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Baroque with a Twist

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Come along and enjoy an afternoon of beautiful music

Celebrate spring with a delightful concert of beautiful music followed by a delicious afternoon tea!

Formed in 1978, Concordia Mandolin and Guitar Ensemble is an accomplished orchestra featuring 20 talented members who play mandolins, mandolas, guitars, double bass and piano accordion.

On Sunday 29 September, Concordia is hosting Baroque with a Twist.

Conducted by Basil Hawkins and featuring soloists Darry Baron on Mandola and Will Hardy on Recorder, this concert features a diverse range of Baroque and modern neo-baroque works.

Presented in the lovely St Clements of Rome in Bulleen, guests will also enjoy a light afternoon tea after the concert - please join in! Oh, and there's plenty of parking on site (yay!)

Come along with the whole family and enjoy a beautiful selection of live classical music on a spring afternoon.

Tickets are priced as follows: Adults $25, Concession $20 and Children under 16 are free. Tickets will be available at the door.

For more information on this exciting live music event in Melbourne, please visit concordiamandolins.org.au and Facebook.

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When: Sunday 29 September 2019, 2.30pm
Where: St Clement of Rome, 7-21 Egan Drive, Bulleen
Cost: $25/20
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