Virtuoso guitar at Wesley tomorrow

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TOMORROW’S “Wednesday Lunchtime Live” concert at Wesley features classical guitarists Andrew Blanch & Callum Henshaw.

Andrew Blanch
Andrew Blanch
Callum Henshaw
Callum Henshaw

Recent winner of the ANU School of Music’s Whitworth Roach Classical Music Performance Competition, Blanch and former Cordoba International Guitar Competition winner Henshaw will each perform solo, then join to play a set of spectacular guitar duos.

Among the works chosen will be duets by Australian composers Phillip Houghton, Nigel Westlake and Brazilian composer Paulo Bellinati.

“ Duo Guitars: Andrew Blanch & Callum Henshaw”. Wesley Music Centre, tomorrow 12.40-1.20pm Wednesday, October 28, Entry $5 or donation. Refreshments $2, no bookings required.

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