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Wesley Music Centre - Music Event Calendar

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Wesley Music Centre Calendar

  • Wednesday 31 May 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Delightful guitar duo Andrew Blanch & Ariel Nurhadi...

    Wednesday 31 May 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Delightful guitar duo Andrew Blanch &Ariel Nurhadi, performing works by Debussy, Phillip Houghton, Peter Madlem, the Beatles, Manuel de Falla and Celso Machado. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Saturday 3 June 1pm-8pm AND Sunday 4 June 1pm-5pm 2017 Canberra String Festival An AUSTA ACT event presented in partnership with the Wesley Music Foundation

    Saturday 3 June 1pm-8pm 2017 Canberra String Festival An AUSTA ACT event presented in partnership with the Wesley Music Foundation. Members of the public are very welcome to attend the Festival.  Program payment/donation at the door is requested. Programme:         Section 102 Non-competitive (School) Years 2 and under Section 103 Non-competitive (School) Years 3-4 Section 105 Non-competitive (School) Years 5-6 Section 107 Non-competitive (School) Years 7-12 BREAK Section 501 Year 6 & under Competitive Concerto movement Section 502 School Years 7-12 Competitive Concerto movement Sunday 4 June 1pm-5pm 2017 Canberra String Festival Programme:         Section 203 Competitive AMEB Grade 3 Section 204 Competitive AMEB Grade 4 Section 205 Competitive AMEB Grade 5 Section 206 Competitive AMEB Grade 6 Section 207 Competitive AMEB Grade 7 Section 208 Competitive AMEB Grade 8 and up This year we have secured the services of an eminent Sydney-based violist and experienced strings adjudicator, Mr Robert Harris.  Robert is a regular member of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra, and in 2017 is adjudicator for the Armidale and St George Eisteddfods and the Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic's NSW Secondary Schools Concerto Competition. Entries and Enquiries at www.canberrastringfestival.com/

  • Sunday 4 June 4pm-6pm - The ANU Choral Society (SCUNA) will be performing Haydns' Creation in the Wesley Church, conducted by Leonard Weiss..

    Sunday 4 June 4-6pm - The ANU Choral Society (SCUNA) will be performing Haydns' Creation in the Wesley Church, conducted by Leonard Weiss with soloists Rachael Duncan (soprano), Charles Hudson (tenor) & David Greco (baritone). Bookings @ www.trybooking.com/OOZN A$30; C $25; f/t student $25; child U/12 $15. Enquiries: Lola McKinnon puboff@scuna.org.au

  • Wednesday 7 June 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Chopin & Yoshimatsu. Award-winning pianist Aaron Chew performing Chopin’s Sonata No.2 in B flat minor and works by Japanese composerTakashi Yoshimatsu

    Wednesday 7 June 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Chopin & Yoshimatsu. Award-winning pianist Aaron Chew performing Chopin’s Sonata No.2 in B flat minor and works by Japanese composer Takashi Yoshimatsu. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 14 June 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”

    Wednesday 14 June 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. TBA. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Thursday 15 June 7pm "Duo Blockstix"

    Thursday 15 June 7pm "Duo Blockstix". To celebrate the release of their debut album, Duo Blockstix will be performing works for recorder and percussion by Australian composers, including works by Mark Oliveiro, Paul Cutlan, Daniel Rojas, Tim Hansen and Peter McNamara. Tickets www.trybooking.com/PBUN or at the door. A$40; C$30; f/t student $25, child $20, family (2 Adults, 2 children) $100.

  • Sunday 18 June 3pm.This collaboration from two of Australia’s finest classical musicians, Slava & Sharon Grigoryan, combines their formidable talents to present a concert for guitar and cello

    Sunday 18 June 3pm.This collaboration from two of Australia’s finest classical musicians, Slava & Sharon Grigoryan, combines their formidable talents to present a concert for guitar and cello with works by Vivaldi, Granados, Piazzolla and more. Tickets at https://www.trybooking.com/PURG    A $40; C $35; f/time student $20. Venue: Wesley Uniting Church

  • Wednesday 21 June 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Colin Forbes piano.

    Wednesday 21 June 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Colin Forbes piano. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 21 June 5.30pm ‘Struttin’ on the Keys’ - Sharon Robinson is having a piano concert for all her students.

    Wednesday 21 June 5.30pm ‘Struttin’ on the Keys’ - Sharon Robinson is having a piano concert for all her students. Please come along and support these beautifully talented students from all over Canberra. Entry $5.

