The Annual

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

The 25th Annual Glebe Music Festival
Friday 7th November to Sunday 23rd November 2014

In conjunction with the Glebe Society
And the Council of the City of Sydney

Artistic Director Dr E. David G. McIntosh AM AMusA


Concert 1:
Friday 7
th November at 1900hrs,
Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe :
Guitar Trek “Australia’s premier guitar quartet” will be performing works by Manuel de Falla, Nigel Westlake, Johannes Brahms, Scott Joplin, and Alfonso Montes.
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(Tickets $10 includes food/drinks)

Concert 2:
Saturday 8
th November at 1500hrs,
Record Reign Hall, corner St John's Rd and Derwent St

The Taverner Consort of Voicesmusic directors Susan Briedis and Julie Blewitt
About Love. The a cappella programme will include early music, folk songs, art songs and Australian Advent music all dealing with the subject of love, human and divine.
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(free entry)


Concert 3:
Friday 14th November at 1900hrs
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John's Rd:
Trio Trois (flute, clarinet, piano) director Emma Hunt
Works by Debussy, Maurice Emmanuel, Shostakovich, Lachlan Skipworth, Florent Schmitt, Jeff Manookian, John Clinton and Libby Larson.
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(Tickets $10, concessions $5)

Concert 4:
Saturday 15th November at 1500hrs,
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John's Rd: z
Rachel Scott (cello) and Agostino Duo (Raffaele and Janet Agostino)
Bach and Beyond: Music for 16 Strings
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(Tickets $10, concessions $5)

Concert 5:
Saturday 15th November at 1900hrs,

Glebe Town Hall (160 St John’s Rd):

Robert Weatherburn (piano)
Works by Australian composers, written around 1915 to commemorate the centenary of the ANZAC landing, including Alfred Hill and Iris de Cairos-Rego. 1915 was also the year of the opening of the NSW State Conservatorium of Music – thus music by Alfred Hill, de Cairos-Rego and Roy Agnew. And music by Robert Weatherburn
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(Tickets $10, concessions $5, includes wine/juice)

Concert 6:
Sunday 16th November at 1530hrs,
Great Hall, University of Sydney,

Amy Johansen (organ) and Greg van der Struik (trombone)
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(free entry).

Preceded by carillon in the quadrangle played by Isaac Wong from 2pm to 2.45pm,
optional tour of the carillon, and refreshments in the ante-room from 3pm to 3.30pm.

Concert 7:
Saturday 22nd November at 1600hrs,
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John's Rd,:
Josie and the Emeralds Josie Ryan, soprano; Brooke Green, Imogen Granwal (viol) and Victoria Watts (viol), Fiona Ziegler, Catherine Upex, viols; Jacques Emery double bass and percussion. Music for St Cecilia’s Day by Purcell, Monteverdi and Brooke Green.
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(Tickets $35, concessions $25)

Concert 8:
Sunday 23rd November at 1700hrs,
St Scholastica's, corner Avenue Rd and Arcadia Ave, Glebe:

Bel a cappella
conducted by Anthony Pasquill. Noël Nouvelet.
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(Tickets $35, seniors/pensioners $30, available from Bel a cappella)







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