September 2006



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1 Fri

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Donation


6pm Mary Immaculate, Victoria St, Waverley
David Kinsela plays a program of Buxtehude
Donation Enquiries: 02 9361 5966


2 Sat


3 Sun

3.30pm Great Hall, University of Sydney recital Program info Free Admission
Amy Johansen (Organ)


3pm - 4pm St Stephen's, Willoughby, 211 Willoughby Road, Chatswood

Hill, Norman & Beard 1928/1968 3/24

Enquiries 02 9415 1727 $5 / $2

Heather Moen-Boyd (Scots Kirk, Mosman) playing music of Bach, Koehne, Liszt, Fletcher, Saint-Saëns, Bossi and Walton.


1.45pm St Patrick's, Church Hill
Grosvenor St, Sydney
Ruffatti 2004 M 2/22

Adrian Bendt (Violin) directing the Choir of St Patrick's.

Enquiries 02 9871 0825 $5



2.30pm St Mary's Cathedral Crypt
Bellsham 1986 M 2/9
Anthony Heinrichs (Trumpet), Lindy montgomery (Soprano), Peter Kneeshaw (Organ).
Works by Handel, Scarlatti, Stanley, Hertel, Fauré, Vivaldi, Bach/Gounod, Yon.
Enquiries 0412 098 889 - $15 / $10


4 Mon


5 Tue


6 Wed

1.15pm - 1.45pm St James', King St lunchtime recital More info Donation



1.10-1.50pm Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Macquarie St

Free Lunchbreak Organ Recital featuring students of the Organ Studies Unit.
Pogson/SIOC 1973/2001 M 3/37

Enquiries 02 99351 1263


7 Thu


8 Fri

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Donation



6.30pm St Aloysius College, Milsons Point

Corrette Organ Concerto CD launch

A new Compact Disc of the complete organ concertos by Michel Corrette recorded will be launched during a concert at St Aloysius College, Milsons Point on Friday 8 September, 6.30 pm. This recording features Pastor de Lasala playing the College's fine Létourneau organ and accompanied by alumni - past and present - of the College. The organ concertos, edited and published by Pastor de Lasala, celebrate the 250th anniversary of their original publication. This recording of the concertos is unique in that the works are presented for the first time partly as solo works and partly with instrumental accompaniment.

Another unique feature of this CD is the world première recording of excerpts from Corrette's 3rd organ book, also of 1756. Also that evening will be the first Australian performance of Louis Vierne's little known Cantique à St Louis de Gonzague sung by members of the St Aloysius College Senior School Choir.

Proceeds of the sale of the CD will go towards the Dr Anthony Wallington Memorial Scholarship.

Venue:

St Aloysius College Chapel
47 Upper Pitt St
Milsons Point.

Tickets will be available at the door on the night.

Family (parents and children)$20
Adults: $10
Children:$5

For details, contact Murray Happ (02) 9936 5561 or <murray.happ@staloysius.nsw.edu.au>


9 Sat

6.00pm - 7.00pm 2MBS-FM Organ Music Society Radio Program 102.5MHz Program details


7.30pm Lindfield Uniting Church, cnr Tryon and Nelson Streets, Lindfield

Australian Pipe Organs rebuild - 2001 EP 3/39

The Jerusalem Passion - a modern Classical oratorio by Queenslander Murray Wylie.
Enquiries: 02 9880 2457 $20 / $15


10 Sun

3pm Strathfield Uniting Church, Carrington Ave, Strathfield
David Kinsela plays a program of Buxtehude
Donation Enquiries: 02 9361 5966


11 Mon


12 Tue


13 Wed

1.15pm - 1.45pm St James', King St lunchtime recital More info Donation


14 Thu

1.00pm - 1.40pm Pitt St, Uniting Church lunchtime recital More info Free



11am St Luke's, Stanmore Rd, Enmore Wordsworth & Maskell 1883 M 2/11

A pleasant morning with friends gathering for morning tea, followed by a recital at 11.30am and lunch (RSVP) at 12 noon.
Enquiries: 02 9519 7428


15 Fri

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Donation


16 Sat

Sydney Junior and Intermediate Organ Competition

10.00am Christ Church St Laurence, George St, Railway Square, Sydney
Hill & Son 1891 M 3/28

6.30pm - 7.30pm 2MBS-FM Organ Music Society Radio Program 102.5MHz Theatre Organ - Seriously Program details


17 Sun

2pm Orion Centre Campsie, Theatre Organ Society of Australia (NSW Div) Inc
Silent movies with Australia's leading Silents accompanist DAVID JOHNSTON — rare treat!
Enquiries: 02 9629 2257 - $22 / 20


1pm St Stephen's Anglican Church, 189 Church Street, Newtown
Walker & Sons 1874 2/18M

Stuart Watkins - Organ

Enquiries 0414 477 877 Donation $5


18 Mon


19 Tue

6.30pm Sydney Grammar School

Mander 2004 M 2/21

Enquiries 02 9332 5895 Free entry

Colin Andrews (UK/USA) plays:
Royal Fanfares (Bliss), Psalm Prelude (Howells), P & F in G (Bach), Variations de Concert (Bonnet), Ad nos (Liszt).


20 Wed

12.30pm Sydney Town Hall lunchtime recital. Free one hour concert More info

1.15pm - 1.45pm St James', King St lunchtime recital More info Donation


21 Thu


22 Fri

6.30pm - 7.30pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Donation

Please note change of time owing to a double booking of the cathedral.

Colin Andrews (UK/USA) will be performing.
Click here for program


7pm The Boys' Chapel, St Aloysius' College
47 Upper Pitt Street. Milsons Point
Phone enquiries to 9922 3695

Piotr Wilczynski (Associate professor of organ from the Warsaw Academy of Music) in recital.


23 Sat


24 Sun

3pm St Stephen's Anglican Church, Penrith

This year at St Stephen's Anglican Church Penrith is the centenary of the installation of the organ. It was the second organ built by Charles Jackson in 1874 and was purchased from St Luke's Anglican Church, Sussex Street, Sydney and installed in 1906.

This recital is by Brett McKern and includes the Cathedral Singers.

There will be a charge of $10 adults and $7 concession.

For further information please contact: Brenda Aldous at ststeves@tpg.com.au Phone: 4731 2516.


25 Mon

1.10 - 1.50pm Great Hall, University of Sydney recital Program info Free Admission
Amy Johansen (Organ)

Please note this recital has been cancelled at the last minute owing to a double booking of the Great Hall.


26 Tue


27 Wed

1.15pm - 1.45pm St James', King St lunchtime recital More info Donation


28 Thu


29 Fri

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Donation


30 Sat


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