The 27th Annual
21st October to 20th November 2016

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

The 27th Annual Glebe Music Festival

21st October to 20th November 2016

In conjunction with the Glebe Society

Artistic Director Dr E. David G. McIntosh AM AMusA



Concert 1: Friday 21st October 2016 at 1900hrs,
Gleebooks (49 Glebe Point Rd):

Gian Marco Ciampa.
(Tickets $10 includes food/drinks) Please click here to order tickets
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Gian Marco Ciampa is a 25 year old classical guitar soloist from Rome, gratuated with honours and special mention at the Music Conservatory of Rome “Santa Cecilia” and is under the guidance and the supervision of Maestro Arturo Tallini.

He is the winner of several prizes in International Competitions (International Competition Niccolò Paganini, European Competition Enrico Mercatali, International Competition “Alirio Diaz” etc) and was awarded with the “Golden Guitar 2014” from “Michele Pittaluga Convention in Alessandria”.

Concert 2: Saturday 5th November 2016 at 1500hrs,
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John's Road, Glebe.:

Sydney Antiphony is a solo voice ensemble that features some of Sydney’s finest young singers. Working without a conductor, we aim to bring a fresh approach to rarely-performed choral repertoire, from ancient sacred and secular works of the Renaissance to twentieth century vocal works, including new Australian compositions.
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(Tickets $15, concessions $10)

Concert 3: Friday 11th November 2016 at 1900hrs,
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John's Road, Glebe.
International mezzo-soprano Deborah Humble and John Martin piano.
Most recently, Deborah Humble has appeared in Strauss’ Elektra and Honegger’s Jeanne d’Arc au Boucher in Hamburg, Das Rheingold and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 in Hong Kong, Siegfried in Boston, Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 in Singapore, Parsifal and Verdi’s Requiem in the UK, Bluebeard’s Castle in Melbourne and Tristan und Isolde in Mexico City.
(Tickets $20 concessions $15).
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Concert 4: Saturday 12th November 2016 at 1500hrs,
Record Reign Hall, corner St John's Road and Derwent Street, Glebe.

Solo cello Alex Palmer.
( Free entry.)

Alex is a composer, arranger and performer born in Sydney, Australia, and educated across the world. He studied music at the University of Cambridge, UK and Berklee College of Music, USA, and now works as a freelance musician. After a pioneering performance of looped and layered music at the Spectrum Now Festival in the Domain in 2015, Alex uses a range of instruments to create his signature sound. As a cellist, singer, guitarist, pianist and flautist, the possibilities are endless.

Concert 5: Sunday 20th November 2016 at 1530hrs,
The Great Hall, University of Sydney. ,
Concert for St Cecilia's Day. Amy Johansen (organ) and Josie and the Emeralds  Preceded by carillon in the quadrangle at 1400hrs, optional tour of the carillon at 1445hrs and afternoon tea in the ante-room at 1500hrs.
( Free entry)



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