Past Events

Autumn Piano Weekend 2013 was held at Glenfern on March 23 & 24

Around 22 pianists participated in a packed program of piano study in the historic surrounds of National Trust property Glenfern, in East St Kilda, Melbourne... Read more

2014 Piano Marathon at Rippon Lea

Between 10am and 5pm on Sunday February 16, up to 100 pianists, young and old, performed in the Ballroom at Rippon Lea on a fine Bernstein piano from Bernies Music Land. Read the invitation and information letter about this fundraising event for the National Trust.

Brochures and reports for some of our previous events:

Spring Piano School 2015: Brochure

Spring Piano School 2013: Brochure, Report

Autumn Piano Weekend 2013: Brochure, Report

Piano Marathon 2013: Letter and Application Form

Spring Piano School 2012: Brochure, Report

Spring Piano School 2011: Brochure, Report

Spring Piano School 2010: Brochure, Report

Spring Piano School 2009: Brochure, Report

International Teachers Seminar 2010: Brochure, Report

International Teachers Seminar 2009: Report

Spring Piano School Junior Program - Students and staff after the final concert and certificate presentation
Spring Piano School Junior Program - Students and staff after the final concert and certificate presentation

Upcoming Events

A Christmas Musical Offering streaming on YouTube

Highlights from the Team's Rigg Bequest Season 2020 & 2021 at Glenfern

Join us for some highlights from our Glenfern live-stream recitals over the past 18 months! Featuring wonderful guest artists from Bow, Reed and Hammer (March 2021), Where the Wild Sings Are! (April 2021), The Sorrows of Young Werther (May 2021) and Winter Warmers at Glenfern (July 2020).

Introduced by the Team Partners Rohan Murray, Darryl Coote and Robert Chamberlain, plus a video address by Dr Deborah Jackson, President of the Friends of the Team of Pianists. Our free Christmas gift to all - just click on the link below at this date and time!

Date and Time

Saturday December 11, 2021
7.30pm - 8.30pm AEDT
Free Live-Stream via YouTube

YouTube Streaming Link

Rigg Bequest Classic Music at Glenfern - Concert 4

Let All the World Sing!

Melbourne Capella Chamber Choir, conducted by Nicholas Cowall, with Rohan Murray at the piano, perform a program that contrasts Charles Stanford's Songs of the Sea, the much-loved Mystical Songs by Vaughan Williams with works by little known Soviet composer Georgi Sviridov (1915 – 1998), whose lyrical late-Romantic style finds immediate appeal with audiences. With one performance of this program at 3.00pm and another at 6.30pm, you can choose to be part of a small socially-distanced in-venue audience at either performance, or enjoy the 6.30pm performance as a live-streamed recital from the comfort of your own home!

Date and Time

Sunday March 27, 2022
3.00pm or 6.30pm (for audience in-venue attendance)
Glenfern, 417 Inkerman St, East St Kilda, VIC
or
6.30pm (for the Live-Stream via YouTube)

Book here soon for Audience In-Venue Attendance Book here soon for Digital Livestream Online Viewing (via YouTube)

Rigg Bequest Classic Music at Glenfern - Concert 5

Masterworks from Great Traditions

Melbourne Symphony musicians Kathryn Taylor (violin), Gabrielle Halloran (viola), Rohan de Korte (cello) join Darryl Coote (piano), in a program contrasting Beethoven's Sonata in G minor for cello & piano Op 5 No 2, Brahm's Sonata in F minor for viola & piano and Mozart's attractive Piano quartet in G minor KV 478. With one performance of this program at 3.00pm and another at 6.30pm, you can choose to be part of a small socially-distanced in-venue audience at either performance, or enjoy the 6.30pm performance as a live-streamed recital from the comfort of your own home! Download the flyer here.

Date and Time

Sunday April 10, 2022
3.00pm or 6.30pm (for audience in-venue attendance)
Glenfern, 417 Inkerman St, East St Kilda, VIC
or
6.30pm (for the Live-Stream via YouTube)

Book here soon for Audience In-Venue Attendance Book here soon for Digital Livestream Online Viewing (via YouTube)

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