A WEEKEND OF FINE MUSIC
Friday 6 October - Sunday 8 October
Artists this year include International soprano, Kristen Leich, the renowned Seraphim Trio and we welcome returning artists, Luke Severn and Elyane Laussade. Program details and bookings at the link above.
Wednesday 11 October 7:00pm
Violinist Jonathon Glonek returns to Wesley of Warragul with guest pianist Usa Nappawan to present a stunning evening of superb classical music and virtuosic gems.
The program will feature Mozart: Sonata #17 in A major, Brahms: Sonata No 2 in A major plus works by Ernest Bloch, Kreisler, Heifetz and Wieniawski.
Sun 15 October 4:00pm
Michael Waugh’s insightful tributes to friends, family and parenthood are simultaneously deeply personal and nationally recognisable; we see our own brothers, parents, pubs, rivers, struggles and joys reflected in the faces of those characters
who live large in Michael's songs. Michael is a songwriter’s songwriter, a compelling live performer and an extraordinary storyteller. Among his admirers are the legendary Eric Bogle, alt. country luminaries Shane Nicholson & Fanny Lumsden as well as Josh Cunningham from The Waifs.
Paco Lara Flamenco Trio
The Andalusian Guitar
Fri 10 Nov 7:00pm
“Magnificently entertaining. Such musicians are rare in this country.” – City News
The virtuoso Spanish flamenco guitarist Paco Lara, who boasts of a distinguished career in Europe and Australia of more than 30 years, brings his album show “THE ANDALUSIAN GUITAR“- featuring some of the finest musicians from Spain and Australia.
Embodying the unmistakeable Jerez style of flamenco guitar playing, PACO LARA presents the
flamenco guitar in all its authenticity, culture, and artistry. Expect to see impressive articulation, mesmerising footwork with musical elegance and imagination that makes up this talented flamenco ensemble performed with the characteristic and unmistakeable sound (“toque") of Jerez (Spain).
Sun 19 Nov 2:30pm
Melbourne’s critically-acclaimed period instrument ensemble, Genesis Baroque presents two pinnacles of the Classical chamber music cannon for wind and strings. Mozart's graceful quintet for horn and strings is unusually scored for one violin, two violas, cello, and horn, producing a work of rich alto voicing. The program also features Beethoven's momentous six-movement septet for violin, viola, cello, double bass, clarinet, horn, and bassoon.