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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 exceptionally talented vocalists, instrumental soloists and ensembles.

The Combined Recorder repertoire includes Edvard Grieg’s Norwegian Dance, No 2 and 3; Different Worlds by Jes Hudak and George Krikes, and an arrangement with the Combined String Ensemble of Handel Highlights by Tracy Burjan and Susan Sukkar.

The Combined String repertoire also includes Susan H Day’s Tango D’Amour and Crossing Pirates’ Cove by Deborah Baker Monday.

This Festival will also feature the NSW Public Schools State Wind Bands, Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Orchestra.

 

 

The Acacia Concert

Sunday 20 May, 7pm

The Banksia Concert

Monday 21 May, 7pm

The Jacaranda Concert

Sunday 17 June, 7pm

The Mimosa Concert

Monday 18 June, 7pm

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