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Chamber music for your senses
The magic of Mozart is combined with the sounds of Schubert to be performed by the Chimera Ensemble. This rare concert will be held on 20 August in the magnificent surrounds of the Church of The Resurrection in Shenton Road, Swanbourne.
Chimera Ensemble's Piano Trio with Rebecca Glorie on violin, Melinda Forsythe on cello, and Tommaso Pollio on piano, will be joined by Ben Caddy on viola, and Kirsty Collins on double bass.
The concert includes afternoon tea where you will have the opportunity to mingle with the artists.
The concert is from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. Tickets are $30 for adults or $25 for concessions. Students are $15 each. Tickets can be booked through Trybooking.
Chimera Ensemble is part of Music Book Stories a not for profit organisation that was established by Perth musicians promoting and encouraging literature, visual arts and music for people of all ages, cultures, and ability.
For other forthcoming concerts by Chimera Ensemble see here.
Though the name Chimera can mean a monstrous fire-breathing creature of Greek myth, with the head of a lion, body of a goat and tail of a serpent, Chimera is also a term used to describe something wildly imaginative, or anything made from different parts. The group chose this name for the second reason.
The Church of Resurrection is a church which strives to be a centre for musical excellence by hosting many musical performances and providing scholarships to young musicians.