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Sydney Youth Orchestra performing Copland by the Sea - Sunday April 8th @ Four Winds



Join the Sydney Youth Orchestra, conducted by Alexander Briger AO, performing Copland by the Sea at the Four Winds, Bermagui for a wonderful afternoon of music on Sunday 8 April, 2pm

The concert, Copland By The Sea, celebrates beautiful landscapes, evoking the trickling streams of the Appalachian Mountains and the wide-open spaces of Austrian hunting grounds, perfect for an open-air performance in ‘Natures Concert Hall’. Join the Sydney Youth Orchestra for a wonderful afternoon of music in the idyllic surrounds of the Four Winds Sound Shell with family and friends.

“I’m really looking forward to my Bermagui trip with the SYO because I’ll get to rehearse Copland’s Appalachian Spring in depth, a work which moved me profoundly when I first heard it. I’m also passionate about education and the impact of mentoring. I am excited about the opportunity to give back to students on the South Coast. And of course, I’ll be in the surrounds of the beautiful Australian landscape!” – Suzannah Keene, Principal Cello

Sydney Youth Orchestras have partnered with Four Winds to establish a new hub for orchestral music on the South Coast of NSW, based in Bermagui.

The South Coast Hub will provide educational experiences for local students through visits to local secondary schools and performances in the region. Young musicians and community members alike are introduced to the orchestra, with a focus on explaining the instrumental groups and the formation of the ensemble. In 2018 SYO will also be visiting in November.

The Sydney Youth Orchestra | COPLAND BY THE SEA

Sunday 8 April, 2pm | Four Winds Sound Shell, Bermagui

Tickets: $10, 16yrs and under free.

Online at fourwinds.com.au or at the gate on arrival.

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