JUNE 2018

Sunday 2 . . . 2.30pm
Concert
Greta Bradman (Soprano)

This concert was performed to a capacity audience.


Sunday 3 . . . 3.00pm
Evensong & Concert
The Choir of St James Sydney
Director: Warren Trevelyan-Jones
Organ: Titus Grenyer

The Choir of St James Church King Street Sydney will sing Evensong followed by a short recital in St Jude's Church, Bowral, on Sunday 3 June commencing at 3.00pm.  This outstanding Australian Choir, under the direction of Warren Trevelyan-Jones, recently performed at the ANZAC Dawn Service in Gallipoli.  At Evensong they will sing music by Stanford, Byrd, Palestrina Victoria Pearsal and others.

All welcome.



Wednesday 6 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
Alison Robertson (Soprano) & Lis Kawai (Piano)

Two local musicians, Soprano Alison Robertson and Pianist Lisa Kawai, will perform at the Midweek Lunchtime Recital in St Jude's Church Bowral on Wednesday 6 June commencing at 1.15pm. Their program includes works by Mozart, Schubert, Handel as well as a selection of pieces from operetta and light music. 

Alison Robertson has recently returned to Australia having completed a Diploma of Opera in London and a Masters of Music at the Royal Northern College of Music.  She has performed across the United Kingdom in a variety of roles ranging from Handel to Britten to Musical Theatre.  Recently she performed at Canberra Theatre in its production of Handel’s Esther.  Alison is based in Moss Vale, where she teaches singing when not performing.

Lisa Kawai is one of the finest pianists in the Highlands and regularly performs at St Jude’s. 

Admission by donation.


Sunday 10 . . . 2.30pm
Organ Recital
Maestro David Reccia Chynoweth (Italy)

Concert Organist Maestro David Reccia Chynoweth, who is currently in Australia from Italy, will present an organ recital ” Ehrt eure deutschen Meister!” (Celebrating German Master!) in St Jude's Church Bowral on Sunday 10 June commencing at 2.30pm.  The program includes works by Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Sebastian Bach, Johannes Brahms and Felix Mendelssohn.  David Reccia Chynoweth was born in Australia and educated at Canberra Grammar School.  Following his schooling he moved to Europe and is a Graduate of the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna (Austria) and of the Conservatorium of Music, Frosinone (Italy). Since 2011, when his solo career began, David performs regularly in Italy and elsewhere in Europe.
Admission $25/$20




Wednesday 20 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
"Lunchtime With Loiellet"
April Butcher (flute), Greg Slater (violin), Christine Tilley (piano)

Three local musicians, Flautist April Butcher, Violinist Greg Slater and Pianist Christine Tilley, will perform at the Midweek Lunchtime Recital in St Jude's church Bowral on Wednesday 20 June commencing at 1.15pm. Their program is titled “Lunchtime with Loiellet” and features the works of the London based Baroque composer Jean Baptiste Loeillet. 

Admission by donation.





Friday 22 . . . 10.30am
M&L Concert
The Highlands Sinfonia
Soloists: Judith Rough (Soprano)
Cedar-Rose Newman (Violin)

Admission $20 (concert) $25 (concert & lunch)

The next M&L Concert to be presented by the Highlands Sinfonia will be held in St Jude's Church Bowral on Friday 22 June commencing at 10.30am.

In an all-Mendelssohn program, following the Hebrides Overture (Fingal's Caves), the Sinfonia will be joined by Soprano Judith Rough to perform an aria from the Oratorio "Elijah" and the concert aria "Felice".  This will be followed by a performance of Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor performed by fourteen year old Cedar-Rose Newman.  Cedar-Rose is currently studying violin performance in the USA and is in Australia during the northern hemisphere summer break.

Proceeds from this concert will go to assist the national Braille Music Camp to be held at  Frensham in the first week in July.

Admission:  $20 (concert) $25 (concert & lunch)




Sunday 24 . . . 3.00pm
Evensong
St Jude’s Singers

The St Jude’s Singers will sing Evensong in St Jude’s Church, Bowral, on Sunday 24 June commencing at 3.00pm.  The Service setting will be by Sir Charles Villiers Stanford who was one of the founding Professors of the Royal School of Music in London.  While Stanford is best-known today for his Church music, he wrote many concert works including seven symphonies.  The Anthem will be Maurice Greene’s “Lord, let me know mine end”.  Greene composed in the eighteenth century and was Master of the King’s Musick as well as organist at the Chapel Royal and Professor of Music at Cambridge University. 

All welcome.



Wednesday 27 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
The Kings School Prep.