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Australian Made and Played*- Three Piece Suite concert in Moruya Sun Sept 8th

Australian Made and Played*- Three Piece Suite concert in Moruya Sunday September 8th

To conclude their concert series for 2019, string trio Three Piece Suite with flautist James Fortune, will return to St John’s Moruya to present a home-grown feast on Sunday September 8th at 3pm.

Rachel Westwood, violin, Valmai Coggins, viola and Deborah Coogan, cello, are delighted to convene again in Moruya with their regular guest, flautist James Fortune and look forward to sharing a sustainable, dinky- di, mostly Australian* themed program which includes selections for flute and strings by Percy Grainger, Graham Powning, Margaret Sutherland, David Hush, Sarah Hopkins, Alice Chance, Gregory van der Struik and Caspar Kummer.

The program promises to include plenty of humour and energy with moments of quieter reflection, perfect for a Spring afternoon in the inspiring setting and intimate acoustics of St John’s Anglican Church. Stay tuned as there may be a hot off the press world premiere! Afterwards stay to meet the musicians over a locally made/low food miles afternoon tea. For great chamber music, think local, act local!

*(Proudly Made in Australia from at least 75% Australian ingredients. May contain nuts!)

Tickets can be purchased online with credit/paypal at tpschambermusic.com or at the door (cash only) from 2.30pm $25 for adults, $5 for children.

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

Date &; Time: Sunday 8th September at 3pm

Tickets: Adult $25, Child $5

Web: http://tpschambermusic.com


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