St Pauls’s Anglican Parish Hall, visit 136 Commissioner Street Cooma
Tickets – Available at The Fabric Salon, 42 Vale Street Cooma
- $25 Adult
- $20 Concession
- $15 Snowy Monaro Arts Council members
- Children & School Students – free!
Stars Will Come Out This Saturday
In the first item on the Arts Council’s concert programme this Saturday evening, musician Chris Wall will be playing trumpet and piano at the same time. To find out how he achieves this and to appreciate the results, you will need to come along to St Paul’s Anglican Parish Hall for the 7:30pm recital.
This concert, the final Snowy Monaro Arts Council presentation for 2014, is named “Stars” in deference to the rich programme. It includes the title song, “Stars” from ‘Les Miserables’ as well as Albert Arlen’s arrangement of “Clancy of the Overflow” (featuring the lines, “And he sees the vision splendid of the sunlit plains extended, and at the night the wond’rous glory of the everlasting stars”).
These two pieces are not the only stars to be enjoyed on the night. The three performers Glenyss Allen, Thomas Keenan and Chris Wall are each very accomplished in their instruments – piano, voice and brass respectively.
The programme also showcases well-loved composers and well-loved tunes such as Henry Mancini and Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Tickets for “Stars” are available at The Fabric Salon in Cooma. Admission is $25 for an Adult, $20 for Concession and $15 for Snowy Monaro Arts Council members. Admission is free for children and school students. Of course supper is included in the ticket price.
Contact Glenyss Allen 6452 3561 for further information
“Stars” is proudly presented by Snowy Monaro Arts Council Inc.
Thursday Night Music Club at the Two Vaults Restaurant (across the road from the Alpine Hotel) 7:30 – 9:30. Come down, sovaldi play a few songs or just listen. For more information email Ben Warner at email@example.com (The first one will be on the 11/9/2014.)