The Amateur Chamber Music Society is a collegiate that includes some of Sydney’s most experienced and able non-professional ensemble players. They get together to showcase their talents in a concert in mid-October with the Cantato Strings performing Haydn’s Trio in C, Hob XV:27, Mozart’s Piano Quartet No 1 in G Minor, KV 478, the Hak trio playing Dvorak’s Piano Trio No4 (Dumky), Charles Koechlin’s Trio and Papillions by Kris Spike, Sydney based composer, pianist and sustainability advocate.
The troupe of 15 includes musicians and music teachers, academics, and engineer and and medics.
Papillons by Kris Spike
Cathy Fraser (flute) Lindsay Wanstall (clarinet) Kris Spike (piano)
Trio in C HOB XV:27 by Joseph Haydn
Regula Scheidegger (violin) Jane Smith (cello) Ji-Hyun Kim (piano)
Piano Quartet No. 1 in G Minor KV 478 by Wolfgang Mozart
Tracey Tsang (violin) Gabriella Jackson (viola) George Hobbs (cello) Benjamin Chan (piano)
Trio by Charles Koechlin
Cathy Wainwright (flute) Andrew Kennedy (clarinet) Petrina Slaytor (bassoon)
Piano Trio No. 4 (Dumky) by Antonin Dvorak
Cameron Hough (Violin) Benjamin Avanzi (cello) Ji-Hyun Kim (piano)
Book 5 or more tickets on-line by 30th Sept for a discount:
Members can use the promotion code ACMS2012 to purchase 5 tickets or more at $20 on-line until 30th September.
Tickets: Adult: $30 Concession: $26 Student: $22
Book at http://theindependent.org.au/ticket_store/sa_performance/100528013 (No booking fee)
or call 1300 302 604 (Booking fee may apply)