Past Appearances

First Responders in the Arts

Date: Wed 28 Apr 2021, 1pm.
Athenaeum Theatre & Online. Performance by Elyane of Mozart, Chopin, Debussy and more. To be preceded by a panel discussion about the impact COVID-19 has had on the arts industry.

St Michael’s with Tair Khisambeev

Date: Sun 9 May 2021, 10 AM.
St Michael’s on Collins.
Elyane and Tair Khisambeev will perform a gorgeous selection of violin favourites.

FUZION plays Claude Bolling

Date: Wed 19 May 2021, 8.30pm.
Athenaeum Theatre & Online.
The new ensemble ‘Fuzion’ performs Claude Bolling suite for Violin, Jazz Piano, Bass & Drums.

Old Friends | New Beginnings

Date: Thurs 8 April 2021, 7 pm (UTC+10)
Elyane Laussade and Luke Severn make a triumphant return to performing as a duo with some of their favourite works at fortyfivedownstairs.

3MBS Haydn Marathon 2021

Date: 6pm Sat 27 Feb 2021.
Athenaeum Theatre & Online. has Elyane has been invited to perform in the 3MBS Marathon for the 9th year in a row, this time playing Haydn’s famous Sonata in E-flat, XVI:49.

‘Bach-A-Rach’ Intimate Recitals

Dates: 11am Thurs 11 Mar, 8pm Sat 13 Mar, 5pm Sun 14 Mar, 8pm Sat 20 Mar & 5pm Sun 21 Mar.
This is the first set of Intimate Recitals since the beginning of the pandemic. Enjoy this unique program is an unexpected juxtaposition of music by Bach, Rachmaninov and Burt Bacharach.

‘Bach-A-Rach’ Digital Concert

Date: Sun 25 Oct, 7pm, 2020.
Online recital, link within.
Elyane is performing her new program ‘Bach-A-Rach’ which features music from Bach, Rachmaninov & Burt Bacharach.

[Cancelled] ‘Beethoven Celebration’ – Solo Recital

*This performance has been suspended due to the corona virus situation*
Elyane is invited to perform in Meeniyan for a solo recital. She will be presenting ‘Beethoven Celebration’: a selection of Beethoven’s most beloved sonatas, the Pathetique, Moonlight, Waldstein and Rondo Opus 129.

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Date: Thurs 2 April, 7pm, 2020.
Online recital, link within.
Elyane is performing one of her most beloved programs ‘An American in Paris’.

Austral Salon with Luke Severn & Daniel Tan

Date: Sat 14 March 2020, 3pm.
Coming up next March is a performance at the Austral Salon with Luke Severn, ‘cello and Daniel Tan, violin celebrating the 130th year of the Austral Salon. We will be performing a selection of trios and duos.

3MBS Beethoven Marathon 2020

Date: Sat 23 Feb 2020, 8 pm.
Melbourne Recital Centre. Beethoven Rondo WoO 6 with Corpus Medicorum Orchestra, Michael Dahlenburg conductor. This short and sweet stand-alone concerto movement arranged by Czerny is a prelude to a fabulous concert of Beethoven’s great works.

Brunswick Beethoven Festival 2020 with Luke Severn

Date: Wed 19 Feb 2020, 7.30 pm.
Elyane and Luke Severn, cello, are performing at the Brunswick Beethoven Festival 2020 to celebrate the sesquicentennial of Beethoven’s birth. The program will include Beethoven works, variations and other surprises.

Brunswick Beethoven Festival Recital

Date: Thurs Feb 6 2020, 7.30 pm. Tempo Rubato, Brunswick.
Celebrating Beethoven’s sesquicentennial with popular favourites, Moonlight and Pathetique Sonatas, and more!

Solo Recital in Bologna, Italy

Date: Wednesday 15 January 2020, 3 pm.
Elyane Laussade will be performing for the first time in Italy at the Sala Marco Biagi in Bologna this January. She will be performing a few fan favourites from Beethoven and Chopin.

‘Dearly Beloved’ Rising Stars Recital with Luke Severn

Dates: Sun Nov 9 2019, 6:30 pm / Tues Nov 12 2019, 10.45 am / Sun Nov 17 2019, 4.30 pm.
Although Luke Severn is well-known to the Laussade Studio recitals as a cellist, he returns as a rising star for the second time – but now as a vocalist!

Piano Solos at St Michael’s

Date: Sunday October 27 2019, 10-11 am.
At St Michael’s Uniting Church in Collins Street, come enjoy some music and an inspiring service.

‘A Journey Through Romanticism’ Intimate Recital

Dates: 11am Thurs Aug 29, 5pm Sunday Sept 15, 7pm Sat Sept 21, 2019.
This Intimate Recital program spans four centuries and five composer-pianists who all performed/perform their own works:  Schubert, Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninov, and William James Schmidt, a Romantic living in the 21st century.