Avon Valley Spring Chamber Music Festival ticket sales to help restore historic churches

Avon Valley Spring Chamber Music Festival ticket sales to help restore historic churches
Avon Valley Spring Chamber Music Festival ticket sales to help restore historic churches

TICKETS sold at a classic concert series will help fund the restoration of historic churches in the Avon Valley.

The Avon Valley Spring Chamber Music Festival started in 2004 and attracts visitors from far and wide to a weekend break in the country.

The first concert, Pastoral Pleasures, will feature baroque trio sonatas by Telemann to classical trios by Mozart contemporaries from 2.30pm on October 15, at St Stephen’s Church in Toodyay.

Musicians from the West Australian Symphony Orchestra will perform at all the concerts.

The second concert, Spring Serenade, on October 22 at Northam Town Hall, will offer classical quartets from three of the sons of Bach: CPE Bach, JCF Bach and JC Bach, as well as works by Mozart and Domenico Cimarosa.

York Uniting Church is the venue for the final concert, Totally Telemann, on October 29.

The concert will celebrate the music of Georg Philipp Telemann with quartets and trio sonatas by the popular composer of the Baroque era, in commemoration of the 250th anniversary of his death.

For inquiries and bookings, call 9574 1591 or visit www.flutissimo.com.au.

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