Alumnus Alex Raineri plays a solo recital of new music including Australian compositions by Kate Moore and alumnus, Liam Flenady.
Series proudly supported by the Howard F. and Gladys Sleath bequests.
ABOUT ALEX RAINERI
Performance experience includes tours of California, South-East Asia, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Germany and a vast amount of recital and chamber music engagements in Australia including regular broadcasts on ABC Classic FM and the MBS Networks. He has performed concertos with the Queensland, Tasmanian and West Australian Symphony Orchestras, Southern Cross Soloists, Orchestra Victoria, Queensland Pops Orchestra, Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra and Queensland Conservatorium Chamber Orchestra.
Alex is the pianist and co-artistic director of the contemporary music ensemble Kupka’s Piano, ensemble in residence at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts. He is also the pianist with the Southern Cross Soloists, one of Australia’s leading chamber ensembles. Duo partnerships include lieder repertoire with soprano, Tabatha McFadyen and a percussion/piano duo with Angus Wilson.
Alex is presently under the tutelage of Leah Horwtiz OAM and Timothy Young and is undertaking a Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music (Griffith University). Concurrently, he is also a student at the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM).