PENINSULA CHAMBER MUSICIANS

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What: Peninsula Chamber Musicians invite you to attend their first performance for 2016. Artistic Director Andrew Hall will lead the PCM Chamber Orchestra in a beautiful program of Mozart and Bach.

A Peninsula resident and Melbourne Symphony violinist, Hall will perform as soloist in Bach’s stunning Violin Concerto in A minor.

Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 draws on the rich timbres of 2 soloist violas, cellos, bass and harpsichord to weave a wonderful tapestry of heavenly sounds. To conclude, the PCM winds will join the orchestra to perform Mozart’s final symphony, No. 41 nicknamed ‘Jupiter’.

BACH- Brandenburg Concerto No. 6

BACH- A minor Violin Concerto

MOZART- Symphony No. 41 ‘Jupiter’

Formed in 2013, Peninsula Chamber Musicians Inc have rapidly developed as an outstanding presence in the artistic landscape of the Mornington Peninsula. PCM was born from the desire to create a opportunities and a sense of place for Peninsula based classical musicians. Now, it draws together highly skilled musicians from across the Peninsula and beyond. PCM has achieved powerful recognition and support from members of Melbourne’s professional orchestral community.

Where: Peninsula Community Theatre, Wilsons Rd Mornington

When: Sunday 6th March 2016

Costs/ Ticketing: $25, $20, Primary and Secondary students free. www.trybooking.com/177218 

Visit: www.peninsulachambermusicians.com.au for special season ticket prices.

Website information: www.peninsulachambermusicians.com.au

Enquiries & Booking Contact: info@peninsulachambermusicians.com.au

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