Concerts at St. George's proudly presents the 2017 Friends of Music Concert Series, showcasing top Melbourne emerging musicians!
Concert #7 is a very special Mother's Day concert, featuring two mini-concerts by two prominent emerging musicians: clarinettist Nicolas Storrie, and classical guitarist Julia Bakowski. It is a event not to be missed!
Nicolas Storrie, clarinet:
Three Romances, by Robert Schumann (14 mins)
1. Nicht schnell (Not fast)
2. Einfach, innig (Simple, heartfelt)
3. Nicht schnell
Five Bagatelles, by Gerald Finzi (14 mins)
Julia Bakowski, classical guitar, presenting
"Dreamscape: Australian Music for Classical Guitar"
Pavane I & III (Luys Milan)
No. 6, from Twelve Preludes (Manuel Ponce)
From the Dreaming (Peter Sculthorpe)
Stélé (Phillip Houghton)
.............................About the 2017 FOMS
Concerts at St. George's proudly presents the 2017 FOMS, showcasing top Melbourne emerging musicians!
Concerts at St. George's is voluntarily managed by a team of musicians with the vision to establish St. George’s Anglican Church in Travancore as a new music performance venue in Melbourne’s inner northwest. Aligned with this vision is the annual Friends of Music Series (FOMS), showcasing top Melbourne emerging musicians.
Your support for the local arts scene will be tremendously appreciated, with all proceeds from the 2017 FOMS concerts directly contributing to further enhancing the performance space at St. George's. The proceeds will also speak volumes for continuing the fundraising spirit for the Moonee Valley City community, and for continuing the vision for quality, affordable concert-going experiences for the local communities.
Stay tuned for more updates at www.concertsatstg.org
The 2017 FOMS is proudly sponsored by GH Music.