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3pm Sunday 18 July 2021

Flutissimo presents

"Mozart and Friends"

St Cuthbert's Anglican Church
Darlington Road (cnr Hillsden Road), Darlington

The historic St Cuthbert's Anglican Church in Darlington will again be the venue for another enjoyable Sunday afternoon concert, featuring delightful classical chamber music for flute, violin, viola and cello.

The programme includes quartets by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) and three of his friends: Johann Baptist Wendling (1723-1797), first flautist of the renowned Mannheim Court Orchestra; Friedrich Hartmann Graf (1727-1795), music director and flautist at Augsburg; and Ignaz Pleyel (1757-1831), whose quartets Mozart greatly admired.

Artists for this performance are Emily Gunson (flute), with W. A. Symphony Orchestra principals Zak Rowntree (violin), Alex Brogan (viola) and Eve Silver (cello), who have all appeared regularly in concerts in the Perth Hills, including the Summer Mozart Festival with the W. A. Mozarteum.

Programme

Mozart - Quartet in A major, K.298
Wendling - Quartet in D major, GUN 23 no.3
Graf - Quartet no.1 in G major
Pleyel - Quartet in G major, op.56 no.2

Artists 

Emily Gunson - flute
Zak Rowntree - violin
Alex Brogan - viola
Eve Silver - cello

Admission

$39 / $34 concessions & seniors.

Please note: reserved numbered seating.
As seating is limited, advance booking is essential.
Bookings should be made by phone, with payment via credit card, internet banking, or cheque / postal order.
Door sales will be available unless sold out.
In the event of a forced cancellation, this concert will be re-scheduled, and bookings will be automatically carried over.

Booking & enquires phone 9574 1591.


3pm Sunday 1 August 2021

Emanuel Ensemble presents

Beethoven 250th Anniversary Series

Celebrating the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), this special ongoing concert series explores chamber music by the young Beethoven and his lesser known contemporaries, for a variety of interesting instrumental combinations.

"Master, Teacher, Pupil"

Eileen Joyce Studio
University of Western Australia

The programme includes Beethoven’s delightful sonata for flute and piano; an enchanting trio for harp with flute and cello by his teacher Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809); and a romantic trio by his brilliant piano pupil Ferdinand Ries (1784-1838).

This concert features Yi-Yun Loei, equally accomplished as a virtuoso on both harp and piano, with Emily Gunson (flute) and Melinda Forsythe (cello).

Programme

Beethoven - Sonata in B-flat major, for flute and piano
Albrechtsberger - Partita in C major, for harp, flute and cello
Ries - Trio in E-flat major, op.63, for piano, flute and cello

Artists 

Emily Gunson - flute
Melinda Forsythe - cello
Yi-Yun Loei - harp and piano

Admission

$39 / $34 concessions & seniors.

Please note:
As seating is limited, advance booking is essential.
Bookings should be made by phone, with payment via credit card, internet banking, or cheque / postal order.
Door sales will be available unless sold out.
In the event of a forced cancellation, this concert will be re-scheduled, and bookings will be automatically carried over.

Booking & enquires phone 9574 1591.


Fan mail

"Wonderful to see you all ‘live’ again — long May it last!" Fiona, from Forrestfield (Concert, 13 June 2021)

"I have thought so much of you all over the course of this year [2020], and have missed so terribly the wonderful concerts that you give! I feel so blessed for the years of inspirational music, and the careful presentation of these composers - bringing us music otherwise rarely heard. I do thank you, and hope that perhaps in the not-too-distant future that we may again experience more beautiful concerts from you all!" Yvonne, from Maylands (has been attending our concerts since 2001)