South West Music in Deniliquin will announce the 2013 concert series performers this Friday.CASS SAVELLIS February 14, 2013 4:23am
South West Music (SWM) will launch its popular concert series for 2013 this Friday night, and reveal who this year’s performers will be.
The launch will be held at the SWM conservatorium, at 365 George St, Deniliquin, starting at 7pm.
Guests will be entertained by SWM teachers and students, including the Deniliquin trio Café Noir which consists of Chris Bodey, Delena Gaffney and Danielle O’Keefe.
There is a chance to purchase a discounted ticket to the concert series, which will host three shows at various Deniliquin locations with one each held in March, June and August.
‘‘The Concert Committee has always strived to surprise the audience with some unusual and memorable venues and this year the theme is ‘historic buildings’,’’ SWM acting director Cheryl Fuller said.
‘‘The Multi Arts Centre is such a perfect performance space with great acoustics and beautiful architecture, our series will begin here on Friday, March 15.
‘‘The two remaining concerts will take place in historic homesteads — ‘Laverstock’ on Friday June 21 and ‘Chippenham Park’ on Saturday August 17.’’
The schedule of performers for the three concerts will be announced at the launch on Friday night and Mrs Fuller expects they will be popular.
‘‘As usual we will bring a range of musical styles to the town delivered by world class musicians.
‘‘The secret will be out come Friday.
‘‘Details of the Bush Concert Series will also be announced on Friday night.’’
The Bush Concert Project focuses on bringing performers to outlying towns and this year SWM have about 10 concerts planned for the region.
Both the Deniliquin Concert Series and The Bush Concert Project are joint projects with South West Arts and are funded by Arts NSW.
For more information contact Cheryl Fuller at SWM on 5881
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