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June 2010





 


1 Tue


2 Wed


3 Thu

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Entry: Minimum $5


4 Fri


5 Sat

1.30pm for 2pm - Building on our Past - Pastor de Lasala (Organ) and Capella Sublima - Richard Perrignon
St John’s College, Sydney University
For catering purposes please register your interest development@stjohns.usyd.edu.au

Complimentary refreshments


6 Sun

ST STEPHEN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH
211 Mowbray Road, Chatswood

$5/$2

Hill Norman and Beard 1929/1968 3/24

Enquiries: 02 9415 1727


First Sundays at 3pm - 4pm with Afternoon Tea


Paul Edgar (Uniting Church, Kincumber)


7 Mon


8 Tue


9 Wed


10 Thu

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Entry: Minimum $5


11 Fri


12 Sat June

QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY WEEKEND RAMBLE

 

Organisation of a joint ramble on the long weekend 12th, 13th 14th June 2010 for members of OMSS and OSQ and all organophiles is well under way. It is intended to visit a number of organs in the New England area including Barraba, Inverell, Glen Innes and Armidale.

The ramble will begin at Barraba late Saturday morning and finish at Armidale Monday lunchtime.

A small levy will be made to cover the cost of a booklet and some meals.

Overnight accommodation will be required in Inverell on Saturday and Armidale on Sunday.

A list of recommended accommodation will be provided.

Interest in attending should be registered with the state secretary, Geoff Lloyd by 14th May.

Any inquiries may be directed to organizer David Cahill email: dj.cahill@bigpond.com


C O M B I N E D   O R G A N   R A M B L E

HILLS OF THE NORTH


Organ Society of Queensland and Organ Music Society of Sydney


QUEENS BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY WEEKEND

In the New England Region of New South Wales

12-14 June 2010


SATURDAY 12th June

11.00am Meet at Barraba,
St. Lawrence Anglican Church
52 Fitzroy Street, Barraba
* Morning tea

12.30pm * Finger food lunch
at local restaurant (drinks extra)

1.30pm Drive to Inverell
(127km - 1 ½ hours)

3.00pm Arrive Inverell
Check in at motels (suggestions follow)

4.00pm St. Andrew's Presbyterian

5.00pm St. Augustine's Anglican

6.30pm * Catered dinner at
Taylor Memorial Uniting Church

7.30pm Recital

8.30pm Supper and open console

Directions to St. Laurence's Church, Barraba:
from south –
enter from Manila along Queen Street
left into Rodney Street
right into Fitzroy Street

from north –
enter from Bingara over river
then immediate right into Fitzroy Street



5.00pm - 6.00pm 2MBS-FM Organ Music Society Radio Program 102.5MHz Program details

 


13 Sun

  C O M B I N E D   O R G A N   R A M B L E

HILLS OF THE NORTH


Organ Society of Queensland and Organ Music Society of Sydney


QUEENS BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY WEEKEND

In the New England Region of New South Wales

12-14 June 2010

 

Breakfast at accommodation
Morning free for worship/
travel to Glen Innes (67km)

11.00am Meet at Holy Trinity Anglican
Morning tea available (donation)

12.30pm Lunch by own arrangement

1.30pm Cameron Memorial Uniting Church

2.30pm Drive to Armidale
(102km – 1 ¼ hrs)

Check in accommodation on arrival

4.30pm Wesley Uniting Church

6.30pm for 7.00pm
Dinner at Squires Cottage Restaurant
Country Comfort Motel
(3 course $30 pp + drinks)

Please wear your Organ Society name
badge during the ramble

* meals included in ramble levy

 


14 Mon

  C O M B I N E D   O R G A N   R A M B L E

HILLS OF THE NORTH


Organ Society of Queensland and Organ Music Society of Sydney


QUEENS BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY WEEKEND

In the New England Region of New South Wales

12-14 June 2010



MONDAY 14th June

Breakfast at accommodation

9.00am St. Paul's Presbyterian

10.00am St. Peter's Anglican Cathedral
* Morning tea

11.30am Saints Mary and Joseph R.C. Cathedral
(generally quiet music required here)

pm Lunch by own arrangement, then departure for home.

