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Four Winds presents: The Windsong Series #1 - Feb 12th

The Windsong Series takes flight this Sunday 12 February at 1pm with Piers Lane (pianist), Andrew Haveron (violinist) and Four Winds' Artistic Director, James Crabb (classical accordionist). Bookings essential. Four Winds presents: The Windsong Series

Three exceptional performances available as a package in 2017

All three performances $210 | Individual performance $80

Four Winds announces a new series of performances in the exceptional acoustics of the Windsong Pavilion at Barragga Bay, just 8kms south of Bermagui. A programme of exceptional artists, all of whom are recognized on the international concert platform.

12 February 2017 | 1pm

Piers Lane (Pianist) Andrew Haveron (Violinist) James Crabb (Classical Accordionist)

London-based Australian Pianist Piers Lane christens Four Winds’ new Shigeru Kawai grand piano in the Windsong Pavilion. Lane stands out as an engaging and highly versatile performer, who along with outstanding English violinist, SSO Concert Master Andrew Haveron and Four Winds Artistic Director James Crabb, come together to launch this exciting, inaugural Four Winds concert series.

2 July 2017 |12:30pm

John Bell (Narrator) and Simon Tedeschi (Pianist) perform “Enoch Arden”, a rarely performed epic melodrama composed by Richard Strauss to the words of Lord Tennyson’s 1864 poem of the same name. Founder of the Bell Shakespeare Company John Bell is one of Australia's most iconic actors and theatre directors. Simon Tedeschi first played in the Sydney Opera House at age 9, and is now considered “true greatness” by respected critics and musical peers. This once only South Coast performance will be a memorable experience performed by two great Australian artists.

19 November 2017 |1pm

Dame Emma Kirkby DBE (Soprano) and Jakob Lindberg (Lute) perform a program of Renaissance and Baroque duets. Kirkby and Lindberg have been musical partners for many years, and are major exponents of early music. Don’t miss this rare and unique window into the world of intimate musical story telling from the 16th and 17th Centuries.

Further information: or 02 6493 3414 (office hours)

Registration & Tickets:

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