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Jonathan Hendl Benefit Concert - Sat 21 August



Young NZ violinist Jonathan Hendl returns home between busy musical commitments in Sydney and New York to give an exciting recital at the Auckland Town Hall. Funds raised from this dynamic benefit concert will contribute to the costs of Jonathan's post-graduate studies at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music in New York City.

Jonathan has worked and studied in Sydney, Australia for the last five years. His musical appointments included orchestral, ensemble and solo playing as well as teaching and conducting. Jonathan has played with the Auckland Philharmonia, the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia, and Sinfonia Australis.

The full programme lineup is as follows:
Nigun, from Baal shem (Bloch)
Violin Sonata in B-Flat, K454 (Mozart)
Introduction and Tarantella, Op 43 (Sarasate)
Piano Trio in D Minor (first movement), Op 49 (Mendelssohn)
Sonata No 3 in D minor (Brahms).

Saturday 21 August, 6pm
Concert Chamber, Auckland Town Hall,

Bookings: $40 (Stalls); $35 (Gallery)
Ticketek (09) 307-5000

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