Hoang Pham Plays Brahms And Rachmaninoff

Hoang Pham in recital at the City Recital Hall
Hoang Pham in recital at the City Recital Hall

Award winning pianist Hoang Pham, presents a programme of music by Brahms and Rachmaninoff in a solo recital – the format that is closest to his heart. Hoang Pham is one of Australia’s finest concert pianists having won almost every major award available in the country including the ABC Symphony Australia Young Performer of the Year Award in 2013, Best Australian Pianist at the Sydney International Piano Competition in 2008, and Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition in 2005.

After arriving in Australia from Vietnam as a baby, Hoang began his piano studies at the age of three and a half under the guidance of his father. His studies continued at the Australian National Academy of Music and then in New York at the Manhattan School of Music.

Proceeds from this concert will go to Animals Asia to support their work to end bear farming in China and Vietnam, where over 12,000 bears are kept on bile farms.

The programme:

Brahms: Rhapsody in B minor, Op.79 No.1/ Intermezzo in A, Op.118 No.2

Rachmaninoff: Sonata No.2 in B-flat minor, Op.36


Rachmaninoff: Preludes from Op.3, 23 and 32/ Suite from Partita in E for violin by Bach

Brahms: Five Hungarian Dances

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Click here to read our Q and A with Hoang Pham.

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