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Acclaimed Australian painist Roger Woodward is used to treading an international stage. But he will be performing at the Byron Community Centre Theatre for one night only on Wednesday November 16.

He was recently described in the London Guardian newspaper as a ‘genius… Woodward plays with astonishing calm.’

Woodward was recently appointed founding director of the School of Music and Dance at San Francisco State University where he is currently professor of keyboard performance, practice and music history.

At the end of May 2011, he made five appearances at the international Festival of Reims, France, where the critics acclaimed his performance as ‘flawless, dazzling and extraordinary’. A free children’s masterclass will be held on November 16 from 3.30pm.

For more phone 6621 2266.

Concert tickets available at www.byroncentre.com.au.


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