Amateur Chamber Music Society Inc.
General description of Kirribilli concerts.   Venue.   Program.   Future concerts.

The next concert at the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, 16 Fitzroy St Kirribilli, will be on Sunday 8 August 2004 at 5pm.
Note: 2nd, NOT 1st, Sunday of the month.


DOPPLER Franz and Karl Hungarian Fantasy Op 35
with Cathy Fraser and Cathy Wainwright flutes, Gail Earl piano

FAURE Piano Quartet No 2 Op 45
with Nick Stokes piano, Vania Chan violin, Susan Khouri viola, Alyson Broadfoot cello

HANDEL Trio Sonata No 16 in G minor
with Peggy Nelson and Caroline Slaytor cellos and Reena Cheng piano

BOZZA Scherzo for Wind Quintet Op 48 (one movement) and
ARNOLD Three Shanties for Wind Quintet (three movements)
with Cathy Fraser flute, Caroline Fargher oboe, Stephanie Whitmont clarinet, Paula Phillips french horn, Petrina Slaytor bassoon

Concert Organiser: Petrina Slaytor


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 (more detail) 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 Milsons Point wharf on Sundays. 

Members, if you have a group that would like to perform at Kirribilli, please contact the organiser (see below - 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 Concerts

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