Bowral Autumn Music Festival 2020

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The Bowral Autumn Music Festival is now generally regarded as one of the highlights in the musical calendar of the Southern Highlands. This annual festival of chamber music attracts leading Australian and international chamber musicians delighted to perform in the unique ambiance of the historic Church of St Simon and St Jude. With its mixture of classical as well as contemporary Australian chamber music we can guarantee an exciting three days, with something for every chamber music lover!
Friday, 27th to Sunday 29th March 2020

Location

St Jude's Church
38 Bendooley St, Bowral, NSW 2576

Contact Details

Map

Sessions

Sessions Description Status
Festival Pass Includes all 9 concerts with reserved seating for each concert (for Auditorium concerts rear seats will be moved sideways) Open
Friday 27 March 2020 1:00 PM Concert 1 : Virtuoso percussionist Claire Edwardes on Marimba, Vibraphone and Waterphone and the Festival Opening Reception Open
Friday 27 March 2020 4:00 PM Concert 2 : Emerging Artists – oboist Mikaela Sukkar and organist Hamish Wagstaff Open
Friday 27 March 2020 7:00 PM Concert 3 : Aura Go pianist and Acacia Quartet (includes interval refreshments) Open
Saturday 28 March 2020 10:30 AM Concert 4 : Organ Recital with International Soloist David Reccia Chynoweth Open
Saturday 28 March 2020 1:00 PM Concert 5 : Ensemble Offspring and Katia Molino – a special concert for children and the young at heart! Open
Saturday 28 March 2020 3:00 PM Concert 6 : ‘Nordic Jewels’ Piano Recital by Aura Go Open
Saturday 28 March 2020 6:00 PM Concert 7 : Taryn Fiebig, Opera Australia Soprano with Acacia Quartet (includes interval refreshments) Open
Sunday 29 March 2020 12:30 PM Concert 8 : 'Bel a cappella' directed by Anthony Pasquill with organist Hamish Wagstaff Open
Sunday 29 March 2020 1:30 PM Sunday Luncheon Open
Sunday 29 March 2020 3:30 PM Concert 9 : Highlands Music Collective with clarinetist Alexandra Donaldson and The Roma Strings Open
Festival Pass
Includes all 9 concerts with reserved seating for each concert (for Auditorium concerts rear seats will be moved sideways)
Open
Friday 27 March 2020 1:00 PM
Concert 1 : Virtuoso percussionist Claire Edwardes on Marimba, Vibraphone and Waterphone and the Festival Opening Reception
Open
Friday 27 March 2020 4:00 PM
Concert 2 : Emerging Artists – oboist Mikaela Sukkar and organist Hamish Wagstaff
Open
Friday 27 March 2020 7:00 PM
Concert 3 : Aura Go pianist and Acacia Quartet (includes interval refreshments)
Open
Saturday 28 March 2020 10:30 AM
Concert 4 : Organ Recital with International Soloist David Reccia Chynoweth
Open
Saturday 28 March 2020 1:00 PM
Concert 5 : Ensemble Offspring and Katia Molino – a special concert for children and the young at heart!
Open
Saturday 28 March 2020 3:00 PM
Concert 6 : ‘Nordic Jewels’ Piano Recital by Aura Go
Open
Saturday 28 March 2020 6:00 PM
Concert 7 : Taryn Fiebig, Opera Australia Soprano with Acacia Quartet (includes interval refreshments)
Open
Sunday 29 March 2020 12:30 PM
Concert 8 : 'Bel a cappella' directed by Anthony Pasquill with organist Hamish Wagstaff
Open
Sunday 29 March 2020 1:30 PM
Sunday Luncheon
Open
Sunday 29 March 2020 3:30 PM
Concert 9 : Highlands Music Collective with clarinetist Alexandra Donaldson and The Roma Strings
Open