Amateur Chamber Music Society Inc.
Concert description, Concert program, Future concert dates


The next concert at the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, 16 Fitzroy St Kirribilli, will be on
Sunday 16 May at 5pm.  (Note departure from usual date of first Sunday of the month.)


J.S. Bach Concert for Flute, Violin, Harpsichord and String Orchestra BWV 1044 in A Minor
with Flute - Alex Chervonsky, Violin - Bob Ma, Harpsichord - Nick Stokes; String quartet instead of the orchestra: Violins Natalie Adby and Andrew Thornley, Viola - Rebecca Pulley, Cello - Steve Meyer

Hindemith Sonata for Oboe and Piano (1938)
with Oboe - Merryn Horrocks, Piano - Nick Stokes

Brahms Two Songs (Op 91)
with voice - Reena Cheng, Cello - Steve Meyer, Piano - Halani Lloyd

J.S. Bach Cantata "Non sa che sia Dolore", BWV 209
with Voice - Reena Cheng, Flute - Alex Chervonsky, Violin 1 - Natalie Adby, Violin 2 - Andrew Thornley, Viola - Rebecca Pulley, Cello - Steve Meyer

Roussel Trio
with Flute - Alex Chervonsky , Viola - Rebecca Pulley, Cello - Steve Meyer

Concert Organiser: Alex Chervonsky


A $10 entry donation ($5 concession/seniors) is charged at the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre to raise funds for the Centre. Wine, juice and savouries are served after the concert.

Kirribilli Concerts

Experienced chamber music players who have a group together have the opportunity to perform at Kirribilli. These concerts are held several times a year at the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, commencing 5pm on Sunday afternoons (hence they are sometimes referred to as Sunset Concerts).  The venue is a heritage-listed sandstone building at 16-18 Fitzroy St, Kirribilli near the intersection with Jeffrey St, a 5-minute stroll from Milsons Point railway station.  (There are no ferries to the nearby McMahons Point wharf on Sundays.) 

Members, if you have a group that would like to perform at Kirribilli, please contact the organiser (see below #Future Concert Dates - use Membership Register for contact details).   Don't feel inhibited by lack of time to prepare the whole of a multi-movement work; our audiences will be happy to hear part of a work, such as a single movement!

Future Concert Dates for 2004:

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