Due to an overwhelming response the free small groups tours have sold out, but we are excited to announce a special VIP event at 5pm that will now be open to the public. Bookings open now - book early to avoid diappointment!To mark Paul Tunzi's 40th year as a internationally recognised master technician he invites you to unique a salon style experience. You are invited to gather around some of Perth's finest musicians as they demonstrate a variety of historical and modern Keyboard instruments and the music that was composed for them.
- Children and adults alike will marvel as the finest performers and teachers from the UWA School of Music and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts demonstrate instruments from the 1700s to the present day.
- Discover the instruments!
Clavichord, Harpsichord, Square Piano, Fortepiano and Modern Piano.
- Discover repertoire!
From Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical and Romantic to Contemporary and Jazz.
Discover the musicians!
Graeme Gilling, Geoffrey Lancaster AM, Tom O’Halloran, Anna Sleptsova, Stewart Smith, Ceclia Sun, Raymond Yong and David Wickham.
Discover the journey of keyboard!
- Under the supervision of an experienced teacher, experience playing a grand piano, harpsichord and fortepiano
- View a disassembled grand piano
- Explore the Stuart Symonds collection of Keyboard Instruments, including the 'First Fleet Piano' (the first piano to arive in Australia!
Entry is free but places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment!
DATE & TIME
- Saturday 2 September 2017
Session commence at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm and 2pm.
VIP Concert 5-6pm (Government House Ballroom)
Please allow 1.5 -2hrs to enjoy the full experience.
City of Perth Library
573 Hay St, Perth, WA 6000
Government House Ballroom
St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000
This event is hosted jointly by the UWA School of Music and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and supported by the Government House Foundation and the City of Perth.
Thanks to generous donations from Kawai Australia in association with UWA School of Music and Yamaha Australia in association with the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts at Edith Cowan University, 2 government primary schools will have the chance to receive a brand new upright piano! Further details from: paultunzi.com