3MBS and the University of Melbourne Graduate House present a lunchtime recital series exclusively for 3MBS subscribers and members of Graduate House.

Join us at Graduate House in Carlton for a delicious three-course lunch before enjoying a delightful 60-minute lunchtime recital by one of Melbourne’s best and brightest pianists.

Lunch: $20—served from 12 – 1pm (drinks available to purchase)
Recital admission: $20 from 1 – 2pm

Discounted carparking at Graduate House: $12.50

Ticket options to book for lunch and the performance or for the recital on its own. Discounted car parking at Graduate House is also available when booking.

Wednesday 19 June: Gintaute Gataveckaite (piano)
Gintaute Gataveckaite will take us on a pianistic sonata odyssey. Beginning with Haydn’s largest work for solo piano, a daring masterpiece of orchestral grandeur, then travel back to the Baroque era with two charming Scarlatti sonatas, each a sublime miniature beautifully woven together. The performance will end with a contemporary sonata by Australian Carl Vine, a complex and challenging explosion of intense rhythmic drive, layers of resonance and unusual flowing harmonies. 

Joseph Haydn—Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, Hob. XVI/52 
Domenico Scarlatti—Piano Sonata in B minor, K.27
Domenico Scarlatti—Piano Sonata in B minor, K.87
Carl Vine—Piano Sonata No.1

Wednesday 18 September: Tristan Lee (piano)
Ludwig van Beethoven—Piano Sonata No.23 in F minor, Op.57 Appassionata
Arnold Schoenberg—Six Little Pieces Op.19
Sergei Prokofiev—Piano Sonata No.7 in B-flat Major, Op.83


Gintaute Gataveckaite 
Ginataute is an award-winning, internationally acclaimed Lithuanian pianist living in Melbourne and enjoying a busy performing and teaching schedule in Australia and abroad.

She has given solo, chamber music and orchestral performances throughout U.K., Europe, China and Australia including such venues as Melbourne Recital Centre, Wigmore Hall, Southbank Centre, St James’s Piccadilly, Guangzhou Opera House and many more. Gintaute is a graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, and the University of Melbourne. Throughout her career she has received multiple awards in national and international competitions. As a performing artist, exploring and expanding her diverse repertoire, and sharing music with an audience, forms an essential part of Gintaute’s life.

Tristan Lee
Tristan Lee is a Melbourne-born concert pianist, pedagogue and academic whose performances, recordings and lectures have received critical acclaim throughout Australia and abroad. He has played in major venues in Australia, France, Italy, Lithuania and China, including regular recitals at the Melbourne Recital Centre, Perth Concert Hall, Wigmore Hall, Royal Academy of Music, and St Martin in the Fields in London, Shanghai and Chongqing Grand Theatre, Guangzhou Opera House, amongst many others.

As a soloist, Tristan has performed with orchestras in Australia and the UK. A keen interpreter of the music of the present day, he regularly performs contemporary piano music and has given numerous world premieres of works by Australian and British composers.

Tristan’s mentors have included François-Frédéric Guy and Leslie Howard. He is a graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester (MMus) and the University of Melbourne (PhD) where he currently teaches piano.