Jazz Evening with legendary trumpet and flugelhorn player, Billy Burton with vocalists Gregg Arthur and Virna Sanzone , Johnny Nicol (guitar/vocal), Peter Locke (keyboard), Craig Scott (bass) and James McCaffrey (drums).
Accent Strings – Monique Irik and Jane Stanley (violins), Daniel Williams (viola) and Emily Palethorpe (cello). The concert’s first half comprised ten baroque and classical favourites beginning with Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from the Oratorio Solomon by Handel; the concert’s second half commenced with the popular Meditation from the opera Thaϊs by Massenet and concluded with Habanera from Bizet’s Carmen Suite.
Gliss Flute & Harp – Lisa Osmialowski (flute), Azumi Lehmann (harp), Ella Brinch (viola) performing music by Ibert, Fauré, Debussy, Bizet, Puccini and Satie.
Pianist John Martin and cellist Susan Blake performing solos and duets by Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Peter Sculthorpe, Ann Carr-Boyd AM, Enrique Granados, Manuel de Falla and John Martin.
Alf & Pearl Pollard Memorial Awards for Performance Excellence held in association with Sydney Eisteddfod. Ten of the most outstanding instrumentalists aged 11-15 from the 2018 Eisteddfod. Performances are followed by an audience vote and the awarding of prizes.
Cantorion Sydney Male Voice Choir with Musical Director/tenor soloist Ben Oxley, soprano soloist Samanta Lestavel, bass baritone soloist David Watson, accompanist Mavis Wang and compere Greg Bell. The audience enjoyed a diversity of choral music ranging from Welsh folk songs including the Welsh Traditional All through the Night, to a South African Folk song, some traditional American Gospel music and more.