Sacred Spaces Fine Music Concert Series 2019 presents:
Newcastle Wind Orchestra
- a Family Concert
in the Sisters' Chapel at Sacred Spaces at the Sisters of Mercy Convent
Singleton, Hunter Valley
Saturday August 10, 2019 at 2pm
A performance of 'The Pied Piper of Hamelin' and 'The Loaded Dog’ by the Newcastle Wind Orchestra, conducted by Mr Ian Cook. The works will be narrated by Ghillian Sullivan and Newcastle playwright Carl Caulfield.
A program for young and old! Kids may come dressed as their favourite mouse!
Enjoy our country hospitality at a delicious Convent-made afternoon tea.
Part of the 2019 Newcastle Music Festival.
The Sisters' Chapel at Sacred Spaces at the Sisters of Mercy Convent
30 Queen Street
Singleton, NSW 2330
In Australia's famous Hunter Valley
We are only 1 hour west of Newcastle, and under 2 hours from Sydney (Hornsby)
$25 adult; $10 school student; $5 pre-schoolers; $60 family (2 adults and 2 children)
Online tickets close at 11am Saturday 10th, but tickets will still be available at the door from 1.30pm!
Please click through this site to purchase a ticket on-line, which will guarantee you a seat at the concert.
Doors open at 1.30pm so that you can choose your preferred seat.
There will also be unreserved tickets available from this time.
Young kids can sit down the front to be close to the action - BYO cushion for them to sit on the tiled floor; some cushions will be supplied...
Kids! Come dressed as your favourite mouse - you never know where the Pied Piper might lead you!!
Sacred Spaces Office
02 6572 2398 (open Mon to Thurs)
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