Jun Bouterey-Ishido (piano) & Matilde Loureiro (violin)

Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2022


Sunday 4 December

Time

2.00PM – 3.45PM

Performance includes an interval

Venue: Great Hall

We are thrilled to welcome Christchurch-born pianist Jun Bouterey-Ishido back to the Great Hall where he will be joined by Portuguese violinist Matilde Loureiro.

Jun studied with Veronica Van der Knaap, Diedre Irons and then Péter Nagy, completing his Bachelor of Music (Hons) at Canterbury University before pursuing postgraduate studies at the Liszt Academy (Budapest) and the Musikhochschule Stuttgart, graduating with a Master and Konzertexamen with Distinction. As well as receiving invaluable mentoring from Rita Wagner, Jun has had masterclasses with renowned pianists including Alfred Brendel, Edith Fischer, Ferenc Rados and András Schiff.

Jun performs frequently in NZ, and has been invited to give recitals in France, Portugal, Finland, Switzerland, Chile and Japan. Among numerous prizes he was awarded 2nd Prize at the 2017 Maj Lind International Piano Competition in Helsinki, Finland. 

Matilde studied with Luís Cunha at the Conservatory of Lisbon and then with Ilya Grubert at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, graduating with a Bachelor of Music with Distinction. She continued her postgraduate studies at the Mozarteum Salzburg and the Academia Santa Cecilia in Portogruaro, Italy, participating in masterclasses with Gerhard Schulz, Rita Wagner and Ferenc Rados.

Matilde has given recitals in Portugal, the Netherlands, Italy, France, and the Czech Republic and was invited as soloist to the Festival of Pará, Brazil. She has received prizes including Special Prize at the 2016 International Violin Competition Jeunesses Musiclaes, Belgrade.

Since 2019, Matilde and Jun have jointly been directing a chamber music residency and festival in Trás-os-Montes, Portugal, presenting a varied repertoire in a rural setting.

Programme

Beethoven | Sonata for violin and piano no.7 in C minor, op.30 no.2

Kurtág | Tre Pezzi (Three Pieces) for violin and piano, op.14/e

Ravel | Tzigane for violin and piano

Chopin | Four Mazurkas for piano, op.30

Ligeti | Selection of pieces from Musica Ricercata for piano

Bartók | Dance Suite for piano

This concert is part of the Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2022, showcasing a remarkable line-up of renowned local, national and international artists performing in a beautiful heritage venue.

Special $15 tickets for Member of the Friends of the Arts Centre society. Click here to find out how to join.

 

 

Location map

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