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Sydney: a musical journey to celebrate Dante

Mauro Colombis Piano – Photo Flavio Brancaleone, Sydney
Sydney:un viaggio musicale per celebrare Dante

In Viaggio con Dante“, a musical show divided into three parts:Inferno, Purgatorio and Paradiso, concluded the initiatives organized to celebrate the 700th anniversary of Dante Alighieri’s death. It was presented by the Italian Cultural Institute of Sydney in collaboration with Vicinity QBV. On February 24, at the Queen Victoria Building, the music performed on the piano by Mauro Colombis, the Cousin Quartet and the choir of Christ Church St Laurence, will be the backdrop for the verses of the Divine Comedy recited by actor Grant Lyndon.

The Cousin Quartet is an emerging group of two pairs of brothers who have been playing together since an early age. The Choir of Christ Church St Laurence is one of the oldest choral groups in Australia and was founded shortly after the consecration of the Church in 1845. Grant Lyndon began his voiceover career at the age of 14 and is also an actor, presenter, musician and writer.