From Rio to Paris: An eclectic program of solo and duo compositions including works by Ian Seaborn, Stephen Whittington, Napoleon Coste, Fernando Sor, Carlo Domeniconi and Dilermando Reis.
Renowned for their innovative programming and collaborations, Lee Song-Ou and Oliver Fartach-Naini have been playing together since 1991, when both were students of American guitarist and composer Laurie Randolph at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Composers from all over the world including Geonyong Lee (South Korea), Laurie Randolph (USA), Ludger Vollmer (Germany), Carlo Domeniconi (Italy), Thomas Wallisch (Austria), Coco Nelegatti (Argentina), Jaime Zenamon (Brazil), Vincent Lindey-Clark (England) as well as Richard Charlton and Stephen Whittington from Australia have written works for this duo. In addition to their highly acclaimed guitar duo CDs ‘Movement For Two Guitarists, Frutti de Mare’ and 25 they have recorded over 20 albums for numerous record labels around the world. These include their pioneering trio collaborations for the CD ‘Winter Journey’ with Richard Yongjae O’Neill (viola) for Deutsche Grammophon and the CD ‘Canto Antigo’ with violinist Zia Hyunshu Shin for Credia Classics (Universal).
This will be a unique opportunity to enjoy two classical guitar maestros in the unique setting of Kay Brothers’ historic cask room.
Concert only tickets available or join us for a 3-course degustation lunch prepared by local chef Glen Carr from Dine Catering matched to 5 premium Kay Brothers Wines.
Kay Brothers Grenache Rosé 2023
Sour Dough Bread, Olive Oil.
Duck, Chevre, Beetroot & Cherry
Kay Brothers GSM 2021
Panko Crumbed Pork Cheek, Gribiche, Pickled Shallot, Herbs
Buttered Seasonal Summer Baby Vegetables
Baby Cos, Pickled Red Onion, Fennel, Radish Salad with a lemon Mustard dressing
Kay Brothers Griffins Key Grenache 2020
Kay Brothers Hillside Shiraz 2020
While Chocolate variation, Tropical Fruit Textures
Kay Brothers Grand Liqueur Muscat
Sunday 3rd December
Concert 12pm – 1pm
Lunch – After concert
Kay Brothers cask room – 57 Kays Road. McLaren Vale.