MAY 2021
 
 
 

Sunday 2 . . . 4.00pm
Evensong
St Jude's Singers

Wednesday 5 . . . 1.15pm
Jared Mundell (Clarinet) and John Martin (Piano)

Program:
"Introduction, Theme and Variations" for Clarinet and Piano . . . Rossini

"Les Chemins de l'amour" for Voice and Piano . . . Poulenc (arr. for solo piano by John Martin)

"Central Park Variations" for Clarinet and Piano . . . Schifrin



Jared Mundell started the clarinet at 15 in 2000, as he was entering the Conservatorium High School. After graduating from there in 2002, he went onto the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

In 2006 he completed his Bachelor of Music, and during this time he played in the Sydney Youth Orchestra, other chamber music groups and large ensembles, and received numerous awards.

Including a Licentiate of Music Australia, (LMUSA) Fellowship of Trinity College London, (FTCL) and competitions like two broadcasts for 2MBS/Fine Music FM's Young Performer of the Year.

Jared teaches privately and in schools. In 2007 he did an hour broadcast with piano, for ABC Classic FM's "Rising Stars." He moved to the US at that time, where he finished his masters.

He's been active in the US and Sydney since returning. One of his goals includes a project he's been working on, making music more accessible to people, with other social welfare goals too.

He received a Sydney City Council grant for the first concert in 2016, he gave with John Martin and Folk singer Dahlia Dior. In 2019 was the next concert, with Melody Beck and Orava Quartet



Wednesday 12 . . . 1.15pm
Victoria Knox (soprano), Christopher Harris (Baritone)
and John Martin (Piano)

Program
Let Us Wander . . .  Henry Purcell
Senza Mamma from Suor Angelica . . . Giacomo Puccini
Nemico della patria . . . Umberto Giordano
Salce Salce from Otello . . .  Giuseppe Verdi
Vision fugitive . . . Jules Massenet
Ich  Wollt’, meine Leib’ . . . Felix Mendelssohn


Victoria Knox, Christopher Harris and John Martin are local artists who perform regularly at St Jude's



Sunday 16 . . . 3.30pm
Recital and Evensong
The Cathedral Singers

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Wednesday 19 . . . 1.15pm
Allan Beavis (Organ)

Saturday 22 . . . 2.00pm
Chamber Concert
The Highlands Music Collective
Director: Myee Clohessy
Booking on line.


Saturday 29 . . . 2.00pm
James Flores and Thomas Summerfield (Organ and Piano)

Program:
Toccata in D minor . . . Gaston Bélier (James - organ)
Concerto in B minor . . . Johann Gottfried Walther (James - organ)
  Allegro; Adagio; Allegro
Cat Duet Suite (for organ pedals) . . . Denis Bédard (Organ duet)
  Dance of the Kittens; Lullaby; Crazy Cats
Prelude and Fugue in D minor, BWV 539 . . . J S Bach (James - organ)
Adagio in G minor . . . Remo Giazotto/Tomaso Albinoni (James - organ)
Toccatina for Flute . . . Pietro Yon (Thomas - organ)
Toccata . . . Théodore Dubois  (Thomas - organ)
Liebestraum . . . Franz Liszt (Thomas - piano)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 . . .  Franz Liszt (Piano duet)


James Flores gives regular recitals on the highly acclaimed Letourneau Organ in St Matthew's Church, Albury, NSW.  He has also presented recitals in St Andrew’s Cathedral (Sydney) and St Stephen’s Uniting Church (sydney).  He also presents a series of recitals on line and is highly regarded in Australia and internationally.

Thomas Summerfield currently studies organ with James Flores.  He performs regularly in the Tunes on Tuesday recital series in St Matthew's Church, Albury (arranged by James Flores).  He has won many awards for his piano performances in the Border Region and has recently been awarded the Matthew McInnes Award presented by the Bishop of Wangaratta for his contribution to music in the Border Region.



Sunday 30 . . . 3.30pm
Ann Carr-Boyd and Debbie Angus (Piano)

Program:
Sunrise in a Dry Land . . .Joanne Burrows
A Visit from the Southern Highlands . . .Joanne Burrows
( first performance in Bowral )
Spiral Galaxy . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Moonacres Farm. . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Mulligatawny Soup . . .Joanne Burrows
Smokey Tells All . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Jedda ( first performance ) . . . Helen Morris
Skippy the Swamp Wallaby . . . Ann Carr-Boyd

Debbie Angus and Ann Carr-Boyd are musicians living in the Southern Highlands.  They have been performing as duet pianists for more than five years and have presented many duet concerts at St Jude’s Church.  At the beginning of this month, in association with cellist Alyson Broadfoot, they travelled to Wagga Wagga to present a Soiree at the Riverina Conservatorium of Music, as part of their Musical Festival and Conference.