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Choir of St Andrew’s Cathedral
Mosman Concert Series is excited to present for the first time, the magnificent Choir of St Andrew’s Cathedral when they perform works by John Rutter, Gordon Jacob, Edward Elgar and JS Bach under the direction of Mr Ross Cobb.
Hear this wonderful 40-piece Choir in the beautiful acoustics of Blessed Sacrament Church.
Stay after the hour’s concert for a chat and a glass of sparkling with the performers.
When: 26 May 2.30pm
Where: Blessed Sacrament, 62 Church Bradley’s Head Road, Mosman
Tickets: $25 – $30, at the door
Wheelchair accessible

The Space Between the Stars
Musicus Medicus, The NSW Doctors Orchestra, conducted by Joanna Drimatis, and featuring pianist Daniel Rojas as soloist, presents its annual fundraising concert at the Concourse Concert Hall Chatswood, in aid of Sydney Eisteddfod and the Daniel Ferguson LGMD Foundation.
The great program of music includes works by local composers Ella Macens and Daniel Rojas, with Bernstein’s West Side Story Symphonic Dances.
When: Sunday 26 May 2.30pm
Where: Concourse Concert Hall, Chatswood

Tuesday Lunchtime Recital Series
This recital will feature violin students of Dr Goetz Richter from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music accompanied by Dono Ng.    
This week’s concert features Connie Yang performing Tchaikovsky’s Allegro Moderato Violin Concerto in D major op 35, Sierra Sharman, Korngold’s Moderato Nobile from Violin Concerto D major op 35, Jessica Ma performing Vieuxtemps’ Concerto a minor op 37 and Yue Zheng Paganini’s. Allegro Maestoso, Concerto D major op 6.
Former performers are currently overseas involved in postgradaute studies in America and in Europe. Come along and enjoy!
The Church is about a ten minute walk form Burwood Railway station. Bus routes 464 and 418 have stops nearby. Parking is available in side streets as well as Burwood Road.
Where: St Paul’s Church 205-207 Burwood Road. Burwood
When: 21 May at 1.15pm
Admission is by donation at the door.
For more information contact [email protected]

Mosman Uniting Church Parkinson’s Choir 
The choir has just launched a series of weekly meetings on Thursday mornings for people with Parkinson’s, their partners and carers and friends. This is a great chance to keep the voice and breathing strong and enjoy singing together. Open to the community at large. Come and sing with them! 
When: Thusday 16 May at 10.30am 
Where: Mosman Uniting Church Belmont Road Mosman 
Tickets: $10

Sister Acts – And There Were More
TND Entertainment presents another Nostalgia Hour at the Jannali Coffee Station.
Following the presentation of a number of sister groups from yesteryear in May of 2023, TND Entertainment presents Sister Acts – And there Were More featuring an additional nine, generally less well-known, sister groups of yesteryear.
Hear some terrific, and perhaps forgotten, sister acts and songs of yesteryear. There will be some music trivia with free coffees to be won.
When: Saturday 18 May at 10.30am
Where: Jannali Coffee Station, opposite Jannali railway station
Free entry, come and go as you please

Piano Concert: The World of Children
A concert of piano solos and duets to remind us of the world of children: music written by children and for children, and music picturing children’s life, games and interests. Composers include Bach, Mozart, Schumann, Debussy, Tchaikovsky, and Bizet. Performers are Paul Weaver and Christopher Wagstaff.

Works include Debussy’s Children’s Corner, selections from Schumann’s Scenes from Childhood, Bizet’s Children’s Games, and Roger Quilter’s Children’s Overture, and even the Teddy Bears’ Picnic.
Donations invited to Rough Edges ministry around Kings Cross.
When: 26 May at 2pm
Where: St.Alban’s Parish Hall, 3 Pembroke Street, Epping
No booking is required.

Noel Coward Tribute by John Martin for the National Trust Heritage Festival
Join this extraordinarily diverse musician – solo pianist, accompanist and composer, John Martin, as he combines acting, poetry, music and singing to give you a delicious glimpse into the world of Noel Coward, for an entertainment that will live in your heart.
Songs include Don’t Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs Worthington, Bar on the Piccola Marina, The Stately Homes of England and London Pride.
When: Tuesday 7 May 1pm
Where: Sutherland Uniting Church Auditorium, Merton and Flora Streets Sutherland
Tickets: $15 (Cash only for door sales)

Chamber Music: Up close and personal
Step into the iconic Hayes Street Studio, nestled just steps up the road from Neutral Bay Ferry to hear some of the most talented classical musicians from Australia, up close and personal.
Book your ticket for an amazing night of music for chamber music! Featuring Rosie Gallagher on flute, Tiger Chou on bassoon, Clare Fox on clarinet, Sydney Braunfeld on French horn and Phoebe Xu on oboe, Hayes Street presents a unique opportunity to hear these instruments up close and personal.

The program will feature a dynamic variety of repertoire including the dynamic Red Clay and Mississippi Delta by Valerie Coleman, some charming Rossini, the beloved Poulenc clarinet sonata and plenty of other interesting works along the way. Don’t miss this one!
When: Friday 10 May 7pm
Where: Hayes Street Studio, 11 Hayes Street, Neutral Bay
Tickets: $15 -$35

The Sutherland Acoustic Club presents Kejafi.
Kejafi brings Australian modern Celtic music to their performance with their musical homes in the traditional music of Scotland and Ireland. The band’s newly released second album “The Road” includes a captivating blend of modern, original instrumental compositions, alongside a rich selection of Australian, Scottish, and Gaelic songs.
When: Thursday 9 May 7.30pm
Where: Tradies Gymea, Manchester Road and The Kingsway, Gymea.
Tickets: $20 cash only at the door.

Hawkesbury Entertainers & Artists Regional Theatre Society – Open Mic / Jam Evening
Get yourself on the Play List, make sure you have the right music and rock up to the fabulous Sonic Lounge where we will be jamming the evening away from 7.30pm with our very own HEARTS House Band.
Richmond Club
When: Wednesday 27 March at 7:30pm
Where: The Sonic Lounge at The Richmond Club, Richmond
Tickets: Free Entry
For musician sign-up information or event info click here.

– 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

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.