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Musica da Camera in Concert – Cooma Sunday 15 May 2016 at 2:30pm

Musica da Camera – Canberra’s Premier String Orchestra will be performing in Cooma NSW.

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SUNDAY 15 MAY 2016 2.30 pm
St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall
136 Commissioner Street, purchase Cooma NSW

Tickets: Adults $25; Concession $20; Children Free (includes a light afternoon tea)

Booking: Cooma School of Music,

  • Phone:  (02) 6452 6067
  • Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au

Programme:

The conductor, Rowan Harvey Martin, will direct a program of very listenable early 20th century music by European composers

Parry, C Hubert H (1848-1918)

An English Suite for String Orchestra, 1914

In the “High English” style, with moments of simple, melodic grace sandwiched between episodes of complexity and sophistication. Still incomplete at his death in 1918, this work was finished by his amanuensis.

Bloch, Ernest(1880-1959)  

Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra & Piano Obligato, 1924

Clearly constructed as a Concerto Grosso but incorporating traditional sounding melodies from his heritage. Surprising humour at times, and more than one swipe at JS Bach.

Respighi, Ottorino(1879-1936)

Ancient Airs and Dances (for Lute) Suite III. 1932.

Respighi’s characteristicly intricate reworking of old music to subtly exploit the capabilities of “modern” instruments.

Skalkottas, Nikos (1904-1949)

Five Greek Dances

Passionate, unquestionably Greek, dances for string orchestra.

Musica da Camera – Cooma Concert 9th August 2015

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Performing in Cooma

Conductor: Michael Sollis

Soloists: Greg Stenning (Trumpet), Kiri Sollis and friends (Flutes)

Sunday 9th August 2015 at 2.30 pm

St Paul’s Anglican Parish Hall, 136 Commissioner Street, Cooma

Tickets: Available at the door and at Cooma School of Music,

(Shop 2 Parkview Arcade, 123 Sharp Street, Cooma NSW)

Bookings: (02) 6452 6067 Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au

Cost: Adults $20/ Concession $15/ Students $10 – Under 15 Free

PROGRAM:

Ewazen: Concerto for trumpet and strings

Antheil: Serenade for string orchestra

Biber: Sonatas suitable for altar or court

Ives: The unanswered question (for strings and trumpet)

El-Dabh: Aria for strings

Musica da Camera, formed in 1979, is a Canberra-based string chamber orchestra of 20 or so players. For over 30 years this group has been delighting Canberra audiences as well as music lovers throughout the region. Musica da Camera is an outstanding orchestra with tradition of performing with some of Australia’s most gifted soloists.

Musica da Camera – Sunday 4 May 2014 at 2.30pm

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Musica da Camera String Orchestra

Musica da Camera String Orchestra

Leonard Weiss - Conductor

Leonard Weiss – Conductor

Where: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, order
136 Commissioner Street Cooma

Tickets available:

  • at the door &
  • at Cooma School of Music, Shop 2 Parkview Arcade, 123 Sharp Street, Cooma NSW

Cost:

  • Adults $20
  • Concession $15
  • Under 15 – Free

Bookings: (02) 6452 6067 Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au

 

Musica da Camera, formed in 1979, is a Canberra-based string chamber orchestra of about 20 players. For over 30 years this group has been delighting Canberra audiences as well as music lovers throughout the region.

The concert in Cooma will be directed by the Leonard Weiss.

 

Musica da Camera logoPROGRAMME:

JOSHUA HEALEY: Sanguinary Nyarubuye (World Premiere)

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Fantasia on  theme by Thomas Tallis

FUCHS: Serenade Op 9

LOCATELLI: Concerto Grosso No 2 in C minor

RESPIGHI: Berceuse

ALBINONI: Sonata for String Orchestra

 

Musica da Camera – Sunday 12 May 2013

Dodds Hotel – 94 Commissioner Street, physician Cooma NSW 2630

Cameron Cusack

Cameron Cusack

Bio:

Cameron Cusack is a 21 year old Country Musician & Songwriter from South East NSW. Cameron first picked up the guitar at the age of 4 and has been a performing musician since the age of 9 with a dream of becoming a Country Music star. Cameron is a Vocalist, neurologist Guitarist; He plays the harmonica, malady Mandolin and Banjo. Cameron is a touring artist performing right across the country. Cameron grew up listening to both Australian and American Country Music such as Troy Cassar-Daley, Alan Jackson and Merle Haggard. At a young age Cameron Cusack has had numerous achievements. Being a 2011 Toyota Star Maker Finalist and performing with his greatest influence Troy Cassar-Daley atthe 2010 and 2012 Tamworth Country Music Festival at his sell out show at the Tamworth Regional Entertainment Center, Outback Jacks Bar & grill and South Tamworth Bowling Club. Cameron is also a 2009 Tamworth Camerata school of Country Music Graduate and a Graduate of the Senior College of the 2010 CMAA Academy of Country Music. Tamworth is a second home town to Cameron where he has had his first big breaks in Country Music such as performing at both 2009 & 2010 KIX FM listener’s party to some of Australia’s top artists. Cameron will be releasing his Brand New EP in May 2012, produced by Brad Bergan at Little Red Wagon Studio’s “Sydney”, Followed by an Album Launch Tour right across the country from Southern NSW to Northern QLD and maybe Victoria. Cameron Cusack’s biggest dreams and aspirations are to be a successful Country musician and songwriter.

