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Classical Tracks in July 2014

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Love classical music?

Then relax and unwind to a joyous variety of classical music on Sundays in July. It's the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon indulging in the best classical music featuring some of the most talented and virtuosic performers. I can't think of anything better.

More information and ticketing details can be found on the Burrinja website. Just click on the 'What's On' tab and select the 'Classical Tracks' link.

Zoe Black & Joe Chindamo

For the first time ever, two renowned musicians join forces in a thrilling concert. Violinist Zoe Black and pianist/composer Joe Chindamo will perform an assorted combination of their revolutionary versions of original compositions by Puccini, Chopin, Gershwin and Dolly Parton, works by Chindamo, and even a few surprises.

This is new music, ladies and gents. Prepare to be dazzled!

When: Sunday 6 July, 2pm
Where: Burrinja Theatre, 351 Glenfern Rd, Upwey VIC 3158
Tickets: Adult $22,Concession $18

Melbourne Piano Trio

Dynamic trio Holly Piccoli (violin), Chris Howlett (cello) and Rhodri Clarke (piano) presents a stunning program featuring piano trios of Haydn, Beethoven and Mendelssohn. Having performed regularly in Melbourne, toured nationally and played in New York, Germany and the UK, the Melbourne Piano Trio has become one of the most popular music groups in Australia.

When: Sunday 13 July, 2pm
Where: Mecca Theatre, Arts Centre, 3409 Warburton Hwy, Warburton VIC 3799
Tickets: Adult $22, Concession $18

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Bach by Candlelight

Cellist Chris Howlett offers you a different kind of experience. This candle-lit performance of two cello suites will be like no other. Plus, allow Chris to give you the ins and outs about these pieces. It's entertainment and education all in one!

When: Sunday 20 July, 2pm
Where: Main Hall, Montrose Town Centre, 935 Mount Dandenong Tourist Road Montrose, 3765
Tickets: Adult $22, Concession $18

ACO Virtual

Do you want to stand on stage during a live performance?
Do you fancy playing with the ACO?
Is conducting an orchestra one of your dreams?

Well, guess what? The innovative interactive installation at ACO Virtual will give you all of the above. This is a different kind of experience with the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO). Combining digital, visual and sonic innovation, this is one exceptional event.

When: Sunday 27 July, 2pm
Where: Yarra Ranges Regional Museum, 35-37 Castella St, Lilydale VIC 3140
Tickets: Free Entry
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Why? To witness some of the best classical music performances.
When: Sundays in July.
Phone: 03 9754 8723
Where: Various locations in the Yarra Ranges. See article for details.
Cost: Fom $18
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