The 35th Annual
Friday 8 to Sunday 24 November 2024

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

Duo EvocationesSpecial Autumn Concert:
Sunday 21 April 2024 3pm
Margaretta Cottage
6 Leichhardt Street, Glebe NSW 2037
(disabled access at 18A Cook Street)

Performers: Duo Evocaciones: Martina Biondi (cello) Pietro Locatto (guitar)

Works by Enrique Granados, Isaac Albéniz,
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Tickets: $20 includes afternoon tea
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Michael Tsalka and Diana WestonSpecial Concert 2:
Saturday 13 July 2024 at 7pm
Margaretta Cottage,
6 Leichhardt Street, Glebe 2037
(disabled entrance at 18A Cook St)

Performers: Michael Tsalka and Diana Weston

Works by P. Antonio Soler, Johann Christoff Friedrich Bach, Astor Piazzolla, Zhuosheng Jin and JS Bach. More Information

Tickets: $20 includes supper

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Quartorze Baroque French MusicSpecial Concert 3:
Sunday 28 July at 3pm
Location: Margaretta Cottage, 6 Leichhardt Street, Glebe 2037
(disabled entrance at 18A Cook St)
Quatorze in “L’Amour Cruel” Baroque French Music

Performer: Anna Sandstrom (soprano), Simon Martyn-Ellis (theorbo/lute) and Ruth Crosby (baroque flute/recorder)

Programme: Arias of doomed love and intimate chamber music from the courts of Versailles, including Lully, Rameau, Campra and Le Camus

Tickets: $20 includes afternoon tea

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Quartorze Baroque French MusicSpecial Concert 4:
Saturday 17 August 2024, 7:00 pm
Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe 2037
Strange Musicke: Brooke Green and Ruby Brallier, viols

What did Shakespeare mean with strange musicke in The Tempest? Can we imagine the rare pleasures of Europe’s select few at this time, experiencing intimate banquet music so ravishing it silenced all conversation?
We invite you to enjoy a glass of wine or alternative beverage as you experience the strange and the rare with us in this program of magic and mystery. Fantasias by Richard Mico and Giovanni Coperario, an Australian premiere of a recently discovered anonymous ground, world premiere arrangements by Brooke Green of J.S.Bach’s Sonata for Violin and Continuo BWV 1021 and his Canon in Augmentation and Contrary Motion from The Art of Fugue. There may be a surprise.

Tickets: $35 – $40
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Isabel Tzorbatzaki (violin) and Ariel Nurhadi (guitar)Concert 1:
Friday 8 November at 6.30pm
Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe 2037

Performers: Isabel Tzorbatzaki (violin) and Ariel Nurhadi (guitar)
Brazilian, Spanish, Armenian, Kurdish and Persian music for guitar and violin including works by Celso Machado, Egberto Gismonti, Sivuca, Manuel de Falla, Anouar Brahem, Pedram Shalai, Nishtiman, Dilşad Saîd, Nova and Arno Babajanyan and George Gershwin

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Tickets: $20 full price, $10 concessions; 21 years of age and under free entry. Includes drinks and food
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Acacia QuartetConcert 2:
Saturday 9 November at 3pm
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John’s Road, Glebe 2037

Acacia Quartet
Lisa Stewart (violin), Doreen Cumming (violin), Stefan Duwe (viola), Anna Martin-Scrase (cello)

Acacia Quartet will be performing Australian work(s) and Joseph Haydn's String Quartet in G Major, and Robert Schumann's String Quartet No. 1 in a minor.
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Tickets:$20 full price, $10 concessions, 21 years of age and under free entry. Includes afternoon tea

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No OtherConcert 3:
Saturday 9 November at 7.30pm
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John’s Road, Glebe 2037

“No Other” – Songs of Gene Clark Rock Concert
Performers: James Dixon (guitar) will be joined by Andrew McIntosh (guitar), Mark Terrell (bass), Liam Hayes (drums) and special guests.
Hey all you parrot watchers, mind pilots, gypsy riders and world-turners, James Dixon, friends and special guests will gather for a celebration of the music of the late Gene Clark. The band will play songs from Clark’s early days with The Byrds, and through his extensive catalogue of solo and collaborative work, including songs from the critically acclaimed ‘No Other’ album.

Tickets: $20 full price, $10 concessions, 21 years of age and under free entry. Includes drinks

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Austral Harmony Baroque AmityConcert 4:
Friday 15 November at 7pm
Margaretta Cottage, 6 Leichhardt Street, Glebe
(disabled access at 18A Cook Street, Glebe)

Austral Harmony in “Baroque Amity”
Performers: Jane Downer (baroque oboe, oboe d’amore), Sarah Meagher (recorder), Kim Worley (baroque cello) Joanna Tondys (harpsichord)

Baroque Amity features differing styles of popular instrumental genres represented by three of the most famous composers of the early C18th. Handel and Telemann’s epistolary friendship often concerned their mutual love of gardens. In 1754 Handel sent Telemann a casket of the ‘best plants in all England’ according to the recipient’s wishes. Austral Harmony’s programme highlights expressive melody and an especially sonorous blend of instruments.
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Tickets: $20 includes drinks

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Shimmering PearlsConcert 5:
Sunday 17 November at 3pm
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John’s Road, Glebe 2037

Austral Harmony in “Shimmering Pearls”
Performers: Jane Downer (baroque oboe, oboe d’amore), Sarah Meagher (recorder), Kim Worley (baroque cello)

Shimmering Pearls is a programme of intimate chamber music arranged from cantatas by two of the Baroque era’s most celebrated composers. Vocal lines are substituted by the recorder, oboe, oboe d’amore and cello, with each instrument afforded poignant and sparkling obligato roles.
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Tickets: $20 full price, $10 concessions, 21 years of age and under free entry. Includes afternoon tea

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Kjell Goyer and Stolen MomentsConcert 6:
Friday 22 November at 6.30pm
Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe 2037
Kjell Goyer and Stolen Moments Jazz ensemble

Programme: Quartet of trumpet, Classical; and Manouche guitars, double bass and vocals, specialising in playing elegant chamber jazz arrangements from the jazz greats from Swing to Latin. Jazz greats such as such as Gershwin, Ellington, Jobim, Davis and Reinhardt as well as their own compositions.

Tickets: $20 full price, $10 concessions; 21 years of age and under free entry. Includes drinks and food

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Concert 7:
Sunday 24 November at 2pm
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John’s Road, Glebe 2037
Josie and the Emeralds directed by Brooke Green.

Programme: St Cecilia 2024

Tickets: $40 full price, concessions $20, 21 years of age and under free entry. Includes afternoon tea

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Josie and the Emeralds

 


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