Musicians


International Concert Pianist – EVGENY UKHANOV

Evgeny has performed in England, Romania, Italy, USA, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, Norway, Ukraine and Russia.

He began his studies when he was seven years old in the Ukraine and gave his first performance at the age of nine.

In 1997 he was a major prize winner in both the Second Horowitz International Piano competition in Ukraine, and the International Piano competion in Senigalia, Italy.

Evgeny came to Australia on a scholarship in 1998 where he completed his Bachelor of Music.

In 2000, he won 3rd prize at the prestigious Sydney International Piano Competition. He was 18 years old in a field of competitors ranging in age from 17 to 32. In the finals, his performance of Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No 3 was described as ‘A haunting and complex work played brilliantly by this talented young performer.’

He has recorded solo and chamber music for radio (ABC Classic FM, 2MBS FM) and television (ABC and SBS) as well as being featured in the TV series “Prodigy”. He has played with Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Youth Orchestra and performed at the Sydney Opera House (2000, 2005) and City of Sydney Town Hall.

In may 2010 he was invited to play at The National Gallery of Australia during the French Impressionist Exhibition and in October Evgeny performed at the City Recital Hall Angel Place and at the Melbourne Town Hall in an 8 piano concert as part of the “Steinway Spectacular”.

In 2011 Evgeny was invited back to perform at the National Gallery of Australia for the “Ballets Russe” exhibition, and recently performed concerts in Spain and England. In September he will be recording a new work of an Australian composer George Palmer for piano and trumpet, as well as performances in Queensland and NSW.

Evgeny recorded his first CD in 2009, which includes F. Liszt Sonata in B minor and 2 Ballades by F. Chopin.

 

 

The Enormous Horns – Ambassadors For A CURE

Many people have tried to describe The Enormous Horns – They’ve been called a smoldering funk band, a brassy soul revue, a hip jazz combo and a wild rock & roll band. In truth, they’re a little bit of all those things.

Of all The Enormous Horns broad repertoire of talents and expertise there is none they are more proud of than their role as Ambassadors for the For A CURE Foundation. Together For A CURE and The Enormous Horns support the research of Australia’s top scientists in the field of stem cell research. 

 



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The David Andrew Trio

The David Andrew Trio are three of the finest musicians and singers in Sydney. They have been wowing audiences with their fresh approach to classic jazz, funk, soul and pop songs. This band blur the genre lines and create exciting new interpretations of songs, impressing and entertaining crowds of all sizes.

Drawing from their collective experience as musicians, writers, vocalists and producers, the band bring an energy and excitement to their performance that will be sure to make your next event a success.