Noosa Music Society 2019 Young Pianist Awards is on December 8.
Noosa Music Society 2019 Young Pianist Awards is on December 8.

Pianists set to ‘dazzle’

ASPIRING pianists will put on a dazzling show as they compete for grand prizes at the Noosa Music Society 2019 Young Pianist Awards.

The awards will showcase the most talented national, state and Sunshine Coast young pianists at the Gala Concert on Sunday, December 8 where the winners will be announced.

The Noosa Music Society’s awards were created to encourage and recognise the next generation of pianists at a national, state and local level.

Belle Property Sunshine Coast Local Prize of $1000 goes to the most outstanding Sunshine Coast pianist aged 17 and under.

The Noosa Music Society Young Pianist Awards Gala Concert will be held on Sunday, December 8 from 3.30pm at Good Shepherd Lutheran College, Noosaville.

The following finalists will perform their solo works:

Keely Long, Ethan Linkhorn, Florence Miller-Metzner, Thomas van Bruggen, Chloe Iona, Saxon

Mills Booth, Isobel Cumpston, Noah Winton and Neo Zhang

Tamara Anna Cislowska will be our celebrity judge and the winner will decided on the night and presented with a prize of $1000 donated by Noosa Belle Property.

The competition is inclusive of all styles of pianists.

There are no restrictions on the genre or period of piano repertoire – classical, experimental, jazz, pop, film music etc. Recitals will be judged on musicality rather than the degree of difficulty of the works presented, and must demonstrate professional stage craft.

Tickets are $47.50 Premium, $35 Adult, $25 Concession (Pensioner/Senior) and $15 Student and can be purchased at www.thej.com.au or at the door.

For tickets contact The J Theatre at thej.com.au


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