St Cecilia Youth Scholarships finalists concert Sunday Nov 26th in Batehaven

The annual St Cecilia Youth Scholarships finalists' concert, in it's 22nd consecutive year, is to be held Sunday 26th November at St Bernards Church,Batehaven, at 3.00pm The concert showcases the outstanding talents of the finest musicians on the South Coast.

"Last year the performers earned a standing ovation from the cheering audience and this year should be no different", said Chris Heazlewood, the Scholarships President. "The music has been chosen to produce an extremely entertaining concert, including both classical and contemporary music",said Chris. "The concert will showcase the outstanding skills of these talented young musicians. Come along and show them your support "The concert starts at 3.00pm and tickets are available at the door...$10 for adults and youth 18 and under are Free. Guest performance Ayden McDonald, Recipient of St Cecilia Tertiary Scholarship 2016 Trois etudes de concert S.144 No.3 ‘Un Sospiro’ (Liszt) Junior Contemporary Anna Browne (Vocal/Guitar) Tears dry on their own (Winehouse) Hayley Chown (Piano) Jazzin’ Around (Mier) Luke Shooks (Guitar) Little Wing (Hendrix) Accompanied by Peter Rich Junior Classical Mora Fiedler (Piano) Sonata Op. 27 No.2 ‘Moonlight’ 1st movement (Beethoven) Dejan Kanazir (Piano) Novelette (Kabalevsky) Amelie Ziino (Violin) Violin Concerto in G major Op 3 No.3 Largo (Vivaldi) Accompanied by Luca Ziino Senior Contemporary Johanna Eltherington (Vocal) Gravity (Schwartz) Accompanied by Ros Maher (in absentia) Jack Gallen (Guitar) Little Wing (Hendrix) Accompanied by Peter Rich Tara Watts (Piano) Feeling Good (Bonsor) Senior Classical Luke Bowen (Piano) Jardins sous la pluie (Debussy) Caitlin Douglas (Piano) Fantasie Impromptu (Chopin) (in absentia) Luca Ziino (Piano) Impromptu No. 2 Op. 90 Allegro (Schubert)

The Awards for 2017-the winners will be announced at Sunday's Concert following performances by each finalist. Senior Classical

Jenny Rigby Memorial Award $1000 (Sponsored by Moruya CWA)

Maria de Rocco Award $750

South Coast Music Society Open Award $350 (Sponsored by SCMS)

Senior Contemporary

1st Prize $1000 (Sponsored by Batemans Bay Rotary)

2nd Prize $750 (Sponsored by Moruya CWA)

3rd Prize $350

Junior Contemporary

1st Prize $400

2nd Prize $250 (Sponsored by Moruya CWA)

3rd Prize $100 (Sponsored by Perfex)

Junior Classical

1st Prize $400

2nd Prize $250 (Sponsored by Perfex)

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