JAZZ HARP SUMMER! Basics for advanced and Intermediate pedal/lever harp
Sunday January 19 – 10am-4pm
14 Forest St, Trentham
Bring harp (no stairs)
Mary Doumany will introduce jazz chords, rhythms and progressions
Info and RSVP on email@example.com
Plus how to dampen and articulate for various styles ( funk, R&B, pop etc).
Vego Lunch Included. ( gluten free also)
Italian harpist Elisabetta Ghebbioni is professor of harp at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Music in Venice and has performed with institutions across Italy, including the orchestras of the Fenice and La Scala opera houses. She has appeared in Ballarat with the Trio Leonardo for the Organs of the Ballarat Goldfields festival.
The glorious sounds of Ghebbioni on harp combine with the sweet tones of violinist Nicci Dellar, violist Lawrie Jacks, and cellist Miriam Kriss as they present a romantic program including works by Edward Elgar, Camille Saint-Saëns, Nikolaus Moritz Mostler and Heitor Villa-Lobos.
Ballarat Art Gallery, 15 October 2019, 7.30 pm
For more information and tickets – https://artgalleryofballarat.com.au/gallery_events/elisabetta-ghebbioni-and-friends/
Frances Thiele is running a lever harp workshop on Sunday 22 September in Kyneton. She will teach a selection of traditional tunes for lever harp while also imparting some harp technique basics including hand position, fingering and placement to improve your playing. She will also demonstrate some approaches to analysing music so learning new pieces is a joy not a drudge!
All levels welcome. Please bring your own harp. If you want to come along but don’t have a harp please contact Fran. Tea and Coffee will be available at the venue. You can either bring your own lunch or walk down to the lovely Piper St in Kyneton to enjoy lunch at one of the many eateries in town. Parking is off street but plentiful. Enter the venue off Yaldwyn St W. You are welcome to drive into the church grounds to unload your harp before parking.
Date: Sunday 22 September 10am – 3pm
Venue: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, Corner of Powlett and Yaldwyn Street W, Kyneton, VICTORIA. Entrance gate is off Yaldwyn Street W.
Tickets are available online before the event: https://www.trybooking.com/BFALJ
or you can pay at the door on arrival.
For further information about the workshop please email Fran at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Fran please visit: https://leverharpsareawesome.com or https://www.facebook.com/leverharpsareawesome
Next month on Sunday 8th September at 2pm, harpist Marshall McGuire will be performing in the third and final recital of the Albury Chamber Music Festival concert series. Marshall will perform in the beautiful St Matthew’s Church in central Albury and will perform European and Australian works for harp.
Tickets can be bought online or at the door – $40 for an adult, $30 for a concession and $10 for students/under 18s (with ID). See below for the link:
Concert Series Manager Claire Higgins would love any harp or indeed any classical music enthusiasts to attend the concert, but also consider going to the festival event itself, which is now in its fourth year. The 2019 Albury Chamber Music Festival will run from 15-17th November and presents seven concerts over three days. It’s a great opportunity to hear wonderful classical music in beautiful venues, in the border region. There are plenty of accommodation options in Albury and Wodonga, or in outlying regional towns like Rutherglen, Yackandandah and Beechworth. There are also plenty of wineries around, as the district is known for its wine making and fine produce – Milawa Cheese being one example!
Festival tickets are on sale now, including a discounted festival pass option: https://alburyentertainmentcentre.com.au/whatson/albury-chamber-music-festival-2019
Harps in the Forest on Sunday
~ harp fun for one day, inside and outdoors with good food and company!~
June 2 – 11 am to 3pm
14 Forest St Trentham
An All Abilities day for harpists interested in improvising, composing and learning from others. We will be doing as much as possible outside by the pond, or in the forest.
Your facilitator is Mary Doumany. Mary will take 2 workshops on how to compose using simple nifty patterns and how to play rhythms from around the world!!
Soup lunch provided!
Cost – $115 / $105 concession
RSVP: May 25 at email@example.com