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Chamber ensemble returns to Sandgate

Arioso Chamber Ensemble will perform in Sandgate Town Hall on April 30. Photo: contributed
Arioso Chamber Ensemble will perform in Sandgate Town Hall on April 30. Photo: contributed

ARIOSO Chamber Ensemble is returning to Sandgate to offer a special afternoon of chamber music on Sunday, April 30.

Designed to transport the soul and delight the senses, the 'Music for A While' program of Baroque music will include three of Telemann's Moralische Kantaten, an exhilarating Tartini violin sonata and gorgeous Barriere cello sonata in addition to works by Purcell, Schop and Phillips.

Arioso Chamber Ensemble features Hungarian soprano Judit Molnár and Baroque instrumentalists Margaret Caley (violin), Belinda Manwaring (cello) and Janet Brewer (harpsichord).

The ensemble performed at the Music By The Sea Festival in 2012 and Judit performed at the festival again in January.

Arioso regularly performs around south east Queensland. In 2016 the ensemble performed to critical acclaim at the New England Bach Festival in Armidale NSW.

Individually each artist has played throughout Europe or Asia.

The concert will be held in Sandgate Town Hall at 2.30pm on April 30.

Tickets are available at the door for cash sales only.

For further information or to book online visit www.ariosochamberensemble.com or phone 54468128.

Topics:  arioso chamber ensemble music by the sea sandgate town hall


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