MUSICAL TREAT: Cellist Christoph Blickling previously visited for Music in the Gallery in 2014 with his wife. He will return to play with Kirill Monorosi.
MUSICAL TREAT: Cellist Christoph Blickling previously visited for Music in the Gallery in 2014 with his wife. He will return to play with Kirill Monorosi. Contributed

An afternoon of music in the gallery

MUSIC in the Gallery will return this weekend, with performances of classical music by Bach, Beethoven and Brahms.

Music in the Gallery has secured the talents of a wonderful duo, cellist Christoph Blickling and pianist Kirill Monorosi, to entertain audiences.

Christoph performed for Music in the Gallery in October 2014 with his equally talented wife, pianist Suzanna Hlinka.

At that time, Suzanna had recently given birth to their first daughter and the family added a second daughter just before Christmas.

Christoph and Kirill have an extensive list of qualifications in music between them and have studied and performed widely in Australia and Europe.

The program Mr Blickling and Mr Monorosi have prepared comprises of four sonatas - two by JS Bach and one each by Beethoven and Brahms.

This is a fabulous opportunity to hear a live performance of truly amazing works under the hands of two very talented young men.

Music in the Gallery will be held at the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery on Sunday from 2pm.

Entry is $10 per person.

This international performance will be well worth the cost and wonderful for Stanthorpe music devotees to experience.

We encourage students of music, their teachers and all lovers of classical music to turn out for this treat.

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