‘Rising stars’ take the stage at Wesley

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THIS week’s “Wednesday Lunchtime Live” concert at Wesley Music Centre features a line-up of rising music stars on the local pre-tertiary musical scene.

Wesley Music Centre
Wesley Music Centre

They will be playing a varied program that ranges from Bach and Handel to Tchaikovsky and Brahms to Manuel de Falla.

Abbey Kellett on oboe, Candice Liu and Rachel Towson, Jenny Kain and Vivian Zhu on piano, Lily Bryant on flute, Andrew Towson on French horn, Bernice Chua on cello, Donica Tran on violin, Owen Elliott on classical guitar and Samantha Howitt on recorder.

Wesley suggests that if you come you’ll be “among those who can boast in the future to have heard these young performers at the dawn of promising careers!

“Rising Stars”, Wesley Music Centre, Wednesday June 17, 12.40-1.20pm Entry – Paper note, concession $5. Refreshments $2. Tickets at the door.

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