‘Duelling Keyboards’ Tony Fenelon & John Atwell 12 August, 2pm
Location:Kelvin Grove, Queensland, Australia
Venue:Tony Fenelon and John Atwell Australia - Kelvin Grove State College Auditorium
TOSAQ Presents Tony Fenelon and John Atwell ‘Duelling Keyboards’
Witness Australia’s leading cinema organists Tony Fenelon and Dr John Atwell in ‘hand-to-hand’ combat as TOSAQ presents ‘Duelling Keyboards’ on Sunday 12 August, 2pm, Kelvin Grove. Experience the charm, magic and sublime power when this dynamic duo perform on Brisbane’s mighty Christie Cinema Pipe Organ and Grand Piano. The programme will feature ‘The Prayer’, made popular by Andrea Bocelli and Céline Dion, and Chopin’s ‘Fantasie Impromptu’ and the beautiful ‘Perfect Symphony’ made popular by Ed Sheeran and Andrea Bocelli. Back by popular demand, don’t miss their only 2018 Brisbane performance. This concert has something for everyone.
In 2014, Tony was inducted into the prestigious American Theatre Organ Society’s “Hall of Fame” recognising his contribution to this genre. John regularly tours Australia, England, America and New Zealand, playing both classical and theatre pipe organ. Together, these long term colleagues and friends are a force to be reckoned with.
TOSAQ will present ‘Duelling Keyboards’ in comfortable cabaret style seating with projection of the performance on screens from multiple cameras bringing the audience closer to the action. Enjoy a complimentary drink (wine or fruit punch) on arrival and afternoon tea at interval.
General Admission $32 / Early Bird $27
TOSAQ Members $27 / Early Bird $22
Tertiary Student (Full Time ID required) $12
Primary & Secondary School Students $5
Early Bird tickets must be booked by Sunday 5 August 2018.
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The ‘retro’ experience of the TOSAQ Christie organ rising out of the floor, just as it did in the luxurious Granada Theatre in the 1930’s, is just one of the reasons that is attracting music lovers to TOSAQ concerts.