Nicholas Young – Solo Recital in Batehaven Feb 23rd

Nicholas Young – Solo Recital: The Romantic Piano

Music To Soothe, To Restore And To Inspire 3pm, Sunday 23 February, St Bernard’s Catholic Church, Batehaven

Award winning pianist, Nicholas Young returns to the south coast to play romantic piano music when he appears at Batehaven on Sunday 23 February.

This performance will provide people on the south coast with the opportunity to take some time out to enjoy music that will soothe, uplift and inspire.

The program features works by Schumann, Rachmaninoff, Schubert and Brahms, and by Australian composers Alan Griffiths and Roy Agnew. It will take the audience through a range of emotions, from bold and tempestuous to dreamy and introspective. Nicholas Young will demonstrate his well-known technical prowess and lyrical interpretation of these romantic works, and treat the audience to a performance to remember.

Nicholas has won numerous Australian and international music competitions, and regularly presents solo and chamber music recitals across Australia. He is well known on the south coast for his performances with guitarist Nicholas Fagan, and has appeared at the Canberra Chamber Music Festival and at the Sydney Opera house.

Nicholas Young is presented by the South Coast Music Society as the first performer in the 2020 program. The 2020 program also includes Satu Vanska on violin and Brenda Young on piano (Sunday 3 May), Baritone David Greco (Sunday 30 August), and the Streeton Trio (Sunday 29 November).

VIDEO: JS Bach - Gigue from Sonata in A minor, BWV 965 (arr. Nicholas Young)

The South Coast Music Society also supports young musicians on the south coast, and is interested in hearing from any young musicians who need to replace instruments lost in recent fires. For more information please contact


Music to soothe, restore and inspire

3pm, Sunday 23 February

St Bernard’s Catholic Church, Batehaven

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