  • Thursday 22 June 5.30pm Concert presented by students of the ACT Organ School.

    Thursday 22 June 5.30pm Concert presented by students of the ACT Organ School. Come and support these dynamic young players as they perform works from the Baroque to the 20th century. The students haveprepared their pieces with Senior Teacher, Philip Swanton of the Sydney Conservatorium.Admission free; duration approximately 1 hour. Bookings not required.  Enquiries: 6232 7248. Venue: Wesley Uniting Church

  • Friday 23 June 7pm The Song Company: Forward and Bach - Martin Luther’s Legacy

    Friday 23 June 7pm The Song Company: Forward and Bach - Martin Luther’s Legacy ...With guest artistsDaniel Yeadon (cello); Neal Peres Da Costa (organ); Tobias Cole (Countertenor); Richard Butler (tenor). Tickets: Book at www.songcompany.com.au  A$65; C$60; U/30yo $40.

  • Wednesday 28 June 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live” RMC woodwind Band

    Wednesday 28 June 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live” RMC woodwind Band. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Friday 30 June 7pm "Bach to the Bush", Anthony Albrecht (Juilliard M.M.) baroque cello, performing a selection of J.S. Bach's Suites for Solo Cello and other early repertoire.

    *Friday 30 June 7pm "Bach to the Bush", Anthony Albrecht (Juilliard M.M.) baroque cello, performing a selection of J.S. Bach's Suites for Solo Cello and other early repertoire. "Fluent and virtuosic..." The Sydney Morning Herald, 2016. Tickets available online at https://anthonyalbrecht.yapsody.com/event/index/63456 or at the door. *A$30, *C$25; f/t student $10; child U/12: free.*FoWM discount applies to these prices. Enquiries: www.anthonyalbrecht.com http://www.anthonyalbrecht.com/cv

  • Wednesday 5 July 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Canberra Men's Choir.

    Wednesday 5 July 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Canberra Men's Choir Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Saturday 8 July 3.30pm “Marcela Fiorillo Students - Piano Recital”

    Saturday 8 July 3.30pm “Marcela Fiorillo Students - Piano Recital” J.Chia, J. Zheng, D. Hongoc, N. Wang, M. Nguyen, A. Wang, Crony Zhou,J. Chia, E. Wang, F. Bian, L. Nguyen, I. Bian, D. Nguyen, I. Stening, A. Choy, S. Kan, D. Douglas-Smith, B. Cummins, C. Thompson and N. Wang, performing works by J.S.Bach, WA Mozart, L.V.Beethoven, F. Chopin, F. Mendelssohn, J. Brahms, P.I.Tchaikowsky, D. Kabalevsky, M. Ravel, A. Scriabin, S. Prokofiev and C. Guastavino. Free entrance

  • Wednesday 12 July 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Eloise Fisher: a recital of unaccompanied music for clarinet highlighting a world premiere performance of "A Day in the Life" by American composer Bretton Brown. Other composers include J.S. Bach, Bel

    Wednesday 12 July 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Eloise Fisher: a recital of unaccompanied music for clarinet highlighting a world premiere performance of "A Day in the Life" by American composer Bretton Brown.  Other composers include J.S. Bach, Bela Kovacs, and Serban Nichifor. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 19 July 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Bernice Chua, piano

    Wednesday 19 July 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Bernice Chua piano. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Saturday 22 July 7.30pm Eloise Fisher & Edward Neeman in Concert:

    Saturday 22 July 7.30pm Eloise Fisher & Edward Neeman in Concert:  Two ANU alumni who both subsequently completed their doctoral studies at the Juilliard School in New York, Fisher and Neeman reunite in Canberra with music by Jewish composers for clarinet and piano. Klezmer-inspired strains of Paul Schoenfield and the Parisian elegance of Arthur Benjamin’s Le Tombeau de Ravel are paired with sonatas by Soviet composers Julian Krein and Mieczyslaw Weinberg.  The programme also includes a world premiere by Juilliard colleague Bretton Brown.  This exciting work, What Ensor Saw, was written for Fisher and Neeman and is inspired by three of James Ensor’s artworks, one of which, in turn, was based on a poem by the Jewish poet Heinrich Heine.  The chosen repertoire celebrates the lyricism and virtuosity of both performers and will be a rare chance to see Neeman and Fisher perform together in Canberra.  Tickets: A$35; C$30; f/t student $15, child U/12 $10

  • Sunday 23 July 3pm Art Song Season of Song Concert 4: In an Elemental Mood. Sonia Anfiloff soprano, Ben Connor baritone & Alan Hicks piano.

