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Kenny Broberg @ Four Winds Aug 17th

International, award winning pianist

Kenny Broberg | Piano Recital at Four Winds

Saturday 17th August 2019 | 1.00pm - 3.00pm | Windsong Pavilion

Join the Four Winds for the second of the 2019 Windsong Series Concerts.

It’s the chance for you to experience a superb piano recital by an award-winning pianist among the fabulous surroundings of Four Winds. What better way to spend your Saturday afternoon?

Kenny Broberg is a young American Pianist who is wowing the world. We are overjoyed that he will be performing at Four Winds. He has enjoyed huge success at the Sydney International Piano Competition (being one of six prize winners in 2016), at the Fifteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort Worth, Texas, in 2017 and was awarded Third Prize in the 2019 International Tchaikovsky Competition, held in Moscow in June.

Kenny is heralded by reviewers around the world:

“Broberg demonstrated a blazing intellect, impeccable technical skills, and the ability to build a strikingly imaginative and intelligent program” Wayne Lee Gay, North Texas Performing Arts News.

Kenny Broberg will be performing at Four Winds Windsong Pavilion on Saturday 17th of August.

He will be play a stunning program including works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Ravel.

The Bar and tea/coffee station will be open before and after the concert, so come early, or stay afterwards to meet Kenny and chat about the concert with other audience members.

For full program details and to book your tickets please click HERE

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