Grigoryan Brothers - Past, Present & Future

Next date: Friday, 26 March 2021 | 07:30 PM to 09:20 PM

image of Grigoryan Brother playing guitar

Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are justly regarded as Australia’s finest classical guitarists. They seem to have a telepathic ability to draw emotion from every note of a repertoire that spans centuries, continents and genres.

Painters, sculptors, writers and dancers speak of their art flowing not from them but through them, and a Grigoryan Brothers’ performance embodies that – they have an intangible connection to the soul of the music, even when it has been composed or arranged by others. Past, Present & Future honours those others who have inspired their art.

Audiences will experience favourite works from their back catalogue— from Bach to Towner, from Tchaikovsky to Lovelady.  Their own compositions and arrangements including a selection from the ARIA nominated soundtrack they wrote and recorded to the movie ‘A Boy Called Sailboat’. The movie has won a number of awards including Best Director and Best Screenplay at the prestigious Boston Film Festival. Premiere performances of pieces from upcoming projects: ‘This Is Us: A Musical Reflection of Australia’ (a collaboration with the National Museum of Australia), an album of Spanish music, and another album of Handel keyboard suites masterfully arranged for them by their most highly honoured collaborator – their father Edward.

Purchase tickets

You can:

  • purchase tickets online via the book now button below (Arts and Culture Box Office is best viewed with Google Chrome browser)
  • contact the Box Office on 1300 88 88 02 (Monday to Friday 8.30am-3pm)

For school booking reservations please contact the box office directly.

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  • Friday, 26 March 2021 | 07:30 PM - 09:20 PM


Kyneton Town Hall, 129 Mollison Street, Kyneton 3444  View Map

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