Wednesday 1 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
Ella Pernice (Vocal)
and Shirley Thompson (Piano)

Dedication . . . Robert Schumann
Un Jour, un Enfant . . . Emil Stern
Will There Really Be a Morning? . . . Ricky Ian Gordon
I Think It's Going to Rain . . . Randy Newman
Fascinating Rhythm . . . George Gershwin
Memory . . . Andrew Lloyd Webber
On My Own . . . Claud-Michel Schonberg
All I Ask of You . . . Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Ella Pernice is a student at Frenshm School, Mittagong.
Shirley Thompson is well known in the Highlands as a performer and teacher.

Sunday 12 . . . 2.30pm
Jose Carbo (Baritone) &
John Martin (Piano)

“Where My Heart Leads: Love Songs From Many Lands”
An enriching afternoon of beautiful songs from such countries as Spain, Italy, Germany and France.
Jose Carbo's rich baritone voice and John Martin's sensitive piano playing will transport and delight. And along with songs there will be a piano solo or two!”

Admission: $30/$25 Students $15

Wednesday 15 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
David Franks (Organ)

Fuga V from “Six Fugues pour l’Orgue ou le Clavecin”, Opus 6 . . . Jean-Jacques Charpentier
Pièce en trio . . .  Antoine Calvière
Pastorale, Opus 19 . . . César Franck
Fugue in G minor, Opus 3 . . . Gabriel Pierné

David Franks is resident in Canberra where he performs in a number of local churches. He performs regularly at St Jude's.

Admission by donation

Sunday 19 . . . 2.30pm
Wendy Hiscocks (Piano)
& Phillipa Mo (Violin)

Admission: $30/$25 students $15

Carnavalesque; Arabesque; Humoresque . . .Arthur Benjamin
Violin Sonata in E minor op.82 . . . Edward Elgar
Caprice (violin solo) . . . Wendy Hiscocks
Caprice from "pipr at the Gates of Dawn" (piano solo) . . . Wendy Hiscocks
Molly on the Shore . . . Percy Grainger (arr. Kreisler)
Sonate pour Violin seul . . . Naji Hakim
Vilin Sonata . . . Claud Debussy
Banjo & Fiddle . . . William Kroll

Philippa Mo is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, London and the Central
Conservatory of Music, Beijing. She performs worldwide as a chamber musician and is a
founder member of the highly successful violin duo Retorica. Philippa is a champion of
contemporary music and has worked closely with a number of leading British composers
such as John McCabe, David Matthews and Gabriel Prokofiev, many of whom she has
recorded on prominent labels. Appointed as Senior Lecturer in Violin at the Leeds College of
Music, Philippa has been awarded Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM) and
performs on a violin by Julius Cesare Gigli from 1786.

Wendy Hiscocks studied with Peter Sculthorpe at the University of Sydney before moving
to London in 1987. Her music has been performed by major international artists and
ensembles such as Piers Lane, Michael Collins, Elizabeth Connell, Schubert Ensemble and
Jesus College Choir at a range of venues and festival that include the Amadeus Festival
(Geneva) and the Australian Chamber Music Festival to London’s Purcell Room and the
Kusatsu International Summer Academy and Festival (Japan). Championing Australian music
has been a lifelong interest and her most recent recording released on Naxos features her
accompanying Susan Bickley and Christopher Gillett in the songs of Arthur Benjamin and
Edgar Bainton. Wendy is Artistic Director of Celebrating Australian Music

Wednesday 29 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
David Allen (Tenor)
& Allan Beavis (Accompanist)

Caro mio ben . . . Guiseppe Giordani
Alma del core . . . Antonio Caldara
Che Faro Senza Euridice . . . Gluck
La Serenata . . . Francesco Paolo Tosti
Malia . . . Paolo Tosti
Sogno . . . Paolo Tosti
Hear my song Violetta . . . Beirdre Foyster
Silent Worship . . . G F Handel
Were-E'er You Walk . . . G F Handel
Jose Carbo