on the piano on Wednesday at Tiromoana. Picture supplied
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BROTHER and sister duo Leroy and Anna Ma’s Wednesday recital at Tiromoana, Wainui, marks the beginning of a series of three concerts of young rising stars of the piano.

The two prize-winning sibling pianists are studying in the Rising Stars programme at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

Leroy recently placed third in a major international competition for young pianists in Russia. He and Anna will play solo works by Janacek, Debussy, Chopin, Beethoven and Liszt and a four-hands piece by Schubert.

BROTHER and sister duo Leroy and Anna Ma’s Wednesday recital at Tiromoana, Wainui, marks the beginning of a series of three concerts of young rising stars of the piano.

The two prize-winning sibling pianists are studying in the Rising Stars programme at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

Leroy recently placed third in a major international competition for young pianists in Russia. He and Anna will play solo works by Janacek, Debussy, Chopin, Beethoven and Liszt and a four-hands piece by Schubert.

Tiromoana’s summer series concerts present brother and sister pianists Leroy and Anna Ma, Wednesday, December 20. 7.30pm. To attract a younger audience, the rising star concerts at Tiromoana are free for children and students. Adults pay $25 if they attend one concert and $20 if they attend two or more.

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