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The spirited and eclectic brother-sister ensemble, Duo Leung ( Dr Theresa Leung - piano, Dr Peter Leung - saxophones), is passionate about making music and exploring the idiosyncrasies of the piano-saxophone combination.  Believing that music is not just for the concert hall, and that music is for all, they seek to provide performances that are approachable, accessible and exciting, while maintaining a high, professional level of musical interpretation. Lovers of a diverse range of music, their repertoire includes contemporary music as well as transcriptions of works from the 18th-19th Centuries.  From humble beginnings playing Christmas Carols together as children, Duo Leung has seen its career take off since its official formation in 2016. In 2017 they undertook a tour of the USA, including performance and teaching residencies at Indiana University, Bloomington (which involved a performance collaboration with the esteemed saxophonist, Prof. Otis Murphy) and the New England Conservatory, Boston. Duo Leung is currently ‘Artist-in-Residence’ at International Grammar School, Sydney, Australia.

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open the music box...who knows what you might find. the music box project is a curious collective presenting creative, sometimes crazy, community driven and collaborative music. 

in 2019, you can find the music box project:

  • sharing 'music outside the usual order of things' on the second saturday of every month, upstairs @ the Glebe Hotel

  • curating 'project: anonymous': open call for text based scores to be assembled into an (anonymous) anthology to be made freely available via print and online

  • working with composers Jaslyn Robertson, Jasmin Leung, David William Murray and Moya Henderson in preparation for an exciting performance in September

  • in residence at Bundanon in early October experimenting with new sounds and long-form improvisation

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