Pianists Jeremy Sun, Anna Grinberg and Liam Viney will present a program of French music. First-year UQ Bachelor of Music (Honours) student Jeremy Sun will perform Debussy's impressionist masterpiece, Images Book 1. Grinberg and Viney will reprise popular works for four hands by Ravel and Poulenc in an encore performance that showcases the imagination and wit of early 20th century French keyboard music.

This concert replaces a previously scheduled concert that was cancelled due to illness.

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Viney-Grinberg Duo

The Viney-Grinberg Duo 

Liam Viney and Anna Grinberg enjoy an international performance profile as a piano duo, involving festivals, major series, live radio broadcasts, orchestras, and CD releases on Naxos, ABC Classics and Tall Poppies. Described as “barnstorming” (The Australian) and “unforgettable - sure to be Best of the Year – the most compelling case for the beauty and variety of two piano repertory this reviewer has ever heard” (Rick Schultz, Los Angeles Times), the duo is committed to exploring classics of the two-piano and four hand repertoire, but also contributes to the ongoing expansion of that literature through commissioning composers.

Viney and Grinberg’s innovative and creative approach has resulted in collaborations with composers, artists, dancers, choreographers and other established performing ensembles - as well as book chapters, articles and scholarly seminars and presentations. The Duo spent a decade in the United States, including five years at California Institute of the Arts, before taking up their current positions as Ensemble-in-Residence at The University of Queensland, Australia. Professor Viney is Head of the School of Music at UQ, and Dr Anna Grinberg is Head of Piano.

Jeremy Sun

Jeremy Sun began studying piano at the age of six. He was awarded his L.MusA with distinction at the age of 12 and made his concerto debut at the age of 11 with Queensland Youth Orchestra 2, having since then also performed with the Redlands Sinfonia and the Queensland Youth Symphony.

Jeremy has won numerous international and national competitions including the Euregio Piano Award International Competition (Germany); the Santa Cecilia International Competition (Portugal); the Piano Talents International Competition (Italy); the National Australian Concerto and Vocal Competition in the Instrumental Open age section and in the Young Instrumental section; Australian Strike a Chord National Chamber Music Competition and others in Austria, China and Melbourne. Most recently, Jeremy won the Theme and Variations Foundation Award for $10,000.

Jeremy has also had masterclasses with renowned pianists and professors including Michel Béroff, Christopher Elton, Joanna MacGregor, Dmitri Alexeev, Piers Lane, Balázs Szokolay and Jayson Gillham.

Jeremy is currently studying with Dr Anna Grinberg at The University of Queensland.


About 2022 Live at UQ Concert Series

The University of Queensland, School of Music is proud to present our Concert Series for 2022. In reflecting the School's role in the broader South-East Queensland community, we have designed a diverse and exciting program. With established international and national artists performing, as well as our own emerging student artists, this year is set to be a vibrant, creative, and energetic time at the UQ School of Music. We look forward to connecting with you, as you explore this concert series, listen to our streamed and recorded concerts, and visit us at the St Lucia campus or browse through our website


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