Stefanie Dingnis – soprano & Krishna Martin – pianist
would love you to join them for a delightful afternoon of song
in aid of the nearthquake tragedy.
The program includes favourite works by Poulenc, Hahn, Liszt and Schumann,
as well as some favourites from musical theatre and cabaret.
Sunday 14th June 2.30 pm
Family (2 adults and 2 children) $45
Concession/Under 25’s $20
Tickets available at http://www.trybooking.com/HUZM or at the door
Sponsored by Richmond Uniting Church
A second concert will be held
on Sunday 21st June at Australian Piano World at 2.30 pm
1/200 Princes Highway Dandenong PH:8774 3388
Stephanie and Krishna are both graduates of Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, and recipients of numerous scholarships & awards.
Stefanie has worked with some of Australia’s best voices including Rosamund Illing,
Suzanne Johnston & Liane Keegan. She performs extensively around Melbourne and has recently returned
from New Zealand where she performed the Monteverdi 1610 Vespers with the Newman College & the Affetto players.
Krishna has appeared as guest soloist with orchestras here & abroad,
including more recently the Melbourne Sinfonia & Zhu Ying Orchestra in China,
performing works by Mozart, Grieg, Rachmaninov & Franck.
She has recently premiered a major work for four hands,
‘Echoes of Ancient Voices’ by Benjamin Martin,
partnered with the composer at the Macedon Music Festival this year.