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Selby & Friends proudly presents the third tour for 2009, 18 - 26 July, entitled 'Pathos and Poetry' with works by Arvo Pärt, Elena Kats-Chernin, Johannes Brahms, and Bedrich Smetana.
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With the success of the first concert, S&F is delighted to announce the second performance of the Turramurra series. The next concert will be held in Sydney's Turramurra Uniting Church on Sunday 19 July @ 2pm. To find out more and to purchase tickets, please click here.

The first in the A Little Lunch Music series begins on Tuesday 3rd February at 12:30 with a performance of Shostakovich's great piano trio in E minor. Hurry, seats are selling fast. For more information please click here.

Selby & Friends is thrilled to once again be visiting Brisbane on the 8th March at the invitation of Brisbane Girls Grammar. To find out more and to purchase tickets, please click here.

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Selby & Friends presents subscription seasons in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide and Bowral. Beginning in 2007, the series was created by Australian pianist, Kathryn Selby with a special emphasis on chamber music. Her guests have included Australia's own dynamic piano trio ensemble, TRIOZ, cellist Li-Wei Qin, the Janaki Trio and Parker String Quartets from the USA, and a host of Australian artists whose talents have also been the focus of her newest series, 'A Little Lunch Music'. This series was created in 2008 in association with City Recital Hall Angel Place.

For its upcoming third National Concert Season in 2009, Selby & Friends will focus on the genre of the piano trio, three 'voices' blended which have inspired so many wonderful composers that we are fortunate to have a wealth of superb music at our fingertips.

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