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THE Telopea Chamber Players comprising students and staff at Telopea Park School will present a varied program in their Wednesday Lunchtime Live Concert at the Wesley Music Centre tomorrow, June 19 from 12.40pm to 1.20pm.

The program includes works by Bach, Beethoven and Bozza featuring solo piano, classical guitar and trombone.

The Chamber Players present a mix of music as part of Fete de la Musique, the annual international celebration of music in French-speaking countries around the world.  There are many international backgrounds among the performers, although French and Australian are predominant. The aim is to communicate with audiences using the internationally understood language of music.

The accompanist is Canberra pianist, Anthony Smith.

“Something Old, Something New, Something French, Something True Blue,” Wesley Music Centre 20 National Circuit, Forrest (cnr Sydney Ave) 12.40pm to 1.20pm. Paper note entry or concession $2. No bookings required. Tickets at the door.

 

 

 

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