I am a mum of two and Primary School teacher whose aim is to never be home during the midday movie. I believe that I am only ever a car trip away from an adventure.
Bringing Classic Music to the Bay
If you are looking for a little culture and a lot of style to amp up your weekend, why not surround yourself with beautiful music and classic tunes performed professionally by a cast of talented and local Bayside musicians? Set inside one of Brightons most popular churches, St.Leonard's Uniting, this will be the debut concert for the Bayside Chamber Orchestra.
The B.C.O consists of a number of music students and professional and amateurs musicians. It was primarily set up to give these creative souls a chance to share and celebrate their talents with the local community. It also gives them the opportunity to do what they love in between family and work commitments and working within other orchestras, live theatre shows and other performances.
The Bayside Chamber Orchestra
Most members teach at schools within the Bayside area and are passionate about bringing live Sunday music to the beach suburbs. Carolyn Morris for example, who wrote the Wind Quintette, is a composer as well as an accomplished piano and oboe player. She teaches at St Leonard's College in Brighton. Apart from hearing her perform, audeinecs will be treated to the divine sounds of the violin, viola, cello, bass, flute, clarinet and bassoon. Such a gorgeous selection of instruments to fill the air with song and sound.
[ADVERT]For this debut concert the program will include:
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba Sextet by Poulenc Flute Quartet in D by Mozart Clarinet Quintet by Brahms Siegfried Idyll by Wagners and finally Wind Quintet No. 1 in B flat by Morris
This is a wonderful one of a kind event that will bring something unique and new to your Sunday afternoon. Why not take the opportunity to surround yourself with the talents of this amazing orchestra and be one of the first to hear the power and feel the magic? A great way to introduce children to this genre as well as support the local artists within the community.