Please note: 1:15pm starting time
Paul Glass performs the B Minor Piano Sonata by Franz Liszt, at St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, corner of Flinders & Swanston Streets, Melbourne.
Biography: Born in Los Angeles, California, Glass is the son of silent film actor and film executive Gaston Glass. He was educated at the University of Southern California (BM), and was taught by Ingolf Dahl, and Goffredo Petrassi in Rome (on a Fulbright Scholarship). Glass also attended Princeton University under a fellowship, and attended the Institute of International Education in Warsaw with Witold Lutoslawski on a grant. He joined ASCAP in 1961.
St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral organise music concerts and events throughout the year. Please check www.cathedral.org.au for more details.
These concerts are free however a gold-coin donation [or more!] is strongly encouraged.