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Organ Recital

Saturday 2nd May, search 2:00 pm
Westminster Presbyterian Church, 61 Templeton St, Cook ACT

Tickets at the Door—Adults $15, Concession $5, Family $40
Ph: 02 6226 3450!
Your family ticket will feed, clothe and
educate an orphan for a month
Here’s some interesting background on this organ:


WPCB Organ Concert Flyer 2015-05-02

Samuel Giddy Organ Recital – Sunday 30 June 2013 at 2.30pm

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Wednesday 26 June 7:00pm
at the St Paul’s Anglican Parish Hall
Commissioner Street, Cooma

This year’s Great Southern Tour, featuring students of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, is presented by…
David Miller on piano
Cassandra Horsman on Oboe
Long Nguyen on Bassoon
and “Mirth” Jazz Trio – Harry Day on Drums, Nicholas Henderson on Bass and Wilbur White on Piano

Tickets are available at the door or from The Fabric Salon

Ticket prices:
Adult $25
Concession $20
Arts Council Member $15
Full-time Students and Children Under 18 are FREE

Samuel Giddy
Samuel Giddy

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2.30pm Sunday 30th June 2013

Samuel Giddy (AMusA Organ)

Winner of the 2012 Sydney Organ Competition – Junior and Intermediate Sections

Samuel is a student of Philip Swanton at the ACT Organ School Wesley Uniting Church Forrest ACT


  •  Charles Avison: Concerto in G major
  •  Johann Sebastian Bach: Three “Schubler” chorale preludes
  •  Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Sonata in D minor (Op 65, No 6)
  •  Early English Music (Chamber Organ)
  •  Giovanni Bernardo Lucchinetti: Concerto for two organs
  •  Eugène Gigout: Scherzo in E major
  •  Camille Saint-Saëns: Fantaisie in E-flat major

The music will be played on the restored 1920 CW Leggo pipe organ and the 2010 Chamber Organ built by ACT Pipe Organs Canberra

Tickets: $20.00 at the door

Light refreshments will be served after the recital


Beauty of Baroque – Sunday 10 February 2013 at 2.30pm

Presented by Snowy Monaro Arts Council Inc.

A concert of Baroque music featuring the talents of Peter Crane (Organ), angina Chris Wall (Trumpet) and Glenyss Allen (Piano).

St Andrew’s Uniting Church, ask Soho Street Cooma

Tickets available from “The Fabric Salon”, Vale Street Cooma.

  • Adults: $20
  • Concessions: $15
  • Members: $10
  • Students: $5


The Beauty of Baroque in Cooma

On Sunday 10 February at 2:30pm Peter Crane will present his fourth concert in St Andrew’s Uniting Church in Cooma.

Peter’s life has been music. Starting on piano at the age of four, his career as an organist began when he was just 16. He played for broadcasts and concerts on organs at Pitt Street Congregational Church and Sydney Town Hall plus numerous concerts at Sydney Opera House.

Since 1990 Peter has resided in Brisbane where he is a freelance professional accompanist and organist. He is heavily involved in Redlands Eisteddfods and has directed and produced ‘Redlands on Stage’ for a number of years.

The recital programme for the 10th of February includes pieces from the Baroque period through to the 20th century, and also features the talents of two local musicians. Glenyss Allen and Chris Wall will join Peter, on piano and trumpet respectively, during the concert.

This will be the first presentation of the year for Snowy Monaro Arts Council. Tickets are available now at The Fabric Salon and at the door on the day.