Haydn for Breakfast #6

  • May 7, 2022

    8.30am

  • Embassy of Poland

    7 Turrana St, Yarralumla ACT 2600

  • General Admission $60.00,

    Concession $55.00

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Join your fellow music lovers to start off the day with breakfast at six iconic Canberra locations, plus a musical performance and panel discussion moderated by Genevieve Jacobs.

8.30am            In-house breakfast

9.00am            Australian Haydn Ensemble plays Haydn Op. 20 no. 2, with Polish encore: Krupinski plays Paderewski

9.30am            Conversation with Festival artists

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  • May 7, 2022

    8.30am

  • Embassy of Poland

    7 Turrana St, Yarralumla ACT 2600

  • General Admission $60.00,

    Concession $55.00

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Artist Australian Haydn Ensemble

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In 2022 the Australian Haydn Ensemble (AHE) enters its 10th year as a recognised Australian period instrument ensemble of excellence. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Skye McIntosh, nationally and internationally-lauded musicians bring historically-inspired performances to life.

AHE has garnered a well-earned reputation for engaging audiences with imaginative programming, vibrant performances and enlightening workshops.This world-class ensemble performs at festivals, tours regularly throughout regional NSW, and presents its highly successful subscription series in Sydney, Canberra and other regional centres.

In 2022 the Ensemble will present five subscription concert tours, make its Adelaide Festival and Canberra International Music Festival debuts, perform at a number of other unique regional NSW festivals and release its second orchestral album on the ABC Classic label.

Artist Lucas Krupinski

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London-based Polish pianist Lucas Krupinski was born in Warsaw in 1992. He studied at the Zenon Brzewski School of Music and the Frederic Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, where he graduated with distinction under the supervision of Professor Alicja Paleta-Bugaj and Dr Konrad Skolarski. He continued his studies with Professor Arie Vardi at Hannover University (2017-2018) and with Professor Dmitri Alexeev at the Royal College of Music in London (2018-2019).   In 2016, he was awarded top prize at the 7th San Marino International Piano Competition, along with all of its contest prizes - the Audience Award, the Music Critics’ Award and the Orchestra Award. Lucas was a finalist at the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition in Bolzano in 2017, and also won international competitions in Hannover (2015), Aachen (2016) and Goerlitz (2020).   In 2018, Lucas gave his debut recital at Carnegie Hall and has since received invitations to play with the Chicago Philharmonic and the Buffalo Philharmonic. In the same year, he toured with the Santander Orchestra and more recently he has performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Teatro La Fenice in Venice, La Verdi in Milano and Merkin Hall in New York. Lucas’ debut album Espressione from 2017 was nominated for the International Classical Music Awards 2018.