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Dear <<First Name>>,
 
Thank you to everyone who joined us this week for our second live stream, from our new premises at the North Adelaide Baptist Church Hall, thanks to our friends the National Trust South Australia. 

Our third broadcast will take place on Wednesday, 8 April, at 12:30pm, featuring cellist Greg Tuske. The concerts will last for approximately one hour.

If you enjoy the concert, we are asking patrons to consider donating $5, the normal door price for a Lunch Hour Series ticket, to help support our efforts with this initiative. Donations are tax deductible. 100% of money donated will go directly to our emerging artists programs. You can donate online at https://recitalsaustralia.org.au/donate5

You can join us via the following methods:
The concert will also be available for later viewing via our website and Vimeo.

The series culminates with a prestigious final on Saturday June 13, where the best of the season compete for the Berenice Harrison Prize of up to $1000.

The full program of the whole season is available on our website at https://recitalsaustralia.org.au/whats-on/lunch-hour-series/ or you can download the PDF to print at home. Note that for the rest of 2020, you will not be able to attend in person.

If you have any friends that would appreciate this information, please do forward this email or ask them to visit https://recitalsaustralia.org.au/whats-on/lunch-hour-series/ to sign themselves up for their own e-mail - much appreciated you helping spread the word. And of course, do let me know if you have any questions or comments, love to hear from you.

Program
Wednesday April 8
12.30pm


Greg Tuske
cello

J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Suite No.1 in G
i. Prelude
ii. Allemande
iii. Courante
iv. Sarabande
v. Menuets 1, 2
vi. Gigue
  
Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967)
Sonata for solo cello Op.8
i. Allegro maestoso ma appassionato
 
Gaspar Cassadó (1897-1966)
Suite for solo cello
 
 20’  |  8’  |  16’ 
 
 

ABOUT GREG

Greg Tuske was born in 1990 in South Australia to Hungarian parents, both musicians. He studied cello with Barbara Yelland and later with Niall Brown, a former Australian String Quartet cellist.

At the age of 11, he received a single studies scholarship at the University of Adelaide. He has won many competitions, was awarded the David Bishop cello medallion, a State Prize for the most outstanding cellist 16 years and under, Young Performers’ Award second prize for the string concerto competition (playing Elgar cello concerto at age 14), Royal Annual Award of “Recitals Australia” for the most outstanding young performer in 2005 and received the Diploma of AMUSA at age 15.

His family then returned to Hungary where Greg continued his musical studies at the Franz Liszt Academy, under the renowned cellist Perényi Miklós. Obtaining the Bachelor degree, he studied further at the International Menuhin Music Academy in Switzerland. Here he worked and studied with various teachers including Pablo Naveran, Stanimir Tudorov, Niall Brown (again) and also had masterclasses with famous violin teachers such as Liviu Prunaru (Concertmaster at the Royal Concertgebow) and Maxim Vengerov, one of the biggest stars of the violin today. As member of the academy’s Camerata Orchestra, he has performed also in Italy, Germany, Poland, France and Israel.

During his Swiss studies, Greg was a founding member of the prize-winning ‘Quatour Lumiére’ . Prizes won were from the Gianni Bergamo chamber music competition,  the Mozart International String Quartet Competition in Salzburg and also the Wigmore Hall String Quartet Competition’s  ’Jeunesses Musicales Deutchland’ Prize.

Greg worked with the MÁV Symphony Orchestra as a leader of the cello section from 2015 to 2017 in Budapest and then for a year with the Hungarian National Philharmonic as a tutti cellist.
Currently Greg is keen to establish his career in Adelaide as a soloist, a chamber musician, and an orchestral cellist.
 
Lewis Blanchard, ClarinetRecitals Australia presents the Lunch Hour Series as part of our educational and outreach programs. It aims to support and mentor young emerging artists and provides valuable performance opportunities in front of an audience

The program is entirely supported through donations. We'd appreciate any assistance you can give us, and are happy to discuss a donation on the phone on 08 8236 7488 or you can donate directly online at https://recitalsaustralia.org.au/donate/

The Series culminates in the special Awards Final on Saturday 13 June, which will see eligible musicians from that series compete for individual awards of up to $1000, including the Berenice Harrison Prize.

Supporting South Australian emerging artists and musicians for nearly 50 years, Recitals Australia is entirely run by a volunteer council and relies on donations to support all of our programs. We thank our donors and partners for their support of the 2020 Spring Series: 5MBS Radio, National Trust South Australia, Pilgrim Uniting Church, Musica Viva, ArtFuel by I-Nex and many individual donors and volunteers.

Look forward to seeing you there! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me.

Best wishes.



Mark de Raad
President
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