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An Evening of Piano and Wine featuring the Beautiful Art of Mari Kidd

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Burgh House

New End Square

Hampstead

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NW3 1LT

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An exclusive piano recital in the heart of Hampstead with some very special wines to compliment the music!


This is a rare opportunity to see two highly regarded musicians from the Classical and Jazz worlds share the stage in this very intimate setting.

Wildly talented classical pianist Hiroko Yamamoto presents her interpretation of Chopin, Liszt and Bach. Jazz piano-vocalist Elizabeth Tillotson takes you on a musical journey via Cole Porter, Jobim and Latin favourites.

Burgh House is a beautiful, Grade I listed house in the heart of Hampstead Village.

Tickets include both recitals, special guest appearances and complimentary wine courtesy of Pierro Wines - Margaret River, Australia.


Classical

Bach Partita No. 2
Chopin Scherzo in Bb minor.
Liszt Liebesträume No 3

Jazz

Gershwin
Jobim
Michel Legrand
Cole Porter

Doors: 6:30pm



Pierro Wines


The wines of Pierro are the culmination of passion, innovation, location, climate and time. Wherever our wines are enjoyed around the world today they invariably impart a tangible trace of their idyllic place of origin - warm southern climes, ancient soils, healthful vines and years of skilled hands-on viticulture and winemaking.

For over a quarter of a century we have striven to fuse these elements to produce superior wines of singular extraction, character and elegance. Our quest for heightened quality continues with each passing vintage.

We are fortunate in that our beautiful Willyabrup vineyard is located in what is widely regarded as amongst the finest wine grape growing terrain in the world. Located in the heart of Western Australia's renowned Margaret River wine region, this far-flung locality has a viticultural pedigree second to none.

The district is situated in the continent's deep south-west, a relatively young region unsullied by the impact of human population and development. Fresh air, clean seas, unspoiled country and fruitful earth have been simple, priceless qualities here for millennia.

Surrounded by open water on three sides between capes Leeuwin and Naturaliste, the wine region is almost completely free of pollutants and contaminants. Year-round it is swept by pure, cool sea breezes, blowing in off the Indian and Southern Oceans. Mild, wet winters and sun-splashed summer seasons add to the viticultural equation.

A stable and predictable Mediterranean maritime climate is a vigneron's dream-come-true, and Margaret River has this too. The vineyard is situated on the north-facing south bank of the Willyabrup Brook, a pristine freshet that meanders down its namesake valley to the sea.

As is the case with many premier vineyards elsewhere in the world the presence of this natural watercourse provides a nourishing life source for the vineyard. It is no coincidence that several of the State's other premier vineyards and wineries are also situated in this gently undulating country by the brook.

Couple this with soils ideally suited to the needs of classic varietal grapevines and we find ourselves in a kind of viticultural paradise. Amid this marvellous terroir sits Pierro Margaret River Vineyards.

Our history is inextricably aligned with the emergence of Margaret River as one of the great young wine regions of the world. We couldn't be located in a better grape growing or winemaking district if we tried!

www.pierro.com.au

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New End Square

Hampstead

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NW3 1LT

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