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Our Events Calendar for the 2nd half of 2016 has some wonderful workshops, recitals, festivals and ensemble concerts. Your copy awaits you here.

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  • Inspiring Artistry

    Events Calendar 2016 Pt 2

    CENTRALCOAST

    CONSERVATORIUM

  • Welcome to the Central Coast Conservatoriums 2016 Concert Season Two. Again, I am delighted that the Conservatorium will present yet another wonderfully varied program of genres, classical through to contemporary, in the second half of this year. Season Two boasts many exciting concerts including a number of major events such as the return of the Crossroads Festival now presented by Charmian Gadd

    & Friends and the annual Australian/New Zealand Viola Festival run by the Australian New Zealand Viola Society in association with the Central Coast Conservatorium. These two events will be of great interest for classical music lovers on the Coast and will feature wonderful collaborations of international, national and local artists at the Conservatorium and its associated venues. The festivals will draw audiences nationally and from overseas so I would urge you to book early for these events so you will not be disappointed. This year we have also included affiliated community ensembles in our concert calendars, making the calendars truly comprehensive with regard to programming of the performing arts scene on the Central Coast. This is incredibly important and will hopefully garner even greater support for community driven inspiration and artistry. Season Two certainly has something for everyone and our focus on featuring international, national and local artists as well as our student population, the artists of the future, remains of paramount importance. It gives me great pleasure to invite you, your family and friends to the Conservatorium and its associated venues throughout the coming months to partake in these wonderful performances. Again, I encourage you to challenge your musical palate by watching concerts outside your comfort zone. Variety is the spice of life, and music truly is an aural feast. I hope you experience as much delight in these concerts as I will.

    A MESSAGE FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

    Front Cover Image Lucy Bell

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    CENTRAL COAST CONSERVATORIUM PRESENTS

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    CENTRAL COAST CONSERVATORIUM PRESENTS

    TIME: 7.30pmVENUE: Robert Knox Hall, CCC

    45 Mann St, GosfordCOST: Adult $35, Senior $30,

    Conc $25, Children $15PHONE: 4324 7477

    FRIDAY AUGUST 5TH

    Steve Smillie (Guitar) Danni Kelleher (Vocals)

    Kath Morrison (Trumpet) John Morrison (Drums)

    Natalie Morrison (Bass) and Bill Risby (Keys)

    A sensational lineup of musicians featuring Steve and Danni who

    perform regularly as Open Fire Duo,Dannis powerful vocals a perfect

    match for Steves guitar expertise.

    After a sell out gig with Danni, Kath and John Morrison in 2015, Steve brings Natalie in on Bass and adds classically trained pianist and jazz

    circuit regular Bill Risby.Together they will perform songs

    from Steve & Kaths instrumental album Deeper Shade of Blue, some

    classic blues/jazz standards and some original material.

    Definitely one for fans oflive music.

    Smillie and Friends

  • CENTRAL COAST CHORALE & CHAMBER ORCHESTRA PRESENTS

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    CENTRAL COAST CONSERVATORIUM PRESENTS CENTRAL COAST CHORALE & CHAMBER ORCHESTRA PRESENTS

    Virtuosic clarinet and saxophonist

    MARK WALTON combines with one

    of Australias leading accompanists

    LILLI NAULU in a concept show which

    promises to take the audience on an exciting and fun journey

    around the world featuring works from

    AUSTRIA TO CUBA FRANCE TO ISRAEL

    with works by MOzART and some ORIGINAL PIECES

    by WALTON. Be prepared to be entertained

    and educated in this whirlwind trip featuring

    two exceptional musicians, with guest appearances from

    Conservatorium TEACHING STAFF AND

    STUDENTS

    TIME: 4pm (Workshop); 7pm (Concert)VENUE: Robert Knox Hall, Conservatorium 45 Mann St, GosfordTIX: Adult $35, Senior $30, Conc $25, Child $15. Workshop observers welcome on the day from 4pm @ $20 each.PHONE: 4324 7477

    SATURDAY AUGUST 13TH

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    CENTRAL COAST CONSERVATORIUM PRESENTS

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    CENTRAL COAST PHILHARMONIA CHOIR PRESENTS

    TIME: 2.30pmVENUE: The Art House, Cnr Margaret St & Anzac Ave, WyongCOST: Adult $30, Conc $27, Child/Student $10PHONE: 4335 1485 (The Art House) www.thearthousewyong.com.au

    MASSIVEMASSive @ The Art House

    An enchanting afternoon of

    contemporary choral & orchestral musicfeaturing

    Central Coast Philharmonia Choir Central Coast Youth Orchestra,

    The Choir of St Josephs Catholic College& Central Coast Childrens Choir

    SUNDAY AUGUST 14TH

    Supported by

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    CENTRAL COAST CONSERVATORIUM PRESENTS

    SUNDAY AUGUST 14TH

    An Enchanted Evening

    Friday 19 August 7.30pmSaturday 20 August 2.30pm

    longs, talented guest performances and melodrama!! Fun for the whole family.

