A Little Lunch Music 2012

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A Little Lunch Music 2012

City Recital Hall Angel Place and Kathryn Selby present the popular A Little Lunch Music series – diverse monthly concerts featuring some of Australia’s finest musicians
Monday 20 February to Friday 14 December 2012
City Recital Hall Angel Place

A Little Lunch Music 2012 is a series of spectacular 50-minute monthly concerts from Monday 20 February until Friday 14 December.
Showcasing magnificent music and esteemed artists, A Little Lunch Music 2012 is an opportunity to relax and go behind the music with some of Australia’s finest musicians including multi-award winning cellist Clancy Newman, internationally acclaimed classical accordionist James Crabb, the popular Matt Keegan Trio jazz group, Principal Cello of the Australian Chamber Orchestra Timo-Veikko Valve, Principal Viola of the Sydney Symphony Tobias Breider, and former BBC Scottish Concertmaster Elizabeth Layton.
Each month City Recital Hall Angel Place and Selby & Friends present a new concert with a different set of works and new artists for only $15 a ticket.
All concerts commence at 12.30pm.
A Little Lunch Music 2012
Monday 20 February: Clancy Newman & Kathryn Selby. Multi award-winning cellist Clancy Newman returns with series Artistic Director Kathryn Selby for a showcase of cello/piano duos.
Tuesday 20 March: Gerard Willems & Beethoven. Beethoven specialist Gerard Willems explores the mysteries of the “Appassionata”.
Thursday 26 April: James Crabb. An introduction to the classical accordion and its amazing sound, demonstrated with a diverse repertoire from the Baroque period to the 21st Century.
Monday 28 May: Brahms Piano Quartet in G Minor Elizabeth Layton (violin), Tobias Breider (viola), Timo-Veikko Valve (cello) & Kathryn Selby (piano). An exploration of this masterwork by four of our most impressive musicians.
Tuesday 12 June: New Sydney Wind Quintet & Kathryn Selby. Leading members of Sydney Symphony form Australia’s premiere wind quintet and present a gorgeous program of favourites with Kathryn Selby.
Tuesday 17 July: Emerging Artists (formerly Rising Stars). A wonderful opportunity to be inspired by outstanding stars of the future.
Friday 31 August: Matt Keegan Trio combines three of Sydney’s most popular and talented jazz musicians who will perform a stunning program of engaging original music from a diverse range of musical influences.
Tuesday 18 September: Sydney University Symphony Orchestra presents a joyous program of Mozart with Kathryn Selby.
Thursday 4 October: Flinders Quartet. Schubert’s glorious string quartet “Death and the Maiden” is highlighted by this dynamic ensemble from Melbourne.
Wednesday 14 November: Ensemble Offspring. Fusing clarinet, bass clarinet, marimba, claves and voice this eclectic and appealing program features works by much loved Australian composers Ross Edwards, Elena Kats-Chernin and Andrew Ford.
Friday 14 December: Dr V’s Swing Thing returns for a special Christmas spin on jazz favourites!

Location: City Recital Hall Angel Place, 2-12 Angel Place, Sydney
Tickets: $15
Bookings: (02) 8256 2222 or www.cityrecitalhall.com
Information: www.cityrecitalhall.com

Artists, dates and programs subject to change without notice

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  • Between Monday 20 February and Friday 14 December from 12.30 to 13.30


City Recital Hall, Martin Place between George & Pitt Streets Angel Place Sydney 2000 Venue details



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City Recital Hall Angel Place
City Recital Hall Angel Place Box Office
02 8256 2222

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Wynyard and Martin Place train stations are 5 minutes walk from Angel Place. All buses to and from Circular Quay stop nearby on George Street or Pitt Street

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City Recital Hall, Martin Place between George & Pitt Streets Angel Place Sydney 2000


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