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South Coast Music Society concert on Sunday 25 February, The Jose Carbo Trio, ‘L’Heure Exquise

Australia’s premier baritone, José Carbó, joins forces with spectacular classical guitarists, Andrew Blanch and Ariel Nurhadi, to form ‘The José Carbó Trio’, which will perform in Batemans Bay in February.

Their concert, ‘L’Heure Exquise’ (The Exquisite Hour) will be held at St Bernard’s Church, Batehaven, on Sunday 25 February at 3.00 p.m. This is the first concert in the South Coast Music Society’s series for 2018.

Their debut recital, ‘L’Heure Exquise’ is named after Reynaldo Hahn’s masterpiece, and features music by Schubert, Fauré Debussy, Verdi and more, reimagined by the trio for the colourful and original music setting of voice and two guitars.

Tickets for the concert are available at the door (cash) or online at Adults’ tickets will be $35; members and pensioners $30, school aged children free. This year, again, as in 2017, adults accompanying school student/s will be admitted free in accordance with the South Coast Music Society’s aim of encouraging the love of fine music in young people.

If you require more information concerning the concert, please contact Julie Stuart, Vice President of the South Coast Music Society on 44725097, or Liz Fisher, Concert Facilitator on 44717675.

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