Piano for pleasure returns

The highly successful Piano for Pleasure series returns this Sunday to the Ballarat Art Gallery with another foray into chamber music highlighting the talents of young Ballarat musicians.

The 2.30pm concert will feature a clarinet, piano and double bass trio, performing Richard Charlton’s Chorale and Elegy. His “Elegy” is a response to providing suitable repertoire for talented young musicians. With this piece he pays homage to one of his passions, the film music of Ennio Morricone. 


Opening Doors: Cooper Harwood (piano) Gillian Chataway (clarinet) and Francis Chataway (double bass) will perform as a trio in the Piano for Pleasure series.

Opening Doors: Cooper Harwood (piano) Gillian Chataway (clarinet) and Francis Chataway (double bass) will perform as a trio in the Piano for Pleasure series.

Solo piano performers, Nathan Chua and Cooper Harwood have been performing in the Piano for Pleasure series for over five years and with Benjamin English have been highly successful competition performers.  They are joined by Gillian Chataway and Francis Chataway to make up the trio.