The Music Place!

1. Johannes MollerClassical Guitarist in Concert - Direct from Europe

Paviour Recital Hall, 7:30pm

Adult $35, Concession $25, Child $15

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2. Leonard Cohen TributeA Tribute to the late great Leonard Cohen from the region’s musicians

Ceramics Room, 7:00

Ticket Prices TBC

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3. Burke Street to BroadwayGoulburn’s Community Choir and Contabilé bring you all of your broadway favourites

The Old Ceramics Room, 7:00

Ticket Prices TBC

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unspecified 003An evening of world-class classical music featuring the future of Australian musicians

Paviour Recital Hall, 6:00pm
Ticket Prices: Adult $30, Conc $20, Child $10

The Sydney Symphony Orchestra Fellows return to Goulburn Regional Conservatorium to play for your enjoyment.


Recognised as one of the world’s leading orchestral training programs, the SSO Fellowship has doubled in size in recent years and in 2017 we welcome 15 Fellows on strings, winds, brass, and percussion. These exceptional young musicians have been selected through a national audition process to participate in an intensive year-long program of mentoring, performances, workshops, and immersion in the world of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. You will find Fellowship alumni in concert halls around the world including nine past Fellows who now hold permanent positions with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.



2017 SSO Fellows

Roger Benedict Artistic Director



BARBER Summer Music for wind quintet
ADAMS Shaker Loops for string septet
REVUELTAS Ocho por radio (Eight Musicians Broadcasting)
BEACH Pastorale for wind quintet
MUHLY Big Time for string quartet and percussion
KELLAWAY Esque for trombone and double bass
DAUGHERTY Dead Elvis for bassoon and chamber ensemble
PIAZZOLLA Oblivion for clarinet and strings



The SSO Fellowship is generously supported by SSO Premier Partner Credit Suisse, the Australia Council for the Arts, Arts NSW, the Bennelong Arts Foundation and individual donors.



Learn from the SSO Fellows

Workshops for Students


Saturday 13 May, 2017 | 1am-2pm

Do you play an instrument? Come and be mentored by the SSO Fellows in these special workshops for students who play one of the following instruments: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, violin, viola, cello, double bass and percussion. To register your interest please contact the GRC on 4821 8833.

Workship Price: $20 per participant

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5.Concavitate IV “Out Of This World - Music for cavernous spaces”

The Old Ceramics Room, 7:00

Ticket Prices TBC

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Rising Classical Stars

Paviour Recital Hall, 6:00pm

Ticket Prices: Adult $40, Concession / GRC Member $30, Child $20

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7. Andrey Gugnin2016 Sydney International Piano Competition Winner

Paviour Recital Hall, 7:30pm

Ticket Prices: Adult $40, Concession/GRC Member $30, Child $20

The winner of the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition of Australia, Andrey Gugnin, will return to Australia later this month to deliver his captivating National Recital Tour in celebration of The Competition’s 40th Anniversary. 

Russia’s Gugnin was the most impressive performer in the competition, taking out 4 prizes in addition to his overall first placing last year. He will now tour six Australian states and territories offering performances including Bach, Schubert, Shostakovich, and Stravinsky at some 32 venues.

Since his stunning Sydney win he has been in high demand around the world as a soloist, chamber musician and festival artist. But he is eager to perform for Australian audiences, with a tour that will take him from Alice Springs to Adelaide, Shepparton to Sydney and Busselton to Brisbane through until September. 

Andrey Gugnin commented, “Australia has provided many pinnacle moments for me and my career. It’s a pleasure having the opportunity to work with the Sydney International Piano Competition again and to play for audiences across this beautiful country over two months.” 

Reviewer Peter McCallum noted of his winning performance: “Gugnin's nervy, energised and involved playing, high technical development and feel for Prokofiev's imaginative scope, from the dreamy and romantic to the spiky and grotesque, made him the clear winner." -Sydney Morning Herald, 24 July 2016

After graduating from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, Gugnin was invited to be a regular participant of the Moscow Philharmonic Society program for promising young artists – ‘The 21st Century Stars’. His energy, feel for the music and outstanding technique placed Gugnin on the global stage with performances in over twenty countries as a soloist, recitalist and a chamber music partner.

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8. Grigoryan Brothers

Dynamic Guitar Duo

Paviour Recital Hall, 7:30pm

Ticket Prices - Adult $40, Conc / GRC Member $30, Child $20


"Guitar playing of uncommon originality and authority. Musicality, expressivity and daring"

The New York Times

“Their ability to play as if drawing from a shared musical consciousness and their subtle nuances of tempo, bordered on the uncanny"

The West Australian

Although regarded as Australia’s finest guitar duo performing much of the instrument’s standard classical repertoire, the Grigoryan Brothers’ passion is to expand their horizons through new arrangements, their own compositions and commissions. This ambition can be heard as the brothers take the classical guitar into genres such as jazz, folk and contemporary music. There are no boundaries, only new frontiers to cross. In concert, mix it all together and you have a dimension to guitar-playing rarely seen in the musical world.

For this performance The Grigoryan Brothers will be performing works from their latest release, which sees a return to classical repertoire. The album will include songs by composers such as Bach, Elgar, Dvorak, Rachmaninoff, Faure, De Falla and Ponce all masterfully arranged for them by their father Edward. This familial collaboration is not new, with Grigoryan senior arranging the music of Tchaikovsky’s suite for piano ‘The Seasons’, for his sons’ critically acclaimed 2012 release.

The program will also include other works highlighting the Slava and Leonard’s diverse skills: their deep appreciation of a broad spectrum of musical styles has resulted in many collaborations involving music, both written and improvised. Combine this with their classical training and the result is a unique sound incorporating all these influences. It is not classical, not jazz, not world is the Grigoryan Brothers.

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