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Len Vorster


Len Vorster left South Africa for Australia in 1983 after completing post-graduate piano studies with Lamar Crowson at the University of Cape Town. He made his concerto début with the Cape Town Symphony Orchestra in 1976. In 1997 he recorded Michael Easton's Concerto on Australian Themes with the State Orchestra of Victoria for Naxos, and gave the premiÚres of the work in Italy, Hungary, Germany, and London. His Naxos recording of the two-piano version of Holst's The Planets (with Robert Chamberlain, 8.554369) has received a Gramophone Magazine Award. Further Naxos recordings include music by de Falla, Stravinsky and Berkeley. He has recorded with Ian Partridge the complete songs and solo piano music of Lord Berners for Marco Polo. (8.225159) Len Vorster is founding Artistic Director of the Port Fairy Spring Music Festival, and is on the piano staff at the University of Melbourne, Monash University and the Victorian College of the Arts.





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