Music. Prepare to be immersed in the world of the Grigoryan Brothers for an evening.
The guitar playing duo, is performing at Stanley Town Hall next week.
The Grigoryan Brothers, Slava and Leonard, have a passion to expand their horizons through new arrangements, their own compositions and commissions.
This ambition can be heard as the brothers take the classical guitar into genres such as jazz, folk and contemporary music.
In concert, mix it all together and you have a dimension to guitar-playing rarely seen in the musical world.
Between them, they have received three ARIA Awards (Australian Recording Industry Association) and 24 nominations.
In Stanley, the Grigoryan Brothers will be performing works from their latest album, Songs Without Words, which sees a return to classical repertoire.
The album will include songs by composers such as Bach, Elgar, Dvorak, Rachmaninoff, Faure, De Falla and Ponce all masterfully arranged for them by their father Edward.
The program will also include other works highlighting the brothers’ diverse skills: their deep appreciation of a broad spectrum of musical styles has resulted in many collaborations involving music, both written and improvised.
Combine this with their classical training and the result is a unique sound incorporating all these influences.
The event is on next Thursday (October 25) at 7.30pm at Stanley Town Hall, 10 Church Street. Ticket information is available at www.trybooking.com/WFYP.