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Duo Eclettico performs Versatile Saxophone in Primrose Potter Salon

Saxophonist Justin Kenealy and pianist Coady Green unite as Duo Eclettico, two award-winning Australian artists showcasing a dazzling array of virtuosic music for this rarely heard combination of instruments.

With works by living Australian composers Katy Abbott, John Carmichael, Justin Kenealy’s own original Bach transcription and the vibrant French masterpiece, Paule Maurice’s Tableaux de Provence, this concert offers insights into an eclectic and colourful range of music that is not often heard on the classical concert circuit. This upload was made possible thanks to support from the Department of Education and Training, and the Peggy and Leslie Cranbourne Foundation. 

Scriabin in the Himalayas

The concert, which was the highest publicly attended piano concert in history, featured Coady Green - Smith.

Held on the terrace of Thikse Monastery in Ladakh, India, Scriabin in the Himalayas was a spectacular concert in tribute to the great mystic and musical genius, Russian composer Alexander Scriabin. The occasion was fitting as exactly 100 years earlier, Scriabin passed on to the finer realms of harmony. His final opus, Mysterium Magnum, was left unfinished, and his bold designs of a seven-day-long, multi-sensory spectacle in a Himalayan monastery sadly had to be abandoned. This was the first performance of the composer’s music ever held at the foothills of the Himalayas–a realisation of his greatest dream over a century after its conception.

Bonnie Brown & Coady Green Piano Duo 

Paganini vars by Lutoslawski

Bonnie Brown and Coady Green perform the Paganini variations by W. Lutoslawski. Australian National Academy of Music, Melbourne Australia April 2008.

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