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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

2018 Calendar

Rachel Scott and David Periera
Rachel Scott and David Periera

Saturday August 4

6.30pm – 7.30pm $25

Bach in the Dark III

Rachel Scott – cello

David Pereira – cello

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!

Strelitzia
Strelitzia

Saturday September 29

5.30pm – 7.30pm $25

‘The Sydney Cello Quartet’

Caroline Otto

Eleanor Betts

Ezmi Pepper

Annika Stagg

 

 

Rachel Scott with Raffael and Janet Agostino
Rachel Scott with Raffael and Janet Agostino

Saturday October 20

6.30pm – 7.30pm $25

Bach in the Dark IV

Rachel Scott – cello

Duo Agostino – guitars

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!