Ian Munro and Howard Penny

Friday, 18 September 2020 at 8pm

Ian Munro (Piano) and Howard Penny (Cello)

Photo Ian Munro credit: Keith Saunders
Photo Howard Penny credit: Lucia Possas


Tickets for this concert can be purchased in advance



Franz Xaver MOZART Cello sonata, Op 19

CHOPIN Variations on 'La ci darem la mano' from Mozart's Don Giovanni,  Op 2

CHOPIN Introduction and polonaise brillante in C major, Op 3


HUMMEL Cello sonata in A major, Op 104

W. A. MOZART - Piano sonata no 11 in A major, K 331, Alla Turca

W. A. MOZART - Andantino for cello and piano in B-flat, Anh 46 / K6 374g 

Leopold MOZART Schlittenfahrt (arr: cello, piano, sleigh bells and drum)

About the Artists

Ian Munro is one of Australia’s most distinguished and awarded musicians, with a career in solo piano and chamber ensemble performance that has taken him across the globe. He is also a highly regarded composer.  Cellist Howard Penny has also enjoyed a distinguished international career, performing in many of Europe's most acclaimed orchestras and chamber ensembles.

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Programme Notes

Chamber music is often called "the music of friends", a particularly apt description for this concert.  There is great joy in the musical friendship of Ian Munro and Howard Penny. These renowned performers weave piano and cello together in sounds of profound beauty, harmony and balance.  Together they express the warmth and liveliness of works by three members of the Mozart family ( a rare treat for a concert audience), the dramatic intensity of Chopin and the sparkling elegance of Hummel. 

Detailed programme notes for each work will be available nearer to the concert date.


L Mozart 300 w Leopold Mozart, father of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,  oil painting by By Pietro Antonio Lorenzoni (1721 - 1782).  Public Domain. 
Franz Xaver Mozart, son of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, oil painting by Karl Gottlieb Schweikart (1772-1855). Public Domain. F Z Mozart 300 w