Hugh Ward-Perkins
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Hugh Ward-Perkins was born in Rome, graduated in medieval history and Italian literature in the UK and qualified as a musician (organ and harpsichord) in Italy. He has performed in early music ensembles, done research in Renaissance and Baroque music and taught in Italian conservatories.

Funk Engine mixing funk with all sorts of other styles

A great time, good humour and skilled young players who improvised amazingly elaborate solos over the stupendously bare materials of funk

Ensemble Offspring’s Light is calling

One of Australia’s finest contemporary-music outfits wisely programmed concert finished with Damien Ricketson’s Fractured Again, a ‘suite version’ of a longer work all about glass

Oppenheimer Noh

Blowing all prejudices to pieces and demonstrating that there is nothing to be afraid of. The end product was easy to follow and moving.

You could hear a pin drop during Brandenburg’s Mozart’s Fortepiano

Fortepiano really started to play under Bezuidenhout’s superb fingers in the Mozart concerto. You could hear a pin drop.

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