Andrew Goodwin (tenor), Daniel DeBorah (piano) and Paul Dean will present compositions and engage in open discussion with the audience.
Also in performance:
“The Abyss” – Paul Dean (clarinet), Peter Luff (horn) Matthew Ventura (bassoon) Nicole Misiurak (oboe) Graeme Jennings (violin) and Kevin Power (Piano)
“Three Intimate Interludes” – Trish O’Brien (cello), Kevin Power (piano)
ABOUT ANDREW GOODWIN
Born in Sydney, Andrew Goodwin studied voice at the St. Petersburg Conservatory under the direction of Professor Lev Morozov, graduating with a Bachelor of Music. He has also studied with Robert Dean in the UK.
Andrew has appeared with orchestras, opera companies and choral societies in Europe, the UK, Asia and Australia, including the Bolshoi Opera, Gran Theatre Liceu Barcelona, Teatro Real Madrid, La Scala Milan and Opera Australia.
On the concert platform he has toured with the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra with Maestro Temirkanov, performed with the Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, and The Song Company, and given recitals with pianist Daniel de Borah at the Wigmore Hall, and at the Oxford Lieder, Port Fairy, Huntington, Coriole and Canberra International Music Festivals.
Recent engagements have included Britten’s Serenade for Tenor, Horn and strings (Adelaide and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras), Egeo in Cavalli’s Giasone and Florival in L’amant jaloux (Grétry) for Pinchgut Opera, recitals with Daniel de Borah at the Melbourne Recital Centre; the Evangelist in St Matthew Passion with the Melbourne Bach Choir; a recital with pianist Mira Yevtich at the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg; Degtyarev’s Russian oratorio Minin i Pojarsky with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra; Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius at St John’s Smith Square, London; his debut in the title role in The Rake’s Progress for Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; the roles of Lensky (Eugene Onegin) and Tamino (The Magic Flute) with the Bolshoi Opera; Messiah for Sydney Philharmonia; Bach’s B Minor Mass with The Song Company, as well as featuring at Musica Viva’s Huntington Festival, and the Australian Festival of Chamber Music, Townsville.
ABOUT DANIEL de BORAH
Pianist Daniel de Borah has emerged in recent years as one of Australia’s foremost musicians, consistently praised for the grace, finesse and imaginative intelligence of his performances. His busy and wide-ranging performance schedule finds him equally at home as concerto soloist, recitalist and chamber musician.
As a concerto soloist he has appeared in the UK with such orchestras as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra and the London Mozart Players, and in Australia with the Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Melbourne Chamber Orchestra and Orchestra Victoria.