Australian classical pianist on feeling the hand of God, rare instruments and the first piano to arrive Down Under

Australian classical pianist on feeling the hand of God, rare instruments and the first piano to arrive Down Under

South China Morning Post - Culture·2018-12-07 15:00

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Gift of music I was born in Sydney in 1954. My adoptive parents flew from Dubbo, a little country town in the middle of New South Wales, picked me up and took me home. I have a country heart and a city mind. My parents weren’t musical but they realised they had a child with a musical gift. When I was five, they bought a piano from an estate auction. It was an upright American-made piano from 1927 and my whole world changed. They found me a piano teacher in a convent. I’ve been blessed with good teachers all my life.

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