Panel: Fame and its Legacy

The Channel
St Kilda Road Terrace,
Southbank 3006

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Grainger Museum

grainger@unimelb.edu.au

T: 0383445270

Join panellists Dr Ashley Barnwell, Associate Professor Jacqueline Dutton, Dr Simon Kinsella and Dr Suzanne Robinson as they discuss the nature of fame both in the time of Nellie Melba and Percy Grainger and today. How do these performers legacies stand today, and how do they compare to the legacies currently being forged by their contemporary counterparts.

This event will be held at The Channel at Arts Centre Melbourne. Tickets are $10 and bookings can be made here

Image: Single 78 rpm record of Edvard Grieg’s Cadenza from 1st movement, Piano Concerto Op. 16, played by Percy Grainger, 1908. Recorded by The Gramophone Company, London. Grainger Museum Collection.