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  • MOVING INTO MUSIC – ONLINE CONCERT 3: Sunday 14th June @ 11.00am

    This was another wonderful Sunday which began with a concert from Moving Into Music. Concert 3 – Piano students of Zac Hamilton Russell and Nicholas Young were on display.  Students, parents and families including grandparents were in attendance. Great to see a large turnout! In total we witnessed 18 student performances and then a teacher performance from Nicholas. We all know

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  • Mirko Guerrini @ JazzLab: Sunday 28th June at 7.30pm

    MJC Presents: Then This Drummer/composer/bandleader Niko Schauble premiered this latest project for the MJC last year, bringing together four exciting musicians, playing new originals by Schauble. Their combined musical backgrounds – together with the bass-less format of the ensemble – creates a setting which allows for surprising twists and turns and soaring solos. Tony Hicks (woodwinds) is an in-demand soloist

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  • Nathan Slater @ Jazz Lab: Thursday 25th June at 7.30pm

    See firm friend of MIM, our former guitar teacher Nathan Slater, in the lineup as JazzLab opens up it’s doors after lockdown. “Melbourne based guitarist and composer Nathan Slater has become a unique and powerful voice in the local scene and is emerging as one of the most exciting and original musical voices in the country. His virtuosic guitar playing draws

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  • Nicholas Young @ Melbourne Digital Concert Hall: Friday 5 June 8.30 – 9.30pm Online

    MODERN ROMANCES —ENSEMBLE FRANÇAIX FRIDAY 5 JUNE, 8:30PM – 9:30PM – ONLINE TICKETS $24 EACH Emmanuel Cassimatis (oboe) | Matthew Kneale (bassoon) Nicholas Young (piano) Join Ensemble Françaix for their debut recital at the MELBOURNE DIGITAL CONCERT HALL, one of few concert stages to have endured and shared live music throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. This Friday’s performance is an evening of fun, dance

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  • Moving Into Music Piano teacher Nicholas Young reaches a milestone … 3 Months of Piano in Lockdown reached on 23rd May – Day 62 of online streaming of piano works …

     Hats Off to MIM piano teacher Nicholas Young. He has kept his performer persona alive via online streaming of his practice regime throughout the lockdown. This week Nicholas has reached the 3 month mark of posting. His fortitude, his commitment as well as his virtuosic brilliance is on display for all of us to see and enjoy. This body of work could well be entitled Chronicle

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