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Sun 31 Jul 2016, 2:30pm–4:00pm

Where: Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

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Listed by: guyjudith

The July 31 concert in the Globe Sunday Matinee series was to have been by the Trio Bella instrumental ensemble.

Their concert has unfortunately had to be rescheduled to the beginning of next year. This will be disappointing to patrons who have enjoyed their fine contributions to the consistently high standards of performance they have come to expect from the series and will have been looking forward to their concert.

What is fortunate, however, is that we have an excellent replacement in pianist Liam Wooding.

Liam Wooding is a pianist from Wanganui, New Zealand. He is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree at the University of Waikato under Katherine Austin. Previously, he studied at the University of Auckland, completing a Bachelor of Music with Rae de Lisle in 2013.

Pursuing a diverse career as a pianist, Liam is an active performer of solo, collaborative and contemporary music. Liam has performed concertos with the University of Auckland Orchestra, Auckland Chamber Orchestra, Christchurch Symphony Orchestra as a prizewinner in the 2015 National Concerto Competition and recently performed with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra. This year, Liam has performed recitals across New Zealand with flautist Ingrid Culliford, recently gave the New Zealand premiere of George Crumb’s Apparition and performed in the sold out season of Unstuck Opera’s Dido and Aeneas.

Successes in chamber music include winning the Auckland Chamber Music Society Prize in 2012 and reaching the finals of the Pettman-ROSL Arts Chamber Music Scholarship in the same year. Liam has attended the Adam Summer School, the inaugural Aroha String Quartet International Academy and the Decoda-Skidmore Chamber Music Institute, a summer programme with a focus on leadership and service through music.

Liam is invested in the performance of new music. He was resident pianist at the 2015 and 2016 CANZ Nelson Composers Workshop and will record a CD comprised of new works by Janet Jennings at the end of this year. He is the recipient of a Lilburn Trust Performance Prize.

Liam has worked as a music teacher at Wanganui High School. Now he teaches Secondary Piano at the University of Waikato and also works at the Auckland Diocesan School for Girls. His programme will include a mixture of traditional works by Beethoven and Liszt together with performances of more modern music including a work by Janet Jennings which will feature in a recording of her music which will be released later this year.

Admission to the Globe concert series is by donation.

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