    Last year Lady Silver Whingers, the last of the Whingers in Pearl Beach, died. Her illegitimate daughter has emerged claiming the inheritance

    Tickets $20 (under 15 $10)

    BOOKINGS & ENQUIRIES: 4341 4040/4341 8489

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    CHARMIAN GADD & FRIENDS AND CC CONSERVATORIUM PRESENT

    SAT-SUN AUGUST 20TH-21ST

    CROSSROADSFE STI VAL ofC H AM BERM U S I C

    TICKETS: FULL SUBSCRIPTION (all 4 Greenway concerts) $120 with Sunday lunch or $105 without Sunday lunch.PER CONCERT at GREENWAY: $35 Adults; $15 Child; Conservatorium students FREE (bookings essential)BRENTWOOD CONCERT # 2 - Tickets $15 each

    PHONE 4324 7477

    Join Charmian Gadd & Friends on a QUEST FOR THE BEST.

    What makes Chamber music the best of the best? Because many of the best composers wrote their best music for chamber ensemble.

    Crossroads Festival of Chamber Music returns, this year featuring young players from Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Australian Opera. We are also delighted to welcome back Erin Helyard, our proudly local international harpsichord virtuoso, as well as the Concertante Ensemble with Karina Hollands, Charmian Gadd and Friends, and soprano Angela Brewer.

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    CONCERT 1: BEST OF BAROQUESat August 20 @ 11.00am - Greenway Memorial Chapel, 460 Avoca Dv, Green PtA beautiful Baroque program of Bach and Purcell with Angela Brewer (Soprano), Erin Helyard (Harpsichord) & Karina Hollands (Violin).

    CONCERT 2: CELEBRATING YOUTH & MUSICSat August 20 @ 2.00pm - Brentwood Village 1 Scaysbrook Ave, KincumberSome of Australias most exciting and promising young musicians in solo and chamber music repertoire.

    CONCERT 3: THE BEST OF BRAHMSSat August 20 @ 7.00pm - Greenway ChapelFeaturing Brahms great B flat Sextet with Jun Yi Ma & Tony Gault (Violins), Tobias Brieder & Elizabeth Woolnough (Violas), and Hyung Suk Bae and Chris Pidcock (Celli). Angela Brewer, Peter Jenkin and Phillip Shovk (Piano) will then present The Shepherd on the Rock by Schubert. After the interval enjoy the Brahms Horn Trio with Robert Johnson (French Horn) joining Charmian Gadd (Violin) and Phillip Shovk (Piano) for this extraordinary masterpiece.

    CONCERT 4: THE BEST OF MOzARTSun August 21 @ 11.00am - Greenway ChapelA two viola quintet and a clarinet quintet, plus some surprises to be announced!

    CONCERT 5: BEST OF HAYDNSunday August 21 @ 2.30pm - Greenway Chapel. A concert featuring Concertante Ensemble with Erin Helyard and Karina Hollands followed by Chris Pidcock and Robert Johnson performing two wonderful Haydn concerti.

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    n Fri 2 Sept 7.30pm at Mosman Art Gallery, Sydneyn Sat 3 Sept 7.30pm at Greenway Chapel, Green Pointn Sun 4 Sept 2pm at Brentwood Auditorium, Kincumber

    COnCERt 3 24 SEpt 2016

    Image: Violin and grapes by Pablo Picasso

    tickets from eventbrite.com.au or phone 0423 586 175Early Bird / Conc: $35 Adult: $40 Student: $15 Children under 12: Free

    Concertante Ensemble 2016 Annual Subscription Series

    Guest Leader Madeleine Easton. The sublime Mendelssohn octet and Sinfonia 9 in C, Grave-Allegro, and Schubert String Quartet in Eb Major arranged for octet.

    EiGHt IS EnOUGH

  • Catering for Primary School aged string players! Students will learn exciting new repertoire to perform in a concert for friends

    and family at 1:00pm in the Robert Knox Hall. Phone the Conservatorium for more details or go to the website to register.

    REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL Venue: Central Coast Conservatorium, 45 Mann St, Gosford

    COST: $35/student ENQUIRIES: 4324 7477

    CENTRAL COAST CONSERVATORIUM STRINGS DEPT PRESENTS

    Mini String Fest

    Celebrating Junior String Players

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