Rohan Murray - piano
Rohan Murray - piano

ROHAN MURRAY completed the Master of Music Performance degree at the Victorian College of the Arts with First Class Honours. He is a member of the Golden Key Honour Society, and was a grand finalist and prize-winner at the 2000 Australian Piano Award. Rohan has performed as soloist with the Melbourne Youth Orchestra, the Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Melbourne University Choral Society, Monash Sinfonia and the New Monash Orchestra and has been the recipient of a number of awards and prizes. At the end of his Masters studies in 2002, he received an Australian Postgraduate Award Scholarship to undertake a PhD at the Victorian College of the Arts, and subsequently became the VCA's first PhD candidate. He has performed in the Rigg Estate Recital Series, the National Trust's Twilight Concert Series at Rippon Lea, Labassa and Como as well as being frequent performer in the Melbourne International Festival over recent years. Rohan has also performed in Europe and Asia. He is a partner in the Team of Pianists and his performances have been the subject of broadcasts on ABC Classic FM as well as on the Team of Pianists' most recent CD release, 'Schimmel Artists' Series'.

Upcoming Events

Twilight Chamber Music at Rippon Lea

Concert 5 - Music from Russia, France and Spain, with two Roberts

Robert Ekselman (cello) and Robert Chamberlain (piano) make a musical journey through Europe with François Couperin's Five Pieces en Concert (arr. Paul Bazelaire), de Falla's captivating Suite Populaire Espagnole, Debussy's mercurial Sonata for cello & piano and the passionate Sonata for cello & piano Op 19 by Rachmaninoff. Download the flyer here.

Date and Time

Sunday August 19, 2018 at 6.30pm
Rippon Lea Ballroom, 192 Hotham Street, Elsternwick (Melway 67 E2)

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Twilight Chamber Music at Rippon Lea

Concert 6 - More than Opera hits Rippon Lea

Glorious soprano arias and duets with Rebecca Rashleigh (soprano), Victoria Lambourn (mezzo-soprano) and Darryl Coote (piano). Composers include Mozart, Dvorak, Puccini, Rossini, Tchaikovsky and more!

Date and Time

Sunday September 16, 2018 at 6.30pm
Rippon Lea Ballroom, 192 Hotham Street, Elsternwick (Melway 67 E2)

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Spring Piano School 2018

for school-aged pianists at Glenfern

Junior Program for primary school students, plus Years 7s at music exam Grade 4 or lower, Senior Program for secondary school students, plus Observer Places for piano teacher professional development or for parents.
Two 2-day workshops of piano classes and individual lessons with Max Cooke, Darryl Coote, Robert Chamberlain and special guest teacher from the University of Melbourne, Dr Elizabeth Mitchell. Read more... or view the flyer.

Date and Time

Junior Program - Tuesday Sept 25 & Wednesday Sept 26, 9.30am - 5.00pm
Senior Program - Thursday Sept 27 & Friday Sept 28, 9.30am - 5.00pm
192 Hotham Street, Elsternwick (Melway 67 E2)

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Read about the other partners in the Team of Pianists

Max Cooke
Robert Chamberlain
Darryl Coote - piano
Darryl Coote - piano

For many years, MAX COOKE has been a leading figure in music performance and education, and he has taught some very talented students some of whom are Professors of Music in Germany, Scotland and in Australia. His own performances have brought him together with famous musicians and conductors.

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ROBERT CHAMBERLAIN is a versatile and accomplished pianist, with interests ranging from period performance to contemporary music and with specialisations including chamber and ensemble music. He studied for Bachelors and Masters degrees in Australia under Max Cooke, in Vienna as a winner of the Apex/Robert Stolz Scholarship, and also at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada.

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Australian-Irish pianist DARRYL COOTE is a partner of the Team of Pianists, Artists-in-Residence at Glenfern for the National Trust of Australia (Victoria). His professional life encompasses activity as solo pianist, chamber musician, concerto soloist, teacher, adjudicator and administrator.

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