  • Sunday 12 May 2012
  • 2.30 pm
  • St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, unhealthy
    Commissioner Street Cooma
  • Tickets available at the door and at Cooma School of Music, sildenafil
    Shop 2 Parkview Arcade, erectile
    123 Sharp Street, Cooma NSW
  • Bookings: (02) 6452 6067 Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au
  • Cost: Adults $20/ Concession $15/ Students $10

Musica da Camera, formed in 1979, is a Canberra-based string chamber orchestra of about 20 players. For over 30 years this group has been delighting Canberra audiences as well as music lovers throughout the region.

The concert in Cooma will be directed by the Leonard Weiss.

 

PROGRAMME:

  • J S BACH: Orchestral Suite No 2 in B-min
  • FUCHS: Serenade No 3
  • VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Phantasy Quintet
  • HERRMANN: Theme from Psycho
  • DVORAK: Quintet Op77 in G

Musica da Camera Cooma Concert A Wonderful Success

An audience of over 60 people were present for a wonderful concert by Musica da Camera chamber orchestra on Sunday 30 May 2012. The concert was directed by Vincent Edwards and Leonard Weiss. Jessie Regan was the guest solo violinist.

The Program:

  • Vivaldi: Concerto for two violins Op3 No5
  • Grieg: The Death of Ase (from Peer Gynt, stomatology Op 23)
  • Piazolla: Libertango
  • Mozart: Divertimento in D major
  • Saint-Saens: Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
  • Haydn: 2nd Movement from Quartet in C major Emperor Op76 No3
  • Holst: St Paul’s Suite

 

Musica da Camera performs in Cooma – Sunday 13 May 2012 at 2.30pm

Cooma Concert presented by Cooma School of Music:

  • Sunday 13 May 2012
  • 2.30 pm
  • St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, information pills Commissioner Street Cooma
  • Tickets available at the door and at Cooma School of Music, Shop 2 Parkview Arcade, 123 Sharp Street, Cooma NSW
  • Bookings: (02) 6452 6067 Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au
  • Cost: Adults $20/ Concession $15/ Students $10

Musica da Camera, formed in 1979, is a Canberra-based string chamber orchestra of about 20 players. For over 30 years this group has been delighting Canberra audiences as well as music lovers throughout the region.

The concert in Cooma will be directed by the acclaimed musicians, Vincent Edwards and Leonard Weiss. This concert will include works by Saint Saens, Vivaldi, Mozart and Holst.

This programme also features the award winning violinist , Jessie Regan.

PROGRAMME:

  • SAINT SAENS Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
  • VIVALDI Concerto for two violins OP3 No5
  • HOLST St Paul’s Suite
  • MOZART Divertimento in D major

 

 

 

 

 

 

Musica Da Camera Concert – Sunday 21 November

Cooma Concert presented by Cooma School of Music:

  • Sunday 21 November 2010
  • 2.30 pm
  • St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, ask Commissioner Street Cooma

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Musica da Camera, formed in 1979, is a Canberra-based string chamber orchestra of about 20 players. For over 30 years this group has been delighting Canberra audiences as well as music lovers throughout the region.

The concert in Cooma will be directed by the acclaimed musician, Rowan Harvey-Martin. The programme has yet to be finalized but it will include many beautiful works such as:

  • Sibelius — ‘Rakastave’ Op 14
  • Dvorak — Serenade for strings
  • Rachmaninov — Vocalise
  • Debussy — Sacred and Profane Dances

Rowan Harvey-Martin:

Rowan Harvey-Martin - Musical Director

Rowan Harvey-Martin - Musical Director

Rowan graduated violin with honours from the ANU School of Music and has also studied at the Eastman School of Music, New York.

She is Principal Violin with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra and has had extensive orchestral experience with the Eastman Virtuosi in New York, the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra, and as Associate Concertmaster with the Australian production of Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon.

Rowan is currently Co-Artistic Director and Concertmaster of The Haydn Bande which regularly performs around Canberra.

Rowan studied choral conducting with Micheal McCarthy at the Canberra School of Music and orchestral conducting with Donald Hunsberger at the Eastman School of Music.

In 2007 and 2008 Rowan took part in Symphony Australia’s Conducting Development Program with Christopher Seaman conducting the State Orchestra of Victoria and the Adelaide and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras. She took part in the same program in 2009 with Sebastien Lang-Lessing, Arvo Volmer and Christopher Seaman when she conducted the Tasmanian Symphony and The Queensland Orchestra.

In 2007-2008 she was assistant to Nicholas Milton with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra. She is currently Musical Director of The Llewellyn Choir in Canberra with whom she has conducted Mozart’s Requiem in D-minor and John Rutter’s Requiem. With The Llewellyn Choir and the Haydn Bande she has performed Haydn’s Nelson Mass and in 2008 she conducted Bach’s St. John’s Passion and Handel’s Messiah. She recently conducted the The Llewellyn Choir in a performance of Brahms’ German Requiem.

Rowan is currently the Chorus master for the Canberra Combined Choirs when they perform with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra for their Gala performances for which she has prepared both Orff’s Carmina Burana in 2008 and Beethoven’s Symphony No 9 in 2009.

At the Sydney Conservatorium she has conducted Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, and in 2009 she will conduct both the Ku-Ring-Gai Philharmonic and the Willoughby Symphony Orchestras.

She has also been awarded the Stuart and Norma Leslie Churchill Fellowship in 2009 to further her studies in conducting in Europe and the United States.

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