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Spiegeltent Hobart

Lior and Grabowsky

 

This performance will be the first outing for a collaboration of two of Australia’s most respected artists. Singer/songwriter Lior shot to the public’s attention following his 2005 debut album Autumn Flow, which became one of the most successful independent releases in Australian history. His collaboration with composer Nigel Westlake, won Best Classical Album at the 2014 ARIA Awards.

Paul Grabowsky is an acclaimed composer, pianist and polymath who has received numerous awards in his illustrious 40 year career. Together they will be reinventing some of Lior’s most cherished songs as well as bringing their own individual voices to this special show.

 

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TICKETS

Full $45

Concession $40

DURATION

1hr

DATES

Hobart

Spiegeltent

WHEELCHAIR
Sat 1 Apr 2017, 7pm
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This performance will be the first outing for a collaboration of two of Australia’s most respected artists. Singer/songwriter Lior shot to the public’s attention following his 2005 debut album Autumn Flow, which became one of the most successful independent releases in Australian history. His collaboration with composer Nigel Westlake, won Best Classical Album at the 2014 ARIA Awards.

Paul Grabowsky is an acclaimed composer, pianist and polymath who has received numerous awards in his illustrious 40 year career. Together they will be reinventing some of Lior’s most cherished songs as well as bringing their own individual voices to this special show.

 

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