Paul Dyer

Paul Dyer is Artistic Director of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Australia's leading period-instrument orchestra.

The Orchestra, which he founded in 1989, specialises in music of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and perform on period instruments and from original edition scores.

Paul Dyer spoke to Australian Stage's Eliza Eggler and film maker Thijs Rozeboom about the Orchestra's upcoming performance, Tapas.

Tapas performs in Sydney, at the City Recital Hall, Angel Place - Wednesday 17 March @ 7pm, and in Melbourne at Melbourne Recital Centre - Tuesday 23 & Wednesday 24 March @ 7.30pm. Further information»

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