AN ENCHANTED EVENING with everything from the light classics to the lightly classical.
Talented musicians from throughout the region will be gathering to perform for you. On Saturday evening, 24 May, you will have the opportunity to have a sumptuous dinner and a concert in the one evening. This double event will be held at St Andrew’s Anglican Church, Zadoc St, Lismore.
Dinner in the specially decorated Parish Hall will be at 6.00 for 6.30, followed by a concert, at 8.00pm in the recently storm damaged, but now mostly repaired, Church.
A really delicious meal will be followed by a recital that will feature some of the region’s best known performers. Stephanie Higgs, violinist, gained her Performance Diploma at the renowned Canberra School of Music. She was twice selected to play with the Australian Youth Orchestra and subsequently was appointed Leader of the Darwin Symphony Orchestra. She will be playing some virtuosic works by Kriesler and Viotti. She will also be performing as part of the Cape Byron String Quartet.
Margaret Curtis is a relative and most welcome newcomer to the region, a talented pianist and harpist, she has studied harp under the guidance of Louise Johnson, principal harpist of the SSO.
Spiritsong, a local choir under the directorship of Warren Whitney, will be performing a bracket of songs. This choir has gone from strength to strength and recently sang on 4MBSFM, a Brisbane – based classical music radio station.
Tickets are available from Dymocks, Molesworth St and the St Andrew’s Ministry Centre, 17 Keen St Lismore. Dinner and concert, $30.00. Concert only tickets will also be available at a cost of $10.00. The concert will start at 8.00pm.