Full Price, Concession/Low Income
St Peter’s Anglican Church has a small parking lot accessible via Whitehorse Road. While there is also ample parking available behind the church, library, and town hall via Bank Street, some of this is limited to 1 hour.
WHAT IS A “LOW INCOME” TICKET?
We understand that circumstances such as pension or study don’t always dictate how financially stable one may be at any point in time. A full price ticket goes a long way in sustaining our artists’ careers, but we also want to trust that attendees are able to make their own choices regarding what they can and can’t afford (that, and we really want you to come). There is no threshold or official requirement in purchasing a low income ticket, it is simply what you are comfortable paying.
For help with ticket purchase or for further enquiries, please contact Caterina Turnbull.
+61 401 359 353
YII YING TAN | PIANO
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Sonata No. 17 in B-flat major, K. 570
Franz Liszt 3 Petrarch Sonnets [From Years of Pilgrimage: Italy], S. 161
Robert Schumann Kinderszenen Op. 15 “Scenes from Childhood”
Take a step back in time to younger days and fond memories. Join us for a Saturday afternoon as Yii Ying transports you back to a playful and inquisitive childhood. Through the polished and beautiful writing of Mozart, Liszt, and Schumann, reminisce on all things young and pure, and escape into comfort for an hour.
Yii Ying Tan is renowned for her passion and restless curiosity about classical music, particularly her advocacy of music by lesser-known composers. Born in Malaysia, she has been playing the piano since she was six, and has recently obtained a double degree – Bachelor of Music/Commerce, studying under Dr Kenji Fujimura at Monash University.
She has won numerous international and local competitions, and given performances in Malaysia, China, USA, Italy, and Australia. Recent achievements include her concerto debut as a soloist for the Etruscan Concerto by Peggy Glanville-Hicks with conductor Tianyi Lu, a sold-out solo recital in collaboration with Casa Capriccio Musica in Kuching, Malaysia, a performance at the Lincoln Center, New York City, as well as gaining Silver and Bronze Prizes in both the Young Artist and Open Category at the Kingsburg International Piano Competition in China. Her musical pursuits have been supported by the Monash University Elite Student Performer Scheme and Yayasan Sarawak.
As a keen enthusiast of chamber music, Yii Ying has also explored a wide variety of repertoire, including rarer ensemble combinations such as music for piano six hands, compositions requiring acting, and trios for voice, cello, and piano. She is a recipient of the Bernies Music Land Classical Piano Award for two years in a row and also a recipient of the Chamber Music Prize given by the Faculty of Arts at Monash University. She looks forward to performing and travelling more in the future as a soloist as well as a chamber musician.