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Four Winds: ANAM Past & Present In Concert Oct 6th

ANAM Past & Present In Concert

Saturday 6 October | 2.00-3.30pm | Windsong Pavilion

The country’s finest young wind ensemble, Arcadia Winds, are returning to perform in the Windsong Pavilion with our current Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) Artists in Residence Liam Wooding (piano) and Jackson Bankovic (trombone). Together they will be performing an afternoon concert, on Saturday 6 October from 2 – 3.30pm, featuring music by Arnold, Berio, Françaix, Gershwin, Grainger, Serocki, and Skipworth.

As part of the Four Winds Artist in Residence Program, Liam (piano) and Jackson (trombone) will also be performing FREE musical story time sessions at the following Bega Valley Libraries:

  • Tura Murrang Library, 24 Sept, 10.30 – 11.30am

  • Bermagui Library, 25 Sept, 10.30 – 11.30am

  • Bega Library, 27 Sept, 10.30 – 11.30am

Private tuition in piano, trombone and trumpet is also available from 24 September to 5 October in the Bermagui/Bega region. All skill levels welcome. To book a private tuition session call 0439 749 336.

P.S. Why not make a day of it… The Montreal Goldfield Heritage day runs from 9.30am – 2.00pm on this same day – Saturday 6 October – and promises Billy tea and damper, bushrangers and bullocks, music, tours and kids activities – CLICK HERE to find out more.

ANAM Past & Present | In Concert Arcadia Winds with Liam Wooding (piano) and Jackson Bankovic (trombone) Sat 6 October | 2.00-3.30pm | Windsong Pavilion Concert tickets $15. 16yrs and under and Access Pass holders free.

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