Classical concerts ‘touch hearts’


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COMPOSITIONS by Bach, Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven will be played next month at two concerts by Peninsula Chamber Musicians.

The first concert is at Rosebud on Saturday 4 March, followed the next day with a performance in Mornington.

Formed in 2013, the Peninsula Chamber Musicians present “intimate chamber recitals” through to performing as an “energetic chamber orchestra”, committee president Anthony Poe said.

“The group seeks to touch the hearts of concert goers and inspire the next generation of performers.”

Mr Pope said primary and secondary school pupils and students can attend the “family friendly and engaging concerts free of charge”.

“PCM was born from the desire to create opportunities and a sense of place for peninsula-based classical musicians.”

The first concert starts at 2pm on Saturday 4 March in the All Saints Anglican Church, 1157 Point Nepean Rd, Rosebud followed by a second concert on Sunday 5 March at 2pm at Peninsula Community Theatre, Wilson Rd, Mornington. Adults $25, concession $20.


First published in the Southern Peninsula News – 21 February 2017


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