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Northern Lights - Three Piece Suite concert in Moruya 18th March


In their first concert series for 2018, string trio Three Piece Suite with guest tenor David Hamilton, invite you to taste a musical smorgasbord from the North – music of Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Scotland. A diverse blend of folk song, dances and chamber music will delight and entertain you in the cosy acoustics of St John's Church in Page St, Moruya on Sunday 18th March at 4pm.


Enjoy some of the most popular Scottish songs performed by tenor David Hamilton accompanied by Rachel Westwood, violin, Valmai Coggins, viola and Deborah Coogan, cello. As well as dances from Sweden, Norway and Denmark, there will be atmospheric and romantic trios by Melartin, Grieg and Berens, with a few surprises and a scrumptious afternoon to follow in the hall. Whether you are a fan of Nordic noir, Scandi style or just like Ikea furniture with a tartan rug thrown over, you will love the colours of Northern Lights!

Tickets can be purchased at the door (cash only) or at tpschambermusic.com $25 for adults, $5 for children.

Venue: St John's Anglican Church, Page St, Moruya

Date & Time: Sunday 18th March at 4pm

Tickets: Adult $25, Child $5

Web: http://tpschambermusic.com

Email: tpschambermusic@gmail.com

Phone: 44742469


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