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Chamber Music Concert
Owing to renovations at the Kirribilli Neigbourhood Centre, the next concert will NOT be at 5pm at the Centre. It will be at 3pm at the Ron Lander Center at the Waverley Library, on the corner of Denison and Ebley Streets, Bondi Junction on the first Sunday of November ie 6 November 2005.
Program at the Waverley Library
Arranged by Quinto Magnanini
Petrina Slaytor (bassoon), Judith Maynard (piano), Martin Cohen (flute)
POULENC Sonata for
Presto très rhythme, Tres lent, Vite avec joiee
Stephanie Whitmont (Bb clarinet) and Bob Gibberd (A clarinet)
Sonata in A
D664 (1819) - first movement: Allegro moderato
Nick Stokes (piano)
Duetto Concertato on
Themes from Verdi
Arranged by P. Morlacchi and A. Torriani
Petrina Slaytor (bassoon), Judith Maynard (piano) and Martin Cohen (flute)
in D minor
No2, Op114 - Presto, Andante, Allegretto grazioso
Stephanie Whitmont and Bob Gibberd (clarinets), Margaret Drake (piano)
BIZET Petite Suite
arranged for wind quintet by David Stanhope - world première of this arrangment
Marche, Berceuse, Impromptu, Duo, Galop
Cathy Fraser (flute), Caroline Fargher (oboe), Stephanie Whitmont (clarinet),
Paula Phillips (horn), Petrina Slaytor (bassoon)
Concert Organiser: Stephanie Whitmont
The ACMS will charge $10 entry ($5 concession/seniors) and
provides refreshments after the concert.
ACMS Concerts: Experienced chamber music players who have a group together have the opportunity to perform. These concerts are held several times a year on Sunday afternoons (hence they are sometimes referred to as Sunset Concerts).
Venue: The venue is the Ron Lander Center at the Waverley Library, 32-48 Denison Street on the corner of Ebley, Bondi Junction. Click here for details, and here (doc) or here (html) for map with travel hints.
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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