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April 8, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm AEST
Saturday, 8th April, 7.30pm
Walter Baker Hall, 100 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy
Tickets available from:
- The Central Coast Conservatorium. Telephone: 4324 7477,
- from choir members or
- at the door.
Adults: $30 Concession: $27 Children: free
In this first concert in the 2017 season the Central Coast Philharmonia invite you to put aside the stresses of life and be captured by the beauty of musical miniatures. The main work is the beautiful Missa Brevis in F (K192) by Mozart, an elegant and wonderfully structured work for choir, soloists, organ and strings. Other composers represented will include Schubert and Elgar.
The Central Coast Philharmonia returns to the intimate Walter Baker Hall, Woy Woy for our Miniatures concert. Whilst the main work is the beautiful Missa Brevis in F (K192) by Mozart, Musical Director, Philip Rees OAM, has also included some astonishing contemporary arrangements as well. The Walter Baker Hall is directly across Blackwall Road from the beautiful St John the Baptist Church. It is right in the heart of Woy Woy with its ample parking within an easy flat, walk to the venue and range of good affordable eateries. Why not make a night of it?
Our soprano soloist for Miniatures is Hannah Greenshields – an extraordinary young woman by any measure. She has performed at many world class venues including the Sydney Opera House, Adelaide Festival Centre, Government House and in the Vatican. Hannah is currently preparing the role of Fresquita in Central Coast Opera’s upcoming production of Carmen.
Read a recent newspaper article about The amazing Hannah Greenshields
Our alto soloist for Miniatures is the wonderful Angelique Tot. Angelique is currently preparing the title role of Carmen for Central Coast Opera. Here’s your chance to hear Angelique first in the boutique setting of the Walter Baker Hall. She is a young up and coming classical singer and is currently studying a Bachelor of Music (Honours) and Bachelor of Education at UNSW. Angelique has considerable concert and musical theatre experience. Highlights include, Soprano soloist in Vivaldi’s Gloria and Helene in Sweet Charity.
Our tenor soloist for the Central Coast Philharmonia’s upcoming Miniatures concert is the extremely popular and talented Warren Fisher. We all know that Warren is one of Australia’s most charismatic tenors. Graduating with a Music Education degree from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 1995, Warren has been singing professionally since 1999. With Opera Australia, Warren has had over 20 roles and covers, and 35 operas in the chorus to his credit.