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Concert in Memory of
The next concert at the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, 16 Fitzroy St Kirribilli, will be at 5pm on the first Sunday of August ie 7 August 2005.
This is a concert to celebrate the memory of MIRIAM HYDE, the well-known Australian composer who died recently. All works will be by her.
Sonata in G Minor for Flute
and Piano (1962)
with Carolyn Thornely (flute) and Christine Edwards (piano)
My Sorrow Stirs, Lullaby, A
Song of Autumn, Dreamland
with Reena Cheng (alto) and Hugh Roberts (piano)
Fantasy Trio in B minor
with Judith Maynard (piano), Jenny Allison (violin) and Anne Stevens (cello)
Wet Night on the Highway
with Christine Edwards (piano)
Trio for Flute, Clarinet and
with Ian Butler (flute), Antony Westwood (clarinet) and John Hughes (piano)
Concert Organiser: Elizabeth Dalton
A $10 entry donation ($5 concession/seniors) is charged at the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre to raise funds for the Centre.
Wine, juice and savouries are served after the concert.
Kirribilli Concerts: Experienced chamber music players who have a group together have the opportunity to perform at Kirribilli. These concerts are held several times a year at the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre (KNC), commencing 5pm on Sunday afternoons (hence they are sometimes referred to as Sunset Concerts).
Venue: The Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre (KNC) is a heritage-listed sandstone building (more detail) at 16-18 Fitzroy St, Kirribilli near the intersection with Jeffrey St.
Car: parking may be difficult and time should be allowed to walk from the car to the KNC.
Rail: KNC is a 5-minute stroll from Milsons Point Railway Station; there is a frequent rail service from Town Hall, and a 15-minute service from the North Shore.
Ferry: Milsons Point Wharf is a short walk under Sydney Harbour Bridge to the KNC. There is a ferry every half hour which takes five minutes from Circular Quay and nine minutes from Balmain.
Volunteer to perform Members, if you have a group that would like to perform at Kirribilli, please contact the organiser (see Future concerts and use Membership Register for contact details). Don't feel inhibited by lack of time to prepare the whole of a multi-movement work; our audiences will be happy to hear part of a work, such as a single movement!
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