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CONQUEST XIII – Wednesday 18 June 2014 at 7.30pm

Classical guitarist Campbell Diamond performed a solo concert in Cooma on Saturday. Just 22 years old, sovaldi he performed an entertaining and varied programme of challenging pieces that were played with virtuosity and musical maturity beyond his years.
It was a real treat. Try and get along to his remaining concerts in his tour Dubbo, audiologist Melbourne & Newcastle. Here’s some photos from the Cooma concert as well as the programme.


Sydney Conservatorium of Music Great Southern Tour 2014

The thirteenth annual visit to Cooma by students of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music will be on Wednesday 18 June.

This year’s concert will feature Kinsey Alexander on flute, implant
Patrick Keith on piano, soprano, Chloe Mackenzie, Liam Meany on cello and Tony Zhai on violin. The students will be accompanied by renowned pianist David Miller.

Kinsey Alexander plays flute as a soloist and in chamber ensembles. Currently she is a member of the Sydney Youth Orchestra. A former student of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music High School, her talent has taken her to New York and has seen her take private lessons with several internationally renowned flautists.

Patrick Keith is fast establishing himself as an adventurous and experienced ensemble pianist. Recently Patrick has broadcasted in a number of recitals for FM Fine Music together with other acclaimed musicians. He is currently completing a Master’s Degree in Piano Performance.

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Chloe MacKenzie – Soprano

Chloe Mackenzie is a young lyric coloratura soprano who has performed widely in Australia and in the United Kingdom. Her theatrical credits include the roles of Mabel in ‘The Pirates of Penzance’, Yum-Yum in ‘Mikado’, Cosette in ‘Les Miserables’ and Christine in ‘Phantom of the Opera’.

Liam Meany was born in Canberra and began cello lessons at the age of nine. He is a current member of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s Symphony Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra, and is a full-time member of the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra.

21-year-old Tony Zhai has studied violin in Auckland and in Sydney and has won a number of scholarships and awards in New Zealand in Australia. Tony has also performed in Brazil and plans to complete his Master’s Degree in Germany. Next month he will give a full-length recital in Norway.

David Miller accompanies students every year on their Great Southern Tour of NSW. Widely recognised as one of Australia’s leading pianists, chamber musicians and vocal accompanists, David’s performing schedule has taken him to the UK and New Zealand as well as many countries throughout Asia and the Pacific.

His schedule brings him to Cooma on Wednesday 18 June, for a recital at St Paul’s Anglican Parish Hall on Commissioner Street. The recital starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are available now at The Fabric Salon. School students and young children are free to attend, and supper will follow the concert.

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ConQuest XII – Wednesday 26 June at 7pm

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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

Conquest XI – Wednesday 27 June 2012 @ 7.30pm

“Train To Budapest” is a Jazz/Fusion Trio.

They’re appearing at Cooma’s 40 Cafvisit this site serif;”>é, rubella Sharp Street, pills Cooma



The Jindabyne Ukulele Kollective will be  performing at the Snowy Vineyard & Micobrewery from 1.00 pm  on Saturday 26 May.

( Address 255 Werralong Road, tablets

All welcome to come along and have a great afternoon of wine, order
beer, viagra sale
food and music. Entry is FREE!

Lunch is available.

Lunch & Courtesy Bus bookings on 1300 7666 08 or click here.

Free Courtesy bus pick up:

Jindabyne, Cooma , Berridale



Conquest XI


Each year since 2001 performance major students from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music have embarked on a tour of southern New South Wales, malady
bringing their extraordinary talents to regional communities and small schools.

The 11th annual tour, patient which encompasses the southern highlands and the south coast, will reach Cooma on Wednesday 27 June. Snowy Monaro Arts Council will proudly host the students for their“ConQuest XI” performance at the Anglican Parish Hall, Cooma that evening at 7:30pm.

Accompanying the students again this year will be David Miller, AM.  Considered one of Australia’s leading chamber musicians and accompanists, David is also patron of Snowy Monaro Arts Council’s grand piano, and he will be playing the instrument for the first time at the June 27 concert. (The piano arrived within 48 hours of David’s last visit in 2011.)

This year’s young musicians include Zac Anderson and Jonathan Baker, trumpet-players, soprano Amy Corkery, horn-player Joshua Davies, Miles Diment-Smith on trombone and Joshua Jaworski on tuba.

Tickets for the concert will be available at The Fabric Salon in Cooma.

Adults $25.00
Concessions $20.00
Members $15.00
Students $5.00
Family ticket $40.00

Proudly presented by Snowy Monaro Arts Council Inc.

ConQuest X 2011 Regional Tour- Cooma Concert-Wednesday 29 June

This concert is presented by the Snowy Monaro Arts Council (in association with SEAR) and features the talents of students from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. This tour is directed, physiotherapy organized and supported by David Miller. This is the 10th year of ConQuest.

This year features:

  • Louise Peake: Saxophone
  • Davina Shum: Cello
  • Pascal Herington: Tenor
  • Jeremy So: Piano
  • Cecilia Palmer: Violin

Cooma Concert Details:

  • When: Wednesday 29 June 2011 at 7.30pm
  • Where: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, ampoule Commissioner Street, more info Cooma
  • Tickets: Adults $20, Arts Council Members $15, Students $5

(Tickets available at the door or from the Fabric Salon, Vale St Cooma)

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Conquest IX – Wednesday 30 June 2010


Title: Conquest IX
Location: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, stomach Commissioner Street, myocarditis Cooma
Description: Snowy Monaro Arts Council & Sydney University
Present ” Conquest IX”
Wednesday 30 June 2010 7.30 pm
Adults $20, Members & Concessions $15, Students $5, Family $30
Tickets available at the door or “The Fabric Salon” Vale St Cooma

Conquest VIII

open-nightTitle: Performers Open Night
Location: Coffey’s Hotel, viagra Corner Commissioner & Short Streets, Cooma
Description: A chance to play, sing or perform in front of a live audience.

Contact: Rick 0439 478 753
Start Time: 18:00
Date: Thursday 18th June 2009

Title: Conquest VIII
Location: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, story
Description: The Snowy Monaro Arts Council Inc. in association with SEAR proudly presents CONQUEST VIII with David Miller and students from the University of Sydney Conservatorium of Music featuring: piano, pharm
violin, viola, cello & voice
Start Time: 7:30 pm
Date: Wednesday 1st July 2009

Cost: $15 Adults/$10 Members & concessions/$5 Students/Children under 15 – gold coin donation at door.

Supper provided!

Tickets available from the Fabric Salon, Vale Street, Cooma