What’s on this year, you ask? See below
Delightful flute and guitar duo: Bridget Bolliger and Phillip Bolliger, presenting CPE Bach “Hamburger” sonata, Carulli variations on a theme by Bellini, two Gymnopedies by Erik Satie, Villa-Lobos “Distribution of Flowers”, and two sonatinas for flute and guitar by Phillip Bolliger.
Superb baroque ensemble: Baroque violin, harpsichord, baroque flute and recorder, in a beautiful program of JS Bach, Telemann and Vivaldi.
Returning from the USA by popular demand, Mosman- born operatic soprano, Donna Balson, rejoins the Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s Chanterelle string quartet in another unforgettable performance.
One of the most exciting musical experiences ever experienced, with a 75-piece orchestra of exceptionally devoted teenage musicians, under the direction of one of Australia’s most experienced youth orchestral conductors, in gripping performances of the greatest classical, romantic and later symphonic repertoire, guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seats.
** AT THE MOSMAN ART CENTRE, ART GALLERY ROAD, MOSMAN **
Krzysztof Malek, the brilliant pianist who thrilled us all with his playing of Chopin during La Romanza last October, will replace the officially post-poned BEST AUSTRALIAN PIANIST from the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition. Special prices: adults: $30 seniors: $25 Children: free admission
(Free afternoon tea and champagne.)
Another wonderfully elevating musical experience bringing a different sound to the orchestral scene, which thrills and relaxes at the same time, with baroque, classical and romantic, well known and lesser known gems, but always leaving you glad you heard it and why hadn’t you done so before.
The plucked string ensemble with the eastern European flavour, directed by Stephen Lalor.
Tosoto returns with its full complement of popular classics, the orchestral view, and a relaxed end of the year ambience, plus our own music/tv/musical quiz and our annual Christmas Raffle.