Melbourne Recital Centre brings Melbourne-based quintet Cosmo Cosmolino to MPavilion for an afternoon concert. In turn, Cosmo Cosmolino bring their instruments and unique style—inspired by tango, gypsy fire and altogether stranger continents and emotions. They’ll play original compositions alongside a very original and rather theatrical arrangement of the well-known Hungarian Dance No. 3 by Franz Liszt, as well as other unique arrangements of Astor Piazzolla’s songs that explore love and death. Speaking of Piazzolla, the centrepiece of this Sunday’s concert will be two pieces from his rarely performed suite Quatro Canciones Porteñas (Four Songs of Buenos Aires).