    Sunday 23 July 3pm Art Song Season of Song Concert 4: In an Elemental Mood. Sonia Anfiloff soprano, Ben Connor baritone & Alan Hicks piano. Songs by Barber, Wolf, Fauré, and Tchaikovsky which are linked by the poetic imagery of the four natural elements Earth, Fire, Air and Water. The “fire of desire” and “Love’s ardent gale that blows to your beloved’s door” are depicted in beautiful settings by these composers. “Elemental” becomes “Sentimental” as we are taken to the 1930s with classics by Porter, Romberg, Herb Brown, Weill and Novello bringing nostalgia and scandal to the elemental theme. Admission to the concert includes a complimentary program and light refreshments. A $35; snr/pnsr, Friends of ArtSound FM, FoWM & Musica Viva subscriber $30; Art Song Canberra member $25; f/t student $15. www.artsongcanberra.org

  • Wednesday 26 July 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Robert Schmidli, piano.

    Wednesday 26 July 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Robert Schmidli, piano.Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 2 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Piano students of Elena Nikulina.

    Wednesday 2 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Piano students of Elena Nikulina. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 9 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Canberra Grammar School.

    Wednesday 9 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Canberra Grammar School. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 16 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. The Gospel Folk Choir

    Wednesday 16 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. The Gospel Folk Choir. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 30 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. RMC Brass Band...

    Wednesday 30 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. RMC Brass Band. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 23 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Larry Sitsky "The First Russian Sonata", piano

    Wednesday 23 August 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Larry Sitsky "The First Russian Sonata",piano.Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Saturday 2 September time 7.30pm "Boyd Meets Girl" Rupert Boyd, guitar & Laura Metcalf, cello...

    Saturday 2 September 7.30pm "Boyd Meets Girl" Rupert Boyd, guitar & Laura Metcalf, cello will be touring Australia to release its debut album. Don't miss their only appearance in Canberra in 2017! Works by Bach, Falla, Edwards, Zenamon, et al. Tickets: $30, $25 concession/student. Available online https://www.trybooking.com/QDMA or at the door. Enquiries: info@rupertboyd.com

  • Sunday 3 September 3pm Art Song Season of Song Concert 5: Songs Jessye’s Sung Julia Wee soprano & Lucus Allerton piano.

    Sunday 3 September 3pm Art Song Season of Song Concert 5: Songs Jessye’s Sung Julia Wee soprano & Lucus Allerton piano. Inspired by the great American soprano Jessye Norman, Julia will sing from Ms Norman’s repertoire, including African-American spirituals, Mahler and Strauss. The program is informed by Ms Norman’s 2014 autobiography ‘Stand Up Straight and Sing!’ and touches on the themes of personal journeys, freedom and liberty. Admission to the concert includes a complimentary program and light refreshments. A $35; snr/pnsr, Friends of ArtSound FM, FoWM & Musica Viva subscriber $30; Art Song Canberra member $25; f/t student $15. www.artsongcanberra.org

  • Wednesday 6 September 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Luminescence Chamber Choir

    Wednesday 6 September 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Luminescence Chamber Choir. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Saturday 9 September 2pm Masterclass for Performers of Art Song. Yvonne Kenny, patron of Art Song Canberra, will give a masterclass for singers and accompanists.

    Saturday 9 September 2pm Masterclass for Performers of Art Song. Yvonne Kenny, patron of Art Song Canberra, will give a masterclass for singers and accompanists. Audience will be very welcome. More details will be announced nearer the date. The masterclass is kindly and generously sponsored by the Wesley Music Foundation.

  • Wednesday 13 September 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”.

    Wednesday 13 September 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Performer TBA  Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation

  • Wednesday 20 September 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. ANU Open School of Music

    Wednesday 20 September 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. ANU Open School of Music. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 27 September 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Marie Cull Studio.

    Wednesday 27 September 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Marie Cull Studio Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Sunday 1 October 3pm The Sydney Consort, Concert 3: The Telemann Project

    *Sunday 1 October 3pm The Sydney Consort, Concert 3: The Telemann Project Some works of the baroque’s most notable composer, Georg Philipp Telemann are very much neglected still today.  Tonight, the ensemble performs Telemann’s works from 1734, which appear to have never enjoyed a modern edition, including works from his collection of six concertos for harpsichord, obbligato and flute, as well as Trio Suites and Sonatinas for violin and continuo.  In this concert, recorder virtuoso, Hans-Dieter, will show how such a little instrument can make a big statement.  PLEASE COME AND CELEBRATE TELEMANN’S WORKS IN THE COMPOSER’S 250 ANNIVERSARY YEAR OF HIS DEATH! Tickets at www.trybooking.com/OOLA or at the door 30 minutes before the concert. *FoWM discount applies. music@sydneyconsort.com.au

  • Wednesday 4 October 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”.

