The social network
for your suburb
Hollow Lands and Hilly Lands
The Central Coast Conservatorium presents an exciting line-up of local and international artists gathers to interpret original music introduced and presented by composer Adrian Bell. Adrian’s music will transport you through a host of moods, characters and colours.
He will sing Yeats’ The Song of Wandering Aengus and The Fiddler of Dooney, while his daughter Olivia (pic) will sing Blake’s The Lamb and The Tyger. Father and daughter come together for the duet Infant Joy.
The program’s newest work, Sonata for Viola and Piano, will feature Phillip Shovk on Piano.
The piece for solo cello, The Scorched Carpet – remembering Ibtihal, is a moving tribute to the artist, teacher and scholar Ibtihal Samarayi - an Iraqi refugee who used her extraordinary talents to convey to mainstream Australians what it is like to be an asylum seeker. Ibtihal was a resident of Ourimbah and very involved in the arts community at University of Newcastle. The piece will be performed by Hyung Suk Bae.
Hollow Lands and Hilly Lands is an opportunity to share delicious food, a glass of wine, a cup of tea or coffee with composer and performers in a relaxed, convivial atmosphere.
Adult $30 | Conc: $27 | Student: $15 | Child: Free
Who should attend:
If you have a love of new Australian music, classical or contemporary vocals this event is for you! Lovers of classical and choral music and fans of new contemporary theatre.
How to get there:
If you wish to use public transport to get to this venue, please visit Transport NSW.
Get the best out of your neighbourhood and discover more local events with nabo.com.au
Ratings & Reviews
Details may change at any time. Please verify with the event coordinator or venue before making plans or arrangements. If you see a mistake, report any inaccurate information here