March – Music for Love and Laughter
An entertaining kaleidoscope of musical styles and moods, presented by pianist John Martin and violinist Victoria Jacono-Gilmovich, including the works of Brahms, Chopin, de Falla, Debussy, Kats-Chernin, Noel Coward, along with ragtime and jazz-era gems.
May – Andrew Rumsey and Thomas Azoury
Join Andrew Rumsey (piano) and Thomas Azoury (clarinet) for another night of musical delights and humorous anecdotes. Share an evening of laughs and virtuosity, as they perform some of the best known works of the romantic repertoire. The program will be brimming with lush harmonies, vivid colours and soaring melodies. Be swept away in an evening of stunning piano and clarinet music…with some special additions along the way
June – Romantic Bonbons
Virtuosic performers Janet Webb (flute) and Jocelyn Eddy Fazzone (piano) will present an evening of easy listening romantic works for flute and piano including Cécile Chaminade’s Concertino, Fauré’s Morceau de Concours and Pierre Camus’ Chanson et Badinerie. Come and be transported to a French Impressionist world for a relaxing and memorable evening….
August – Wollemi Quintet
The Wollemi Quintet is a vibrant, creative and engaging wind ensemble which was formed in 2020. They are passionate about performing classic repertoire as well as Australian compositions and lesser known works for wind quintet. Each member is currently studying at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and enjoys exploring the intricate and rewarding art of chamber performance …
October – Alf & Pearl Pollard Memorial Instrumental Awards for Performance Excellence
10 of the most outstanding solo instrumentalists between the ages of 12 and 15 years will be selected from the 2022 Sydney Eisteddfod for these awards. …
November – Cantorion Sydney Choir
Cantorion Sydney is a 35 strong male voice choir in the Welsh Tradition presenting a delightful repertoire of familiar, uplifting and often moving songs ranging from Classical to Traditional to Opera Choruses to Sacred and Christmas Music, with supporting soloists. Cantorion’s Musical Director is David Watson and their Accompanist is Mavis Wang. .