Friday 7 . . . 10.30am
M&L Concert
The Highlands Sinfonia

Overture to "Medea" . . . Luigi Cherubini
Adagio for Cor Anglais . . . W A Mozart
(soloist: Michelle Biasutti)
"notturno" from A Midsummer Night's Dream . . . Felix Mendelssohn
(soloist: Elizabeth Dalton)
Symphony in D Major . . . Luigi Cherubini

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

Wednesday 12 . . . 1.15pm

Midweek Lunchtime Recital
Ann Carr-Boyd & Debbie Angus (Piano)
Greg Tome (Poems)

"Duets and Poetry"
Sunrise in a Dry Land . . . Joanne Burrows
Ninjak . . . John d’Arcy
Moonacres Farm . . . Carr-Boyd
Bowral Landscape - poem . . . Greg Tome
Old Mandemar Road . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Rag for Reg . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Rumba for Two . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Deb-Ann Air  . . . John d’Arcy
Eucalyptus Rex - poem . . . Greg Tome
A Morning Canter . . . May Howlett
Skippy the Swamp Wallaby . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
A Little Blue Music . . . Joanne Burrows

Ann Carr-Boyd is a celebrated Australian Composer and pianist who lives in the Highlands. She is joined by another local pianist, Debbie Angus to perform duets by local composers, including some by Ann herself.  Included in the program are poems written and performed by Greg Tome, a retired secondary school teacher who has resumed writing poetry seriously during his retirement. He is an active member of the Southern 
Highlands branch of the Fellowship of Australian Writers.

Saturday 15 . . . 5.00pm

Believe: National Concert Tour (Aled Jones)
St Jude’s Singers

One of Australian audiences' favourite singers and presenters, Aled Jones MBE, returns this spring to complete what has been an extraordinary journey. The final instalment in his One Voice album trilogy - One Voice: Believe - is released on Decca Records on 20 July. The first two albums in the series dominated the Australian ARIA Classical Charts.
(This concert is completely sold out)


Sunday 2 . . . 2.30pm
Organ Recital
Allan Beavis

Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C Major . . . J S Bach
Sonata No. 2 . . . Felix Mendelssohn
(Grave, Adagio, Allegro vivace, Fuga)
Introduction and Rondo (from Flute Concerto) . . . C H Rinck
Cantilean Pastorale . . . Alexandre Guilmant
Berceuse . . . Alexandre Guilmant
Sonata No. 8 . . . Joseph Rheinberger
(Introduction, Fugue, Intermezzo, Scherzosso, Passacaglia)

Admission by donation
Sunday 16 . . . 3.00pm
St Jude’s Singers

The St Jude’s Singers will sing Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer in St Jude’s Church Bowral on Sunday 16 September at 3.00pm.  The service setting is by the Irish/English composer Sir Charles Villiers Stanford and the Anthem “Let all Mortal Flesh” by Sir Edward Bairstow, the long-time organist of York Minster in the UK.

Wednesday 19 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
James Flores (Organ)

Tuba Tune . . . Dulcie Holland
Prelude in C major, BuxWV 137 . . . Dietrich Buxtehude
Ave Maria . . . Johann Sebastian Bach / Charles Gounod
Prelude and Fugue in G minor, BWV 535 . . . Johann Sebastian Bach
Vocalise (Op. 34, No. 14) . . . Sergei Rachmaninoff
Carillon-Sortie . . . Henri Mulet

James Flores is lives in Albury and performs regularly at St Matthew's Anglican Church in the city.  He organises and performs in a popular lunchtime concert series at St Matthew's "Tunes on Tuesday".

Sunday 23 . . . 2.30pm

Spring Concert
Judith Rough (Soprano) & John Martin (Piano)

Admission $25/$20

Wednesday 26 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
Christine Tilley & Meredith Van Til (Piano)
“The awakening of cheerful feelings on arriving in the country”
“The shepherds’ hymn of thanksgiving”
from  Symphony no 6 op 68 . . . L. van Beethoven
Slavonic Dance op 72 no 2. . .  A. Dvorak

Christine Tilley and Meredith VanTil are both very well-known and contribute significantly to the musical life of the Highlands.  They regularly join to perform duets.  In this recital they will perform a four-hand transcription of Beethoven's popular Pastorale Symphony and one of Dvorak's Slavonic Dances.

Sunday 30 . . . 2.30pm
Spring Concert
Bach's Gamba Sonatas
Diana Weston (Harpsichord) &
Shaun Ng (Viola da gamba)

Complex, intricate and infinitely varied, Bach’s sonatas for viola da gamba and harpsichord are less familiar to most than the solo cello suites, but just as fascinating. The three sonatas are presented with two relatively recently re-discovered sonatas by his youngest son Johann Christian Bach. These lovely lyrical works demonstrate the vast difference that a generation brings. With Shaun Ng (viola da gamba) and Diana Weston (harpsichord).
Contact: Diana Weston M; 0411 375 821
Tickets: $35/$25
James Flores at the console of the organ in
St Matthew's Church, Albury