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MOSMAN CONCERT SERIES PRESENTS THE MOSMAN MESSIAH: 21st December at 7:00pm
– Blessed Sacrament, 62 Church Bradley’s Head Road, Mosman
Please join Mosman Concert Series for its famous Mosman Messiah. Hear your favourite Arias and Choruses from Handel’s loved Messiah performed by soloists Donna Balson, Clare Heuston, Brett Weymark OAM and Leon Vitogiannis conducted by Dr Jim Coyle with the Gagliano Ensemble and the Coyle Choristers. Stay for a glass of Christmas cheer and a chat to the performers after the hour’s concert.
Adults $40, Concessions $30, Children FREE, Cash tickets at the door. Wheelchair accessible
http://mosmanconcertseries.org/

HEARTS Jazz Jam: 29th November 7:30pm – The Regent Theatre, Richmond.
Showcasing local artists and talent on the beautiful stage of the iconic Regent Theatre (the HEART of the Hawkesbury), this monthly event is open to all players of all ages and stages. This last Jam for the year is BOSSAVEMBER, with a spotlight on bossanova and all things Latin!
The Jam is a family-friendly opportunity to support a local venue and form a community audience for emerging talent, as well as established players who wish to mentor artists exploring the rich repertoire of jazz and blues.
HEARTS is The Hawkesbury Entertainers and Artists Regional Theatre Society was formed by local artists, musicians, venue owners and small businesses in the hospitality industry to revive live music in this region. It is dedicated to providing paid work for artists, create and co-create events for the community and mentor and support emerging talent of all ages and stages.
Check https://www.facebook.com/heartshawkesbury/

SING ALONG MESSIAH CHORUSES: 25th November 3:00pm – St Andrews Anglican Church, Lane Cove
LCM churches is hosting a Community event to singalong number of choruses of Handel’s Messiah. Starting at 3pm in Lane Cove on Saturday, with parking across the road at The Canopy, and afternoon tea will be served. This is a chance to sing or listen to the glorious music of Handel and the background to the text, with a short explanation before each chorus is sung.  This is for anyone who has sung Messiah or wants to practice for upcoming performance or just luxuriate in the wonderful words and music.  
Check www.LCMChurches.org.au/events

Tuesday Lunchtime Recital Series: 21st November 1:15pm – St Paul’s Church 205 -207 Burwood Road, Burwood
The Wind Quintet from the NSW Police Band will perform works by Jacques Ibert, Joachim Linckelman and Gyorgy Ligeti. The quintet comprises flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn. The band’s director is John Saunders.
Entry is by donation via the north door of the St Paul’s Anglican Church, Burwood. The church opens at 1.00pm for a 1.15pm start. Bus routes 464 and 418 have stops opposite the Church or in the other direction half a block away. Parking available in side streets
This our final recital for 2023. Thank you for your support. The first recital in 2024 will feature pianist Dono, Ng on Tuesday 20th February at 1.15pm

St Luke’s Young Organists Series: 18th November 3:00pm – St Luke’s Church 11 Stanmore Road, Enmore
On Saturday, 18 November 2023 at 3pm, Bailey Yeates, winner of the Open Section of the Sydney Organ Competition last month, performs works by J S Bach, Buxtehude, Vaughan Williams and Widor on the heritage-listed 1883 Wordsworth and Maskell Pipe Organ.
Seating unreserved | No booking required | Donations to fund the recitalists fee
The St Luke’s Young Organists Series is an occasional series of recitals by local young and emerging organ scholars and organists.

Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra present BRASS BONANZA tomorrow (Sunday 23rd) at 3pm.

The KPO’s brass section and conductor Paul Terracini perform a feast of fabulous repertoire for brass ensemble, featuring works by Strauss, Bach, Debussy and Paul Terracini.

St Ives Uniting Church, Corner Douglas St & Mona Vale Rd, St Ives. A FREE Concert – Donations are welcome. For more info, visit www.kpo.org.au