Internationally renowned guitar duo the Grigoryan Brothers will once again perform at The Orange Regional Conservatorium, this Friday.
Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are considered two of the world's foremost classical guitarists, touring and recording around the globe as both solo artists and as an award winning duo.
The pair have developed a reputation for enthralling audiences with the energy of their performances and the breadth of their repertoire - embracing genres such as classical, jazz and contemporary music from around the world.
Between them, the Grigoryan brothers have received three ARIAs and 24 ARIA nominations.
As a duo, they have recorded a whopping eight albums, with the most recent released to critical acclaim in 2018.
Touring internationally for more that 15 years, the brothers have regularly performed throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and the US, as well as Brazil, South Africa, India and the Middle East.
They performed as support for the Canadian singer and songwriter KD Lang on her Ingénue Redux 25th Anniversary Tour in 2017.
This was followed immediately by another national tour where they shared the stage with the great Flamenco guitarist Paco Pena.
This second international tour took place while their classical release Songs Without Words was making its way to the top of the classical music charts, where it stayed for three months.
While growing up together does not guarantee a symbiotic relationship, Slava and Leonard have developed an ability to perform together seamlessly.
The Grigoryan Brothers Concert will take place for one-night only at the Orange Regional Conservatorium at 73a Hill Street.
Doors are open for the show at 6pm, for a 6.30pm start this Friday.
Tickets are $40 for adults, $35 for concession and $10 for children under 18-years.
Orange Regional Conservatorium school-aged students are free.
Tickets and additional information is available on the website: www.orangecon.org.au or by calling: 6361 7974.
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