‘ DOG TALES ‘ is a show for children set around the piano duets of Ann Carr-Boyd, all about the adventures of a small black poodle who loves to travel and have lots of fun ‘
Percy is appearing in person at his very own show in the Dougherty Community Centre in Chatswood on April 1st, 2023 and in the Berrima Village Hall on April 15th, 2023.’
A kid’s show where you can make friends with the cutest little dog ever as he learns about life in the big wide world
Live in the moment with Percy the little black dog as he explores his environment, tests the unknown and meets some friendly, and not so friendly, folks along the way. He’s not so different from little humans. He learns that the world is a confusing place – sometimes to be brave is to confront your own fear, other times caution is the better way, that it’s nice to help people, and much else. And of course, he loves playing with his toys, running around and just being Percy. Join in with Percy and share the joy.
Show runs for 35 minutes. Suitable for ages 2 – 6
April 15 at 1 pm and 3 pm.
Berrima Village Hall, Argyle Street, Berrima
Bookings for Berrima: E. email@example.com
Enquiries: 0411 375 821
Today at 1.15pm
Midweek Lunctime Recital
Alyson Broadfoot ( cello ) and Debbie Angus and Ann Carr-Boyd ( piano )
present a program of romantic and tuneful music for cello and piano.
Alyson, Debbie and Ann are three musicians living in the Southern Highlands. They enjoy the sheer pleasure of getting together to play music.
Dreaming . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Sicilienne . . . Mari Theresia von Paradis
Variations on a Rococo Theme . . . Tschaikowsky
Very slow Jazz . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Lullaby . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
Andante Cantabile Op11 . . . Tschaikowsky
Languido . . . Helen Morris
( Piano duet and cello )
National Braille Music Camp Concert
Friday 30 September 7.30pm
Clubbe Hall Frensham
Sunday 2 October at 3.30pm
Wednesday 5 October at 1.15pm
Emerging Artists Concert
Wednesday 5 October at 1.15pm
Sunday 9 October at 4.00pm
St Jude’s Chamber Choir
Service Setting: Darke in F
Communion Motet: A Clare Benediction . . . John Rutter
Wednesday 19 October at 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Concert
Brett McKern (Organ)
Sunday 23October at 3.30pm
John Corley (trumpet)
Sunday 30 October at 4.00pm
Excerpts from “Messiah” (Handel)
St Jude’s Singers and Friends and
The Highlands Sinfonia
A reminder to all about our concert in Sydney coming up very soon. We are revelling in this music which is fresh and very Australian and hope you can join us in a musical tour of iconic places
Come on a musical tour with us to some remote places. We visit magical Lake Argyle in the Kimberleys of Western Australia in ‘Moonrise over Lake Argyle’, dance a solitary tango in the Outback town of Broken Hill in ‘The Royal Exchange’, holiday in the Mediterranean in ‘Six Greek Dances’ and much else in music that soars with melody.
Hear Remote Places through the eyes, ears and imagination of some of our most revered composers – Ross Edwards, Andrew Ford, Diana Blom, Ann Carr-Boyd and Philip Bolliger.
Lucy Cormack (cello), Angus Ryan (cello), Mary Sambell (piano), Diana Weston (harpsichord, piano)
Hester Wilson (voice)
Mosman Art Gallery, Art Gallery Way, Mosman
October 1 at 3 pm
Tickets $35/$30 at the door, cards accepted
0411 375 821
Carmel Vowles – Feedback from the conceert
Thankyou for the opportunity to be a part of this beautiful concert … and to have the composer in our midst was lovely gift.
It was wonderful to see so many people attending and such an enthusiastic response to the beautiful compositions and artists performing. … really wonderful.
Having this gift also offered the opportunity to offer a ticket to a person whose husband has died recently and since has moved into this area. To BE in a beautiful space and her now enthusiasm and keenness to attend more concerts has planted a germinating ‘seed’.
Thankyou for benefiting the community through your publications for soulful and uplifting opportunities and experiences and especially for this gift today.
It is with immense sadness we mourn the passing of the superb Australian soprano, Taryn Fiebig
Those of us who were lucky enough to hear Taryn perform with Acacia Quartet at the June 2019 Bowral Autumn Music Festival Fundraiser were enthralled by her sensational talent, her beautiful nature and her incredible ability to engage the audience with the music.
Taryn’s amazing skill as a music educator was an absolute joy to behold as she encouraged, extended and inspired the local students who were so very fortunate to be able to participate in the BAMF 2020 Voice Masterclass.
Taryn’s generous spirit made an indelible imprint upon all who were part of her extraordinary journey. We send our sincere condolences to Jud Arthur and family as we grieve this immeasurable loss.
Artistic Director, Myee Clohessy and the Bowral Autumn Music Festival Committee.
Please be advised that Concerts 3 and 6 below will feature the splendid lyric soprano Amy Moore together with Acacia Quartet.
Amy Moore sings Five Songs by Peggy Glanville-Hicks arranged for the Acacia Quartet by Ann Carr-Boyd.