Scottish And Irish Baroque From The Sydney Consort
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Scottish And Irish Baroque From The Sydney Consort

The Sydney Consort presents a concert of Scottish & Irish Baroque classical music and folk tunes. In the 18th century Scotland, the traditional instrument, the bagpipe gradually faded from centre stage and gave its place to the violin. The instrumental challenge of two fiddles in combination with the voice was typical for both Scottish and Irish…

Sydney Consort Showcases Telemann And Handel
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Sydney Consort Showcases Telemann And Handel

The Sydney Consort’s programme Musical Friends is a reunion of composer colleagues and friends. The concert features the two most predominant musical figures of the eighteenth century – contemporaries Telemann and Handel and showcases their association and friendship. The Sydney Consort comprising Stan w Kornel playing baroque violin & viola d’amore with Monika Kornel at the harpsichord,…

Syd U Graduate Chamber Choir Presents Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle  In Its Original Version
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Syd U Graduate Chamber Choir Presents Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle In Its Original Version

The Sydney University Graduate Chamber Choir is proud to present a performance of Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle – or Little Solemn Mass – in its original form, accompanied by two pianos played by Antonio Fernandez and Noah Pere and reed organ played by Monika Kornel. The ensemble will be led by its distinguished director, Christopher Bowen…