Windows: Beaconsfield and Palmyra musos to play at Fremantle’s Basilica of St Patrick

Beaconsfield’s Brent Grapes, principal trumpeter with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, will join Palmyra organist Dominic Perissinotto in a concert inspired by the 12 stained glass Chagall Windows in Israel
Beaconsfield’s Brent Grapes, principal trumpeter with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, will join Palmyra organist Dominic Perissinotto in a concert inspired by the 12 stained glass Chagall Windows in Israel

A TALENTED musical duo from Perth will deliver an entertaining concert when they play at Fremantle’s St Patrick’s Basilica on November 19.

Beaconsfield’s Brent Grapes, principal trumpeter with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, will join Palmyra organist Dominic Perissinotto for a concert inspired by Marc Chagall’s stained glass windows in Israel.

The pair has promised audiences will be wowed by their efforts contrasting familiar composers Jeremiah Clarke and JS Bach with the descriptive music of Alan Hovhaness, Petr Eben and Franz Liszt.

The concert is the final in a series of four for Pipe Organ Plus in 2017.

What: Windows, featuring Dominic Perissinotto on the grand organ and Brent Grapes on trumpet.
When: 2.30pm, November 19.
Where: Fremantle’s Basilica of St Patrick, on the corner of Parry and Adelaide streets.
Parking: Free parking is available at St Patrick’s Basilica and in the grounds of the adjoining primary school.
Tickets: Visit www.trybooking.com/OODY

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