The 23rd Annual Glebe Music
9th November to 2nd December 2012
Director Dr E. David G. McIntosh AM AMusA
1: "Glass and Reflections of the Southern Hemisphere"
Friday 9th November at 7pm,
Gleebooks (49 Glebe Point Rd):
Raffaele and Janet Agostino in Sydney’s principle guitar duo Duo
The concert will be opened by Sam Sheumack on electro-acoustic guitar, playing his own new work entitled "Refractions".
(Tickets $20, concessions $10 and includes food/drinks).
Peter Travis and friend
© Patricia Baillie
Saturday 10th November at 3pm,
Margaretta Cottage (6 Leichhardt
St. Glebe Point): Acclaimed Bulgarian pianist Evgeny Genchev and Queensland cellist Sam Lucas play Brahms Cello Sonata No. 1. Jeanell Carrigan (piano) and James Kortum (flute) play Georges Adolphe Hüe and Henry Woollett. Evgeny Genchev plays Scriabin Sonata No 3.
$20/concessions $10 includes food/drinks).
Saturday 10th November at 8pm,
Margaretta Cottage: Ukrainian/Australian pianist Alexey Yemtsov and Bulgarian pianist Evgeny Genchev. Music by Bach/Feinberg, Haydn, Ravel, Chopin, Scriabin, Rachmaninov/Volodos and Liszt."
Click here to read a recent review
(Tickets $40/concessions $20 includes
Sunday 11th November at 3pm,
Christ Church St Laurence (812B George St.
Haymarket): Bel a cappella choir performs George Dyson Hierusalem,
Gustav Mahler Ich
bin der Welt abhanden gekommen,
Gustav Holst Psalms
86 and 148,
Pēteris Vasks Missa.
(Tickets $30, seniors/pensioners $25, students $20 available only
from Bel a cappella).
Thursday 15th November at 7pm,
Benledi House (186 Glebe Point
Road): Donna Cain (soprano), Johanna Petsche (clarinet), Dorine Tolley
(piano) in Schubert’s The
Shepherd on the Rock D965 and Vivaldi excerpts from Motet RV630
Saturday 17th November at 2pm,
Record Reign Hall (corner St John's Road and Derwent
Street, Glebe): After last year’s sensational and popular concert, the return
of Rob Scott-Mitchell and the piano accordion consort Accordions
Sunday 18th November at 3pm,
St Scholastica’s (corner Avenue
Road and Arcadia Road, Glebe): Josie
Ryan soprano and the Emerald City Viols under the directorship of
Brooke Green (Josie and the Emeralds)
and the New.
Gibbons magnificent 6 part Fantasias and Motets, and Madrigals for
Voices and Viols to mark the 400th anniversary of their publication. Also contemporary Australian works
by Elena Kats-Chernin and Brooke Green. Refreshments available at the
(Tickets $30 at the door or $20 concessions and early bird
- for early bird phone 0422-334-054 or book up to and including 17th November).
Sunday 2nd December at 3pm,
St Scholastica's: Coro Innominata http://www.innominata.org/ in From
Tudor to Late Romantic: Four Centuries of English Polyphony (tickets available only from Coro Innominata or at the door).
Saturday 23rd March at 5pm
St Johns Church, Glebe,
corner of St Johns Rd and Glebe Point Rd
Josie and the Emeralds
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Please note the time and location for this special concert have changed.
For more information please visit: http://josieandtheemeralds.com