    Wednesday 4 October 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. TBA. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Friday 6 October 7.30pm 'Spirit of Scotland': Chris Duncan & Catherine Strutt in concert.

    Friday 6 October 7.30pm 'Spirit of Scotland': Chris Duncan & Catherine Strutt in concert.  Superlative fiddle and piano music by two of Australia’s finest performers of traditional Scottish musical styles.  “Will transport you to the heart of Scotland.”  Tickets: *A $30; *C $25; f/t student $15; child U/12 $15.*FoWM discount applies – from www.trybooking.com/ or at the door 30 minutes before the concert.

  • Wednesday 11 October 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Stuart Long, piano.

    Wednesday 11 October 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Stuart Long, piano. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Sunday 15 October 3pm Art Song Season of Song Concert 6: Night Songs. Jill Sullivan mezzo-soprano, Robert Harris viola & Alan Hicks piano

    Sunday 15 October 3pm Art Song Season of Song Concert 6: Night Songs. Jill Sullivan mezzo-soprano, Robert Harris viola & Alan Hicks piano. From the very earliest times, humans have looked up and gazed in wonder and awe at the night sky. This program explores the beauty and mystery of ‘Night’, its associations with sleep, rest, dreams, the world of magic and its symbolism of the world beyond. The differing attitudes to ‘Night’ across the musical ages are explored in this program of songs that spans the late eighteenth to early twentieth centuries. The audience is invited to join in the sleep of night and is then taken on a journey that begins in the early romantic Viennese world of Schubert and Brahms. As Vienna approaches the fin de siècle, the excesses of its late musical flowering contrast with the intimacy of the songs of Hugo Wolf. And so to Paris with the music of Camille Saint-Saens, Caesar Franck and Reynaldo Hahn where the audience is transported into a sound-world that depicts the sensual beauty of ‘Night’. The journey concludes in Rome in the early twentieth century with songs that derive much of their beauty from Ottorino Respighi’s admiration of composers from earlier eras. Admission to the concert includes a complimentary program and light refreshments. A $35; snr/pnsr, Friends of ArtSound FM, FoWM & Musica Viva subscriber $30; Art Song Canberra member $25; f/t student $15. www.artsongcanberra.org

  • Wednesday 18 October 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Katherine Wilkinson, cello

    Wednesday 18 October 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Katherine Wilkinson, cello.Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 25 October 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Nerida Parker, piano

     Wednesday 25 October 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Nerida Parker, piano.Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Sunday 29 October 3pm Wesley Music Scholars Spring Concert

    Sunday 29 October 3pm Wesley Music Scholars Spring Concert. Talented Wesley Scholars present beautiful music.  Tickets at the door. A$25; C$20; f/t student $10; C/ U12 free.

  • Wednesday 1 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. RMC Band,woodwinds.

    Wednesday 1 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. RMC Band,woodwinds. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 8 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Julie Watson & Rose Holcombe, trumpet and piano.

    Wednesday 8 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Julie Watson & Rose Holcombe, trumpet and piano. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Sunday 12 November 3pm Sydney Consort, Concert 4: Baroque Cuisine

    *Sunday 12 November 3pm Sydney Consort, Concert 4: Baroque Cuisine The last concert of 2017 features a selection of baroque masterpieces. The Sydney Consort welcomes back international baritone virtuoso, David Greco for this special performance. Love, desire and humour will be on show in these baroque compositions full of extraordinary musical vitality. GET READY FOR A SHOWCASE OF BAROQUE MUSICAL POETRY BY EUROPEAN MASTERS! Tickets at www.trybooking.com/OOLIor at the door 30 minutes before the concert. *FoWM discount applies. music@sydneyconsort.com.au

  • Wednesday 15 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Angela Giblin & Margaret Legge Wilkinson, voice and piano.

