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Festival of Instrumental Music


Festival Of Instrumental Music

The Festival of Instrumental Music features musically diverse performances from more than 1000 public school students in Combined Recorders and String Ensembles, supported by individual items from talented vocalists, instrumental soloists and ensembles. The Combined Recorder repertoire includes Simple Gifts, a traditional Shaker song in a new arrangement by Tracy Burjan and Susan Sukkar; Three Brothers specially commissioned from Australian composer Alex Cronin; and a new light hearted jazz work, to be performed with the Combined Strings, Bluz for Suz by Australian composer Andrew Robertson. The string repertoire includes Vortex by Robert Longfield; Adagietto by Hans Scheepers and Danza Hellenica by Loreta Fin. This Festival will also feature the NSW Public Schools Wind Bands, Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Orchestra. 



The Acacia Concert

Monday 29 July, 7pm

The Banksia Concert

Tuesday 30 July, 7pm

The Jacaranda Concert

Wednesday 31 July, 7pm

The Mimosa Concert

Thursday 1 August, 7pm

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