MUSIC AT NOLAN ON LOVEL

A musical evening, served with a glass of wine is held in the gallery each month, a visually stimulating way to enjoy an evening of music in a relaxed and warm environment.

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GALLERY CONCERTS 2018

Sunday March 11

Bach in the Dark I

Rachel Scott - cello

Anthony Schulz - accordion

Rachel and Anthony

5.30pm - 6.30pm $25

For the first program in the 2018 series, Rachel is joined by dear friend and accordion virtuoso, Anthony Schulz. If you’ve been to a cello and accordion ‘Bach in the Dark’ concert, you’ll know that you’re in for a night that’s a little bit different – it’ll be an evening of great fun, fabulous music-making, a huge range of styles of music and two friends having the most wonderful time together making music that is very ‘in the moment’!

The program will include works by J.S. Bach (including a movement from the magnificent A minor violin concerto, arranged by Anthony), Bartok, Piazzolla (arranged just for Rachel and Anthony by Guillermo Anad) and a new ‘Bach Construct’ written especially for these concerts by Sydney composer Richard Charlton.

Saturday April 14

The Tinkers

Alan Healy - vocals, tenor banjo, bouzouki, bodhran and guitar

Evelyn Finnerty - vocals and fiddle

Seamus (Jim) Moginie - vocals, bouzouki, guitar, ukelele, and harmonium

Special Guest ??

Alan Healy Evelyn Finnerty

Jim Moginie Special Guest

5.30pm - 7.30pm $25

Another great night of traditional Irish acoustic music. Rebel songs, reels, jigs, ballads, hornpipes, polkas.

We know many of you enjoy this evening with the Tinkers and we look forward to sharing with you another foot tapping or 'dance' night with these wonderful, fun Irish musicians

Saturday June 16

Bach in the Dark II

Rachel Scott - cello

Sally Walker - flute/

Rachel Sally Walker

6.30pm - 7.30pm $25

For the second program in the 2018 series, Rachel is joined by the fabulous flautist Sally Walker– it will be an evening of great fun, a huge range of some wonderful music-making that is uplifting, dazzling and heart-warming all at once. The program will include works J.S. Bach’s C major flute sonata, Martin Wesley-Smith’s ‘Intervention’ and a new piece for looped cello written just for Rachel by Sydney-based composer Ben Sibson.

Saturday August 4

Bach in the Dark III

Rachel Scott - cello

David Pereira - cello

Rachel and David

6.30pm - 7.30pm $25

For the third program in the 2018 series, Rachel is joined by former teacher and dear friend (and cello great!), David Pereira. If you’ve been a concert with David and Rachel before you’ll know that you’re in for a night of great musical conversation! A critic said that Rachel and David’s playing “has the feel of a celebration, of untempered, free and loose-limbed music-making, where lines are shaped by boldness…” The program will include works by J.S. Bach, re-imagining of Bach by David Pereira and some musical surprises!

Saturday October 20

Bach in the Dark IV

Rachel Scott - cello

Duo Agostino - guitars

Rachel with Duo Agostino

6.30pm - 7.30pm $25

For the fourth and final program in the 2018 series, Rachel is joined by her good friends Raffaele and Janet Agostino (Duo Agostino) on classical guitar. If you’ve come to a concert by these three friends before, you’ll know you are in for a night of intimacy, warmth, excellent music-making and musical friendship! In April, 2018, Rachel, Janet and Raff will record a CD of all their favourite pieces, and this concert will feature works from their new CD, as well as the launch of the new recording – it’ll be a great musical celebration! Expect a gamba sonata by Bach, folk songs from around the world, music by Australian composers Graeme Koehne and Richard Charlton – and a few surprises!

Links to concert series cds

little birds cd cover

Little Birds CD now available, go to - www.bachinthedark.com

String Theories album cover

String Theories have created their own unique take on this emerging, genreless string music with their debut album "Waking the Deep". The album showcases their ability to write complex, yet accessible pieces as well as their incredible facility on their chosen instruments. The most common word used to describe the music on the CD is simply, “beautiful”.

"The thing about String Theories is that they make it look so easy. It isn't! These guys are masters at their craft...yet the music is so accessible and entertaining. Just loved having this band open for us on our NSW Reunion Tour dates in 2014" Genni Kane, (Flying Emus)

Find out more:

www.stringtheories.com.au

cd cover

Jane consummate pianist, arranger, composer, working in classical jazz and Latin-American musics. Greg saxophone, clarinet and flute player who has been leader of many varied ensembles. They are on intimate musical terms, having played together in various Brazilian, Salsa and Latin-Jazz bands for three decades.

Greg and Jane have recently released their CD "Esperanza meets Anouar". Like the storylines of a novel, Jane and Greg explore the many strands of Latin-American music through the medium of jazz.

go to www.saxproof.com/greggibson

Amanda Handel and Jane Andino

Canto Latino - Amanda Handel: (vocal/percussion) & Jane Andino: (piano/keyboard), present a program of intense Argentinean Tango, with a mix of lighter traditional music gathered from Latin America and Spain, plus a dash of salsa and bossa.

With the distinctive rhythms of Tango, Ranchera, Bolero, Salsa and Folklórico played by Jane at the piano, Amanda delivers powerful stories of love, passion, destiny and death sung in poetic Spanish verse with sprinklings of Italian and Portuguese.

go to www.amandahandel.com