The 29th Annual
Friday 2nd to Sunday 18th November 2018

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

The 29th Annual Glebe Music Festival

Friday 2nd to Sunday 18th November 2018

In conjunction with the Glebe Society and supported by the City of Sydney

Artistic Director Dr E. David G. McIntosh AM AMusA

 

Concert 1: Friday 2nd November at 7pm,
Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe:

By popular demand, singer Anna Salleh and guitarist Guy Strazz
This fast-emerging and synergetic duo will uplift and enchant - with classics such as Berimbau and Chega de Saudade, 19th Century Rio chorinho, beautiful samba and bossa nova ballads, as well as virtuosic instrumentals and lovingly crafted originals. Guy is an award-winning guitarist, composer and recording artist, who is well known for his albums and collaborations with artists as diverse as Slava Grigoryan, Ashok Roy, and Vince Jones. Anna performs both nationally and internationally, and has achieved great acclaim for her show ‘Gorgeous Songs from Brazil & Beyond’, which features some of Australia's best jazz and world musicians.
Tickets $10 includes food/drinks.

Concert 2: Sunday 4th November at 3-30pm,
Great Hall, University of Sydney
:
Amy Johansen (University Organistand Carillonist) and Thomas Crome (alphorn).
Preceded by carillon in the quadrangle at 2pm,
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optional tour of the carillon at 2-45pm and afternoon tea in the ante-room at 3pm. Free entry.

Concert 3: Friday 9th November at 7pm,
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John’s Rd, Glebe:

Deborah de Graaff (clarinet), Thomas Crome (horn), Tony Wheeler (clarinet), Tonya Lemoh (piano). Programme includes the Trio for clarinet, horn and piano (1900) by Gustav Jenner, Schumann Fantasy piece and Romance, Mendelssohn concert piece for two clarinets, Schumann Adagio and Allegro for horn and piano.
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Tickets $20/$10.

Concert 4: Saturday 10th November at 3pm,
Glebe Town Hall:

The Convict's Daughter- Songs of Australia The "Ballad of the Convict’s Daughter" is a song by Horace Keats to a poem by Corporal Sheila Sibley. The convict’s daughter represents Australia for whom the singer’s lover gave his life in war. It is in a segment of three pieces about war, to mark Armistice Day on Sunday 11th November. The other two pieces in this segment are: "Anzac Threnody" by Miriam Hyde, and a world premier performance of "Moons as Big as Mountains" by Brennan Keats - composed to words from letters from his brother Russel, who wrote them from HMAS Canberra and who lost his life when she was sunk. Brennan Keats is hoping to attend the concert. The remainder of the programme is music by Australian composers to texts by (mostly) Australian poets. The songs are representative of music of Australia - the convict’s daughter.
Judith Rough (soprano) and John Martin (piano).
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Tickets $20/$10.

Concert 5: Friday 16th November at 7pm,
Gleebooks:

Alchemy: Guitar Duets from around the World. Ariel Nurhadi and Andrew Blanch (guitars).
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Tickets $10 includes food/drinks.

Concert 6: Saturday 17th November at 7pm,
Glebe Town Hall:

“Janitsch and the Musical Academy”. Austral Harmony (Jane Downer, Artistic Director).
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Tickets $20/$10.

Concert 7: Sunday 18th November at 3pm,
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John’s Rd, Glebe:

Music for St Cecilia’s Day. Josie and the Emeralds Josie Ryan (soprano), Brooke Green (director and treble viol).
Tickets $35/$25.

 

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