Pianist Anna Goldsworthy will be playing some Bach selections from the Well-Tempered Clavier tomorrow (14 June) in the Noel Stockdale Room (Level 1 of the Central Library) at 1.05pm.
Described by The Australian as a “musical ambassador”, Anna Goldsworthy is one of Australia’s most acclaimed and versatile musicians.
She performs extensively throughout Australia and internationally as soloist and chamber musician, and is a founding member of Seraphim Trio.
Anna’s literary publications include the memoirs Piano Lessons and Welcome to Your New Life, as well as the Quarterly Essay Unfinished Business.
She is currently a Lecturer in Ensemble at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, a Research Fellow at the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice at the University of Adelaide, and the Kenneth Moore Memorial Music Scholar at Janet Clarke Hall.
Highlights of 2017 include solo appearances with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and at the Melbourne Recital Centre; the remount of her acclaimed play Piano Lessons at venues around Australia, including Angel Place City Recital Hall in Sydney; a solo piano tour of China; and Seraphim Trio’s London debut and national concert series celebrating the history of the piano trio.
Anna curates the mini-festival “Chamber Landscapes” for the 2017 Adelaide Festival, and edits Best Australian Essays 2017. Her most recent CD is “Beethoven Piano Trios” with Seraphim Trio, released by ABC Classics in 2016.
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