Cull’s students to shine at Wesley

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THE NEXT in the “Wednesday Lunchtime Live” concert series at Wesley Music Centre will be a recital by pianists from the studio of Marie Cull performing works from the Baroque period to the 20th century.


The pieces in the program include works by Bach, Rameau, Chopin, Liszt, Ravel, Bridge, Martinu, Hutchens and Knight and here’s a chance to hear some of the best young pianists in Canberra and an ideal and inspiring outing for families with children.

Cull gained her Bachelor of Music from the Canberra School of Music in 1987 after studying for four years with John Luxton. She also enjoyed many lessons with the Hungarian pianist Peter Nagy, during his time as Artist-in-Residence at the School.

Based in Vienna for more than a decade, she studied with Sally Sargent, afterwards returning to join the pre-tertiary department at the ANU School of Music in 2000. She is currently a Performance Teaching Fellow for tertiary students and won the AMEB Teaching Shield for “Piano Preliminary to 6th Grade” for 2012.

‘A Plethora of Pianists – Marie Cull’s Studio,’ Wednesday 15 April – 12.40pm to 1.20pm at Wesley Music Centre, 20 National Circuit, Forrest. Entry $5 minimum, concession $2 – pensioner, full-time student, children under 12. Refreshments $2. No bookings required. Tickets at the door.


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