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Nolan on Lovel Concert Series

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

Due to the popularity of the musical evenings bookings are essential to avoid disappointment

2019 Calendar

Saturday August 24

5.30pm – 7.30pm $25

Canto Latino

Amanda Handel – vocals

Jane Andino – keyboard

Garry Daley – Accordion

Matt Handel – Saxophones

Emerging from an amalgam of styles, Canto Latino draws from a wealth of artistic experience in a unique combination of renowned performers from the Blue Mountains. While all four artists have very distinctive styles with well-established reputations, they each share a desire to create a renovation of the Latin music genre which ventures into new territory – beyond their respective fields of specialisation. Canto Latinobrings the expertise of Amanda Handel in tango, flamenco & Art music, Jane Andino in Latin & South American music, Gary Daley in jazz & contemporary and Matt Handel in jazz, funk & soul.



Skarrat and Watts

Saturday September 21

5.30pm – 7.30pm $25

Skarrat and Watts

Glenn Skarratt – guitar and vocals

Simon Watts – fiddle


When fiddler player extraordinaire Simon Watts teamed up with guitarist and producer Glenn Skarratt to record a CD, musical magic started to happen in the studio.  Bridging musical styles from Irish to Jazz, Bluegrass to Latin with a touch of Rock and Blues, the resulting release, “The Weeping Tree Paddock”, solidified the pair’s resolve to create an entertaining mix of all the different styles of music they love to play.

Simon’s lifetime of playing various styles of music from his Classical training through to the Celtic music of his ancestors combined with his love of performing, has helped make him a favourite with audiences.  He is a polished and exuberant musical spirit who has travelled extensively and worked with many different musicians here in Australia and overseas.

Glenn is a versatile multi-instrumentalist featuring finger style and flat picking acoustic guitar as well as mandolin.   Classically trained, he likes to blur the boundaries of root music putting jazz into Celtic, Blues into Folk, Funk into Country making his own blend.  Glenn has a vast repertoire of songs collected over many years of playing in bands around the country.

Bringing this idea to their live performances, Simon and Glenn form a flexible, versatile and sometimes unpredictable unit with a large and eclectic repertoire.  They enjoy challenging each other on stage sometimes making up arrangements on the spot but always with a mind to keep their audiences entertained and leaving them wanting more!



Rachel & Ben
Rachel & Ben in tunnel

Saturday September 28

6.30pm – 7.30pm $25

Bach in the Dark III

Rachel Scott – cello

Ben Sibson – percussion

For the third ‘Bach in the Dark’ concert, Rachel is joined by percussionist and composer, Ben Sibson. Ben plays a number of drums from around the world and also vibraphone. (If you’ve never heard cello and vibraphone before you are in for a special treat!) The program will include some renaissance dances and Bach’s third suite for solo cello playing with percussion added, returning Bach’s dances to possibly their original forms. Your toes will be tapping – guaranteed! It’ll be a night with a difference…




Rachel Scott and David Pereira
Rachel Scott and David Pereira

Saturday October 26

6.30pm – 7.30pm $25

Bach in the Dark IV

Rachel Scott – cello

David Periera – cello

For the fourth and final program in the 2019 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, a piece written especially for the concerts by David Pereira, some duos by Béla Bartók and some musical surprises!



'Sydney Cello Quartet'
'Sydney Cello Quartet'

Saturday November 23

5.30pm – 7.30pm $25

Sydney Cello Quartet