APRIL 2021

Friday 2 (Good Friday) . . .  5.00pm
Crucifixion (Stainer)
David Allen (Tenor)
Christopher Harris (Baritone)

St Jude's Singers and Chamber Choir
Kim Stewart (Organ)


"A Meditation on the Sacred Passion of the Holy Redeemer".

Sunday 4 . . . 3.30pm
Cedar-Rose Newman (violin) and Vanessa Woodhill (Recorder)
Allan Beavis (Organ)

Program:
Violin
J.S. Bach,  Sonata No. 2 , Allegro
Eugene Ysaye,  Sonata No.4

Recorder and Violin
Béla  Bartók, Peasant Songs and Dances, arr. for recorder by Hans Ulrich Staeps

Organ and Violin
Amédée Méreaux, Hymne du Matin
J.S.Bach,  Aria on G String, arr. Pablo Sarasate




Wednesday 7 . . .  1.15pm

Ann Carr-Boyd and Debbie Angus (piano)
and Greg Tome (poetry)

Program:
Sunrise over a Dry Land . . . Jo Burrows
A Quiet Afternoon ( first performance )
. . . John D’Arcy
Ninjak
. . . John D’Arcy
Mountainous Aspirations
. . . Greg Tome
Languido
. . . Helen Morris
The Solitary Rag (first performance ) . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Meditation ( first performance ) . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Rumba for Two . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Watch out for Workers . . . Greg Tome
Nocturnal Visit
. . . Greg Tome
Old Mandemar Road . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Classic Cleansing . . . Greg Tome
Gastropod Aeronaut
. . . Greg Tome
Stairway to the Moon . . . Ann Carr-Boyd


DEBBIE ANGUS lives in Mittagong. She studied piano with Lindley Evans  at the Sydney Conservatorium and achieved her A.Mus.A. After that she was involved in Tyalgum Festival Festival as a music Director as well as a Programme Director for the Brisbane Biennial. Following that  she trained as a Music therapist working with dementia patients in NSW and Queensland. Playing duets with Ann has been a privilege  and pleasure and we are lucky that different composers have written new works for us including John D' Arcy whose work we will premiere at this recital. 

ANN CARR-BOYD AM is a free-lance composer living in the Southern Highlands.  For some years now a large number of her compositions have been for two musicians, in particular for piano duet, but also for piano and violin ; piano and cello ; piano and clarinet and piano and French horn.  Her most recent composition was completed in March, for solo violin, and especially composed for Cedar-Rose Newman.  It is an arrangement of Australian Dawn, which was originally composed for two violins and piano in 2016  -  for Cedar-Rose and Lina Lee.
Ann is an enthusiastic supporter of music in the Southern Highlands and is a patron of the Southern Highlands Symphony Orchestra.

GREG TOME is a retired secondary school teacher. It was in his retirement that he began writing poetry seriously. He has had two books of poetry published by Ginninderra press, as well as having numerous individual poems published in such literary journals as Eureka Street, Burrow and BlazeVOX.
Tome has enjoyed success in Crash Test, a competition involving ten minute plays, staged at Bundanoon.


Sunday 18 . . . 3.30pm
Pre-Service Recital

"Gloria" . . . Antonio Vivaldi
St Jude's Chamber Choir and String Quartet


Friday 23 . . . 10.30am
The Highlands Sinfonia Concert

Program:
Symphony No. 93 . . . Joseph Haydn
"Eternal Source of Light Divine" . . . George F Handel
"Let the Bright Seraphim" . . . George F Handel
"Tu virginem" and "alleluia" . . . W A Mozart
(soloist: Judith Rough)
Rhapsody for Orchestra and Organ . . . Titus Grenyer
(soloist: Titus Grenyer)
This work was commissioned by the Highlands Sinfonia and funded by a Community Grant from the Wingecarribee Shire Council



Wednesday 28 . . .  1.15pm

Sarah Bradley (flute) and David Vance (piano)


Program:
Francois Borne -  Fantasie Brilliante sur Carmen
Ian Clarke - The Great Train Race by Ian Clarke
Robert Muczynski -  Sonata for Flute and Piano, Mvt. 3&4 
Gabriel Faure - Fantaisie
J. S. Bach -  Flute Sonata in E minor, BWV 1034