I’ve got a concert coming up soon! I’m excited to be giving the world premiere performance of John Polglase’s Five Pieces. I’m also throwing in Bach’s second partita. Details at https://recitalsaustralia.org.au/programs/22-october-2022-alexander-hanysz-piano/ Note the unusual time of day: it’s a morning tea concert. If you can’t get there in person, there will also be a live video stream: check the Recitals Australia home page a few minutes before the start time. Or catch the recording afterwards on their Vimeo channel.
Hope to see some of you there! Bookings essential: get your ticket at https://recitalsaustralia.org.au/artfuel/tickets/130/sale
2 thoughts on “Concert Saturday 22nd October”
I am KeonWooLim. I thank you for your kind reply in Sensei’s Library. I am interested in Go, too. I am certified amateur 5 Dan. I like your file img2sgf.py very much. How do you write such a nice program? I envy you. The program, however, does NOT concert the numbers displayed on the stones. I am not good at Python. I hope, and really love to see a complete version of your precious program. I think you can do it. For now I just want to send you Thousands of Thanks!
Thank you very much, and God Bless You!
Thank you for your kind comment! As you can see from this web site, nowadays I spend more time on music than go. I’m glad you liked the Python code, and I hope someone else will improve it.
(In case anyone else is reading this and wondering what it’s about, we’re continuing a conversation that started on the site https://senseis.xmp.net/ regarding the software at https://github.com/hanysz/img2sgf . No, it has no connection with my recent concert.)