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 Coming Events in Wesley ...


Bach Alone

Presented by Joan Evans, Cellist.

New Zealand-born cellist Joan Evans moved to Australia to become the

Principal Cello in the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra before joining the

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in 1980 for more than 30 years.  Joan is

now retired in Garfield and has continued playing with the Baw Baw Trio,

has featured as a soloist with the Gippsland Symphony Orchestra and now

presenting Bach Alone as an unaccompanied soloist.

The performance lasts 2 ½ hours including a 20 min interval.  Joan will be

presenting a program of five of the iconic unaccompanied Cello Suites by

J S Bach.  Each Suite consists of six short movements, - a prelude followed

by five baroque dance movements.

Sunday 2nd May 2021

2 p.m.

(Doors open at 1:30 p.m.)

Tickets: Adult $30 Concession $25 Students $20

We now have a contactless card payment facility for ticket purchases at the door.


WoW! Simply Music presents

Sunday 23rd May 2021 at 2:30pm
Schubert’s Winterreise

Nathan Lay (baritone)
Brian Chapman (pianist & translator)

Each of the 24 songs will be complemented by projection of the

respective Winter Journey image by artist Lucy Chapman
Program also includes four piano solos by Schubert and Schumann

Tickets: Adult $40, Concession: $35, Students: free

Friday 23rd July to Sunday 25th July.
Luke Severn, who performed at Wesley of Warragul in February 2021,

is planning to present a Classical Music Festival in July.  This is very exciting.

While it will start small over three days who knows where it will end in years to come?
Luke is a talented cellist.  He and his musical partner Elyane Laussade {piano)

will bring their talented friends to provide a weekend of magical music.
Further details of our 2021 festival will be released through
the Gippsland Fine Music Festival website
and Facebook @gippslandfinemusic


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