A levy of $50 pp will be made to cover the cost of a booklet and meals as shown.

Overnight accommodation will be required in Inverell on Saturday and Armidale on Sunday.

Interest in attending needs to be registered with:
OSQ secretary: wayperd@bigpond.net.au
OMSS secretary: organsec@tpg.com.au
by 14th May.

Any inquiries may be directed to organizer
David Cahill email: dj.cahill@bigpond.com
or ph: 0417 720 152

Accomodation
Barraba Motel: ph 02 67821555

Inverell: RSM Club Motel: ph 1800 681 788

Cousins Motor Inn: 02 67223566

or Inverell Tourist Information Centre

Armidale: Country Comfort Motel
ph: 02 67728511

Abbotsleigh Motor Inn ph: 0267729488

or Armidale Tourist Information Centre


 


15 Tue


16 Wed


17 Thu

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Entry: Minimum $5


18 Fri


19 Sat

6.30pm - 7.00pm 2MBS-FM Organ Music Society Radio Program 102.5MHz Program details


20 Sun

2 - 3pm  Christ Church St Laurence, Sydney

Organ Recital Series on 3rd Sundays


Organist - Edward Theodore


Enquiries: 0430 372 990
Admission Free - donations welcome




1.30pm - Sydney Opera House

Selected HDOMS students perform at the Sydney Opera House: Suzuki Anniversary Gala Concert including a Haydn Organ Concerto, Karg-Elert’s Praise the Lord with Drums and Cymbals, Albinoni Adagio and BWV565 Toccata.
admin@suzukimusic.com.au


21 Mon


22 Tue

7.00 pm - Silents in the City: Autumn and Winter, at the Pitt Street Uniting Church

SUPPORT TRADEWINDS and EAST TIMOR PROJECT
264 Pitt Street Sydney Inquiries 0419 267 318
Film screenings commence 7 pm. Tickets $20/$15 concession and children

Silent Film Australia Ltd., presenter of Australia’s Silent Film Festival, and the Pitt Street Uniting Church are proud to host a season of restored silent film classics and live music to support Tradewinds and its not for profit project in East Timor

Australia’s Silent Film Festival is pleased to present monthly evening screenings of classic silent films in the city as a lead-up to the 2010 Festival in September.

David Bailey, the acclaimed young Australian theatre organist with many outstanding performances at GOMA silent film events in Brisbane, will be playing the Uniting Church’s 1910 Hill & Son organ for three of the five sessions, as outlined below. The other two screenings will be accompanied by internationally acclaimed pianist, Mauro Colombis, whose playing has already thrilled audiences at silent film festivals in Italy, and who has brought his special talents to Australia.

Each silent film, presented digitally every month from April to August 2010, is a classic melodrama of the 1920s, having become timeless over the decades due to its high quality of production and ever-popular themes.


Tuesday, June 22 at 7pm

Short: Voice of the Nightingale (1923) 13 minutes. Ladislaw Starewicz
This unique and beautiful short film was made in the old-fashioned style of hand-coloured frames, making it look like a watercolour picture book for children with birds, fairies and butterflies, and incorporating a lesson for a child why she shouldn’t keep a nightingale as a pet or toy.

Silent: The Bells, (1926) 68 minutes. David Bailey on organ
Filmed in a beautiful, historic setting, this film is based on an Edgar Allen Poe poem with legendary actor, Lionel Barrymore in a fine performance as the murderer-innkeeper with a very guilty conscience. Boris Karloff co-stars as a mesmerist, provoking the innkeeper’s guilty conscience. Chilling and suspenseful entertainment!



Tradewinds Fairtrade Organic coffees and teas available for nominal charge from 6.15pm each evening.

Enquiries 0419267318

www.ozsilentfilmfestival.com.au


23 Wed


24 Thu

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Entry: Minimum $5


25 Fri


26 Sat


27 Sun

2.30pm - David Kinsela: Music by Buxtehude
Uniting Church Strathfield
Enquiries 9361 5966


28 Mon


29 Tue


30 Wed

1.15pm - 1.45pm

Andrej Kouznetsov (Organist, St James')
St James’ King St Sydney

 



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