Suite Populaire Espagnole by Manuel de Falla

Four Pieces for Clarinet and Piano op.5 by Alban Berg

Adagio by Paul Dean

Piano Trio in D minor by Gabriel Fauré

  1. Allegro ma non troppo
  2. Andantino
  3. Allegro vivo

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Trish Dean​ • Cello

Trish Dean is the CEO, co-Artistic Director and cellist of Ensemble Q, Company in Residence at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC). A former Principal with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Trish has performed as soloist with the Sydney Symphony and Queensland Symphony Orchestras, at many national and international festivals and as recitalist and chamber musician in the UK, Switzerland, Portugal, Germany and across Australia. A member of the Australian World Orchestra, Trish has performed as guest Principal Cello for the Sydney, Adelaide and Queensland Symphony Orchestras. She has recorded for ABC Classics, 2MBS Records, Solitary Island Records, Ensemble Q Artists and regularly appears on ABC Classics and 4MBS Classic FM.

Paul Dean • Clarinet

Clarinetist Paul Dean is widely regarded as one of Australia's foremost musicians in his multiple capacities as soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, composer and Artistic Director. He is currently Professor at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, co-Artistic Director of Ensemble Q, conductor of the second Queensland Youth Orchestra and a member of the Australian World Orchestra. He was a founding member and Artistic Director of Southern Cross Soloists and the Bangalow Music Festival, before his appointment as Artistic Director of the Australian National Academy of Music in Melbourne. As a composer Paul has won the coveted Paul Lowin Prize in 2022 for his Symphony No 1 ‘Black Summer’ and an APRA 2023 Award for his Double Bass Concerto. He has been engaged as Composer in Residence for the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and has been commissioned to write works for major artists and orchestras including the Australian World Orchestra, Melbourne, Adelaide and Queensland Symphony Orchestras, Queensland Youth Symphony, and for major international artists including Jack Liebeck, Michael Collins and Torlief Thedeen. 

Anna Grinberg • Piano

Anna Grinberg is Piano Performance Fellow and Lecturer at the School of Music, University of Queensland. She has an international profile as a pianist, teacher, and academic, and collaborates widely with orchestras, composers and other performers.

Anna’s engagements have included solo and chamber music performances at prestigious venues in the United States, including Royce Hall in Los Angeles and New York's Weil Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, and in Europe, Israel and China. She has performed as soloist with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, the Hartford Symphony Orchestra and the Paul Mellon Chamber Orchestra.

She performs as a member of the Viney-Grinberg Duo, ensemble-in-residence at the University of Queensland, exploring both existing and new repertoire. Through the duo she has commissioned and premiered dozens of new works for piano duo from composers in Australia and the United States, with funding from sources such as the Australia Council for the Arts, and the Fromm Foundation, Harvard. This work has been featured on three compact disc releases by ABC Classics and Tall Poppies, and has been nominated for an Australian Music Centre/APRA Award for Excellence.

After completing postgraduate studies at Yale University (with Boris Berman) and SUNY Stony Brook (with Gil Kalish), Anna served on the piano faculties of Chapman University and California Institute of the Arts prior to her current position at the University of Queensland.

In 2020 Dr Grinberg released a recording on Naxos that consisted of commissioned new works for two pianos.

About 2024 Live at UQ concert series

The University of Queensland School of Music is proud to present our Concert Series for 2024. 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


Nickson Room, Zelman Cowen Building, St Lucia •
Hybrid concert

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