The success of any collaboration is dependant on a myriad of factors, some obvious, others less tangible. Slava and Sharon Grigoryan are an example of such a synergy, resulting in music that connects deeply with the listener.
Their repertoire spans cultures, generations and genres – from standard repertoire for guitar and cello (Vivaldi, Granados, Piazzolla) to works by contemporary composers, their own compositions and arrangements which shine a new light on familiar favourites.
The repertoire they will be performing at The Lab will be;
“Jobiniana No.4” - Assad (7:00)
“Piece en Forme de Habanera”- Ravel (3:00)
Cello solo: “Reclaiming the Spirit”- Sarah Hopkins, “Prelude” from 1st cello suite- Bach (6:00)
“Cafe 1930”- Piazzola (7:00)
Guitar solo: “The Sounds of Rain”- Lovelady (8:00)
“Spiegel im Spiegel) - Part (9:30)
“Reflections”- Zenamon (10:00)
“Tanto Espaco” - Laginha (4:00)
“Julie O”- Summer (4:00)
Slava Grigoryan is an acknowledged guitar master on the world stage. Sharon Grigoryan has forged a formidable career throughout Australia performing with all major symphony orchestras and chamber ensembles, including her recent 7-year tenure with the Australian String Quartet.
Slava and Sharon Grigoryan’s debut album ‘Our Place’ (ABC) has been nominated for Best Classical Album at the 2020 ARIA Awards.
Interlude is a weekly night of Classical/Acoustic music at The Lab. The Lab is a place for artists to experiment and collaborate to showcase themselves while visual artists provide an immersive backdrop for these performances. Interlude occurs every Wednesday.
Visuals by Max Brading.
Please arrive before the show start time. Food & drink available outside The Lab in Beags.