Tomas Hurnik (cello) and Anna Maksymova (piano)

Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2022


31 October 2022

Time

1.10PM – 1.50PM

Venue: Great Hall

Tomas is a superb Czech cellist based in Christchurch. He has performed around the globe in chamber groups, orchestras and as a soloist. Tomas and Anna will be performing the rarely heard first Cello Sonata by Beethoven alongside beautiful French romantic works by Fauré and Goens.

This concert is part of the Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2022, showcasing a remarkable line-up of renowned local, national and international artists performing in a beautiful heritage venue.

Special $10 tickets for Member of the Friends of the Arts Centre society. Click here to find out how to join.

 

 

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