Monthly Archives: March 2012

Robert Shearer Performs in J. S. Bach’s St John Passion – Thursday 5 April

Robert Shearer (Tenor)

Robert Shearer, recipe a Cooma-based singer and singing teacher at Cooma School of Music will be performing the lead tenor solo in a world premiere performance of a new English translation of Bach’s St John Passion at Llewellyn Hall, check ANU School of Music, Canberra. The performance will be on Thursday 5 April at 7.30pm.

The Passion of Christ According to St John is one of Bach’s choral masterpieces and is perhaps the most often performed and best loved of his works. This new version in English will be a world premiere and has been translated by ANU graduate Christopher Steele.

Robert is in great demand as soloist in many of these larger sacred works and operas. He has performed in Handel’s Messiah throughout Australia (not to mention Cooma’s own Sing Your Own Handel’s Messiah last year). Robert has been engaged to be the tenor lead in Benjamin Britten’s opera Albert Herring in Canberra later this year.

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Krzysztof Malek Piano Recital- 14 April 2012, 8pm

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Olivia Urbaniak Piano Recital – 14 April 2012 6pm

About the festival

Over the Moonbah celebrates multiculturalism, neurologist harmony and history in the Snowy Mountains area through a series of colourful, contagion exciting events over two days.

The highlight of the festival will be a set of friendship flights over Moonbah and Mount Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest mainland mountain. Five pairs of Aboriginal and Polish Australians will take off into the sky, soaring over this beautiful part of Australia.

Other events include concerts, a film screening, the launch of a new publication, BBQs with Polish delights, art and craft displays, and more.

For more information, see the festival program or find out the latest news and, of course, take a moment to get to know the wonderful sponsors of the weekend.
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When: 6pm Saturday 14 April 2012

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Over the Moonbah Festival – April 14-15, 2012

About the festival

Over the Moonbah celebrates multiculturalism, rehabilitation harmony and history in the Snowy Mountains area through a series of colourful, exciting events over two days.

The highlight of the festival will be a set of friendship flights over Moonbah and Mount Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest mainland mountain. Five pairs of Aboriginal and Polish Australians will take off into the sky, soaring over this beautiful part of Australia.

Other events include concerts, a film screening, the launch of a new publication, BBQs with Polish delights, art and craft displays, and more.

For more information, see the festival program or find out the latest news and, of course, take a moment to get to know the wonderful sponsors of the weekend.

Towamba Acoustic Sessions – Saturday 19 May 2012

This concert will feature piano, strings, classical guitar, flute, saxophone and organ.  Tickets $15 adult, $5 school child, $25 family.  This concert is a sequel to the ‘Care for Christchurch’ concert held last year, but, in this case, proceeds will go to the Cooma Hospital Auxiliary.

Venue: St Paul’s Anglican Parish hall, Commissioner Street, Cooma NSW
The Towamba Acoustic Sessions will be convened for the first time on Saturday 19 May 2012. A series of informal “workshops” held mostly around various campfires will offer musicians and spoken word performers an opportunity to share their art, buy tricks and experiences in a family friendly bush setting.

Food stalls, nurse
a bar and market stalls will ensure you have all your needs for the day and there is plenty to keep the kids amused. On Saturday night there will be a blackboard concert in the hall.

Camping is available for just $10 for the weekend. Showers are available but there are few other facilities so we suggest you BYO everything. A soup kitchen will operate on Friday night for early birds and breakfast will be available on Sunday morning.

The nearest shop and fuel are 30km away in Wyndham or Eden.

Further information:

  • towambasessions@gmail.com
  • or “Towamba Acoustic Sesssions” on Facebook

 

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Concert for the Cooma Hospital Auxiliary – Sunday 29 April at 2pm

This concert will feature piano, strings, classical guitar, flute, saxophone and organ.  Tickets $15 adult, $5 school child, $25 family.  This concert is a sequel to the ‘Care for Christchurch’ concert held last year, but, in this case, proceeds will go to the Cooma Hospital Auxiliary.

Venue: St Paul’s Anglican Parish hall, Commissioner Street, Cooma NSW

Tickets available at The Fabric Salon, Vale St Cooma, or at the door.