    Wednesday 15 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Angela Giblin & Margaret Legge Wilkinson, voice and piano. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Sunday 19 November 2.15pm. Take a musical journey Beyond Opera. A concert featuring David Reedy's voice students, well-known ACT singers, and a special guest artis

    Sunday 19 November 2.15pm. Take a musical journey Beyond Opera. A concert featuring David Reedy's voice students, well-known ACT singers, and a special guest artist (details to be advised). Music items will include popular operatic arias and duets, German Lieder and Art songs, selections from music theatre and Broadway hits. The program will conclude with an Edwardian drawing-room concert requiring audience participation. It will be an afternoon of delightful music and fun. Tickets are available on line www.trybooking.com/265948 or at door.  A$30, C$25, f/t student $15, child12 free. Enquiries: margot-reedy@grapevine.com.au or phone (02) 62491831.

  • Wednesday 22 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Mia Huang, piano

    Wednesday 22 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Mia Huang, piano.Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Sunday 26 November Art Song Season of Song Concert 7: Why did They Shut Me Out of Heaven? Susan Ellis soprano & Dianna Nixon piano.

    Sunday 26 November 3 pm Art Song Season of Song Concert 7: Why did They Shut Me Out of Heaven? Susan Ellis soprano & Dianna Nixon piano. In the nineteenth century Mary Gilmore and Emily Dickinson, two strangers from distant lands, fight to have their voices heard. Women who dreamt of creating an idyllic land, who championed for the underdog, who refused to allow themselves to fall into step with conventional piety. Women who used the power of word and song to invoke change. Admission to the concert includes a complimentary program and light refreshments. A $35; snr/pnsr, Friends of ArtSound FM, FoWM & Musica Viva subscriber $30; Art Song Canberra member $25; f/t student $15. www.artsongcanberra.org

  • Wednesday 29 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Robert Schmidli, piano.

    Wednesday 29 November 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Robert Schmidli, piano.Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Wednesday 6 December 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Wesley Music Scholars.

    Wednesday 6 December 12.40pm “Wednesday Lunchtime Live”. Wesley Music Scholars. Entry $10 (includes program and refreshments). Or donation.

  • Saturday 9 December 7pm The Song Company: Lully Lulla – Rocking The Cradle Of History...The Pageant Of The Shearmen & Tailors ...

    Saturday 9 December 7pm The Song Company: Lully Lulla – Rocking The Cradle Of History...The Pageant Of The Shearmen & Tailors ...it’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. A program set within the narrative framework of mediaeval English verse, with seasonal music old and new that touches both on the joy of a young mother giving birth to the King of the Ages, and on the hard-hitting realities of exile, refugee status, and the ‘slaughter of the innocents’.  The ‘Coventry Carol’ Lully, lulla is one of three songs (transcribed, arranged, or composed by Thomas Mawdycke in 1591) from the Shearmen and Tailors’ Pageant and is justly famous for its chillingly evocative tale of Herod’s rage.  Woven into The Song Company’s telling of the story are new Australian and English carols, as well as a Gloria in excelsis from the first part of the 15th century with upbeat syncopations and happy harmonies that could have been written yesterday. Program includes Australian folksong coll. Sally Sloane (arr.)  Christ was born in Bethlehem  Anonymous (15th century) Alleluya – a nywe werke Basque carol (arr.) The Angel Gabriel William Byrd (arr.) A Carowle for Christmas Day (An Earthly Tree A Heavenly Fruit)William Byrd This day Christ was born Anna Fraser: soprano. Tickets: Book at www.songcompany.com.au  A$65; C$60; U/30yo $40. Wesley Uniting Church

  • Sunday 10 December 2.30pm "Chamber Music Festival"

    Sunday 10 December 2.30pm "Chamber Music Festival" Enjoy an afternoon of beautiful chamber music performed by pianists from ACT Suzuki Piano & string players from Canberra Symphony Orchestra & Limestone Consort. Tickets are available at www.eventbrite.com.au/e/chamber-music-festival-tickets-31576952515 or at the door. A$20, child U/12: free. Enquiries: actsuzukipiano@gmail.com 

(*) Friends of Wesley Music Concession event giving a $5 discount off ticket prices.  If you wish to join our email distribution list please click here. A form to join the 'Friends of Wesley Music' is available on the website. 'Friends of Wesley Music' is an activity of the Wesley Music Foundation, a charity which finances and operates the Wesley Music Centre. The WMF can receive tax deductible donations of $2 or more and welcomes bequests to ensure the long-term future of its programs to promote music and music education throughout the community. Our concerts are often recorded by ArtSound FM (www.artsound.com.au). Always check the latest calendar or our website (wesleycanberra.org.au/music) for any changes in performance details, dates and times.