Twilight Concert Series: Four Hands

Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building
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Ian Munro and Tamara Cislowska in Concert

Twilight Concert Series: Four Hands

Thursday July 18 at 6:15pm


This message is to inform you that this Twilight concert originally advertised to take place on 18 July 2019  has been cancelled for unforeseen reasons. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

We are issuing full refunds. All ticket holders will be contacted within the next 1-2 days to confirm details of their refund. At that point, it’ll take 5-7 banking days for funds to be available for use.  For questions, please contact us:


Music Performance Unit UNSW


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Sonata in D K381
Franz Schubert | Fantasy in F minor D940
Moritz Moszkowski | Spanish Dances
Maurice Ravel | Mother Goose


Ian Munro, piano and Tamara-Anna Cislowska, piano


Join us for a complimentary drink with the artist post-concert


About the artists

Ian Munro is one of Australia’s most distinguished and awarded musicians with a career that has taken him to thirty countries in Europe, Asia, North America and Australasia. His award in 2003 of Premier Grand Prix at the Queen Elisabeth International Competition for composers (Belgium) is a unique achievement for an Australian and follows on from multiple prizes in international piano competitions in Spain (Maria Canals), Italy (Busoni), Portugal (Vianna da Motta) and the UK, where his second prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition in 1987 established his international profile.. A widely experienced chamber musician, Ian joined the acclaimed Australia Ensemble @UNSW in Sydney in 2000, for which he has also composed and arranged several works.

Tamara-Anna Cislowska is one of Australia’s most acclaimed and recognised pianists. Soloist, recitalist and chamber music specialist, she performs in Australia and worldwide in repertoire spanning three centuries, to critical and public acclaim, and is also renowned for her eloquent writing and popular new role as presenter on ABC Classic FM radio. Tamara has won international prizes in London, Italy and Greece, including the Rovere d’Oro, and in Australia has earned awards such as ABC Young Performer of the Year, a Freedman Fellowship from the Music Council of Australia, the 2012 Art Music Award for ‘Performance of the Year’ (ACT) and most recently the 2015 ARIA for 'Best Classical Album'.