Simon Tedeschi + Kevin Hunt Fundraising Concert

Nov 05
 Event Date:
5th November 2015
 Event Time:
 Event Location:
The New Hall
Sydney Grammar School
Yurong Street Entrance
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Simon Tedeschi + Kevin Hunt Fundraising Concert



Following his enormous success of last year Simon Tedeschi joins forces with long time collaborator, renowned jazz pianist Kevin Hunt, in a two piano performance......a unique blend of styles and backgrounds.
Two amazing pianists on two pianos – a performance that transcends genre… where it’s hard to know where the jazz ends and the classical begins…stirring the jazz and classical realms into one musical recipe!
From this exciting mix, Tedeschi and Hunt serve up music from Bach to Duke Ellington, Gershwin and Brubeck, and a moving new work by Kevin Hunt.

‘... put them together and a new music sensation emerges!’  Canberra Times



Kevin Hunt

Simon Tedeschi

is a renowned and versatile jazz pianist who has shared the stage with international artists including Herb Ellis, Billy Cobham, Sheila Jordan and Larry Adler. Having recorded and performed with most of Sydney’s prominent jazz artists, toured extensively with the legendary Don Burrows, he is currently working with the Kevin Hunt Trio, and recording an album based on works for the Stuart & Sons piano and ancient Aboriginal chants of the Sydney region.

One of Australia’s most renowned and sought after pianists, having earned Symphony Australia’s Young Performer of the Year Award, a Centenary of Federation Medal, and the Legacy Award from the Creativity Foundation (USA). Acclaimed by critics and peers alike, he has performed in major concert halls throughout Europe, America and Asia; for world leaders including George W. Bush, Vladimir Putin and Nelson Mandela; and collaborated with luminaries of classical and jazz music including Larry Adler, James Morrison, Yvonne Kenny and Richard Bonynge.


This fundraising event will support the essential work of Arts Law in helping Australia's artists


Join us for an unforgettable musical evening!


Our Fundraising Raffle, featuring artworks from Indigenous artists including 2015 NATSIA award winner Jukuja Dolly Snell is now on sale.

To view prizes and purchase a ticket, please click here.



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