The Annual
Sunday 4th November at 3-30pm

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

Concert 2:
Sunday 4
th November at 3-30pm,
Great Hall, University of Sydney
Amy Johansen (University Organistand Carillonist)
and Thomas Crome (French Horn and Alphorn).

Giovanni Martino Cesare (1590-1667)

La Hieronyma (from Musicale Melodie, 1621)

August Körling (1842-1919)


J. S. Bach (1685-1750)

Prelude and Fuge in C for organ (BWV 547)

Hugo Alfvén (1872-1960)

Notturno Elegiaco

Jehan Alain (1911-1940)

Litanies for organ


Alphorn calls

Johann Georg Leopold Mozart (1719-1787)

Sinfonia Pastorella for Alphorn and Strings

Helmut Michael Brand (b. 1959)

Psalm 126.1 “….so warden wir sein wie die Träumenden” (We shall be like those who dream)


Thomas Chrome

Thomas Crome won first prize at the federal Jugend Musiziert music competition in 1977 and 1979.
Crome studied with Erich Penzel at the University of Music in Cologne and took part in master classes with Peter Damm in Dresden and Barry Tuckwell in London.

From 1983-2016 Crome joined the prestigious Badische Staatskapelle orchestra in Karlsruhe. Since 1987 he has taught as assistant lecturer at Badisches Konservatorium in Karlsruhe and as a guest lecturer of the DAAD at the Horn Festival in Tartu, Estonia and at the State Conservatories in Tbilisi, Georgia and Shenyang, China.

He has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician, playing instruments including the natural horn, the baroque horn and the alphorn, in venues across Europe, the United States, South America, East Africa, Japan and China. In 2004 Crome was granted the title of Chamber Musician by the Ministry of the State of Baden Wuerttemberg.

More recently, Crome has also emerged as a conductor.
For more information on Thomas Crome please visit his website





Thomas Chrome Playing Alphorn

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