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Pianist Panos Karan Visits Adelaide in Bach Around the World Part 5

December 12, 2020

SURREY, UK – Greek-born pianist Panos Karan continues his Bach Around the World series with part five of this musical journey as he travels to Adelaide, Australia, “a city that uniquely combines a vibrant urban center, stunning beaches and beautiful mountains,” Karan said via email.

“With large parks, world class wine, kangaroos, and Greek food, this is my favorite city Down Under,” he noted.

In the video, Karan performs Bach’s Prelude and Fugue No. 5 in D Major and offers a brief travel guide to the Australian city, mentioning the sites not to be missed, like the beaches, the Central Market, and St. Peter’s Cathedral. The video is available online: https://vimeo.com/user10633114.

The videos of his previous musical journeys to Siberia, Quito, Luang Prabang in Laos, and Athens, Greece, the city of Karan’s childhood, are also available on Vimeo.

In the next musical journey in the series, Karan visits Easter Island.

More information about Panos Karan is available online: https://www.panoskaran.com.

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