Featuring the Rising Stars of Canberra’s classical music scene, the Friends of the Albert Hall in collaboration with the ANU Open School of Music, present a fascinating programme of late nineteenth and early twentieth century music.
This evening’s recital features students in the Music for Colleges and the Music Development Program funded by ArtsACT.
These programs offer students in years 7 – 12 who demonstrate a commitment to high quality music performance the chance to make music with a likeminded peer group under the guidance of some of Canberra’s best professional musicians.
Students are offered the opportunity to develop their solo, ensemble and music theory skills in the programs at the ANU Open School of Music.
Our young performers will present exciting, rarely heard solo, vocal, and ensemble pieces by composers like Debussy, Satie, Ginastera, Piazzolla, and more in one of Canberra’s most iconic buildings.
Date: March 9, 2017 Time 6.30pm
Duration: 60 minutes
Photo credit: Peter Hislop
The concert is free and tickets are available from Eventbrite Click here for tickets
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Please note this concert follows the Annual General Meeting of the Friends of the Albert Hall at 5.15pm. All members are invited to attend, new members always welcome.