St Bride's: Music - Ellen Falconer – piano

St Bride's: Music - Lunchtime Recitals

Ellen Falconer – piano

Friday, 18 January at 1:15pm - FREE ADMITTANCE - Retiring Collection

Ellen Falconer – piano

A Casella

Pavane op. 1

G Fauré

Nocturne no. 4, op. 36

G Enesco

Suite Pour Piano no. 2, op. 10

  i. Toccata

 ii. Sarabande

A Casella

Sarabande op. 10

O Respighi

Notturino

Ellen Falconer began playing piano at the age of eight, and has since studied under a number of prominent pianists and composers, including Danny Driver, Andrew Zolinsky, and Larry Sitsky. Ellen has performed extensively throughout Australia; notably performing as a soloist at the Sydney Opera House, Hamer Hall at the Melbourne Arts Centre, Melbourne Town Hall, and Parliament House in Canberra. Her expertise lies in Italian Modernist, Neoclassical and Futurist music, particularly that by 'la generazione dall'otanta', including composers such as Ottorino Respighi, Gian Francesco Malipiero and Alfredo Casella.

In 2016, Ellen graduated from the Australian National University with a Bachelor of Music with Honours, and a Bachelor of Art History. She was recipient of many awards, including the University Award for Music, and the Bernard Neumann Memorial Prize for an Honours Student. In 2017, Ellen completed her Master's in Performance at Goldsmiths, University of London. She was also a recipient of the prestigious Alexander Ivashkin Scholarship. Currently, Ellen is completing her PhD at the Royal College of Music.

Ellen Falconer began playing piano at the age of eight, and has since studied under a number of prominent pianists and composers, including Danny Driver, Andrew Zolinsky, and Larry Sitsky. Ellen has performed extensively throughout Australia; notably performing as a soloist at the Sydney Opera House, Hamer Hall at the Melbourne Arts Centre, Melbourne Town Hall, and Parliament House in Canberra. Her expertise lies in Italian Modernist, Neoclassical and Futurist music, particularly that by 'la generazione dall'otanta', including composers such as Ottorino Respighi, Gian Francesco Malipiero and Alfredo Casella.

In 2016, Ellen graduated from the Australian National University with a Bachelor of Music with Honours, and a Bachelor of Art History. She was recipient of many awards, including the University Award for Music, and the Bernard Neumann Memorial Prize for an Honours Student. In 2017, Ellen completed her Master's in Performance at Goldsmiths, University of London. She was also a recipient of the prestigious Alexander Ivashkin Scholarship. Currently, Ellen is completing her PhD at the Royal College of Music.