Eastwood

Kevinwood’s final 2020 Sunday afternoon performance

The Kevinwood Orchestra is holding its final Sunday afternoon for the year on Sunday afternoon September 27th. The venue is the Haseler Centre just below St. Kevins Catholic Church in Hillview Road Eastwood – starting at 2.30pm.

Because of COVID restrictions the orchestral players and singers are spaced well apart in the hall so it is a different sound from the traditional programme – but the hall will come alive to the sounds of Haydn, Gounod and Schubert.
The programme opens with Haydn’s Symphony 101 (“The Clock”). Copland’s “Outdoor Overture” at the end of the first half will herald an invitation to light refreshments outdoors. The second half of the programme starts at 3.45 and concludes with a great Schubert song selection in an orchestral setting.
The Kevinwood Bells and Junior Players again feature on the programme with music from the Phantom of the Opera on bells and some latin music by the juniors. There will also be a taste of Gounod’s Messe Solennelle, which is being prepared for this year’s Festival of St Cecilia
Admission is by donation – but numbers are limited. Please sign in on arrival – and masks are encouraged. More information – and a copy of the concert handbill – is on the kevinwood website www.kevinwood.org.
If not rehearsing or performing the director, Suzanne Maslen, is contactable at 9874 2809
The Kevinwood Orchestra is holding its final Sunday afternoon for the year on Sunday afternoon September 27th. The venue is the Haseler Centre just below St. Kevins Catholic Church in Hillview Road Eastwood – starting at 2.30pm.
Because of COVID restrictions the orchestral players and singers are spaced well apart in the hall so it is a different sound from the traditional programme – but the hall will come alive to the sounds of Haydn, Gounod and Schubert.
The programme opens with Haydn’s Symphony 101 (“The Clock”). Copland’s “Outdoor Overture” at the end of the first half will herald an invitation to light refreshments outdoors. The second half of the programme starts at 3.45 and concludes with a great Schubert song selection in an orchestral setting.
The Kevinwood Bells and Junior Players again feature on the programme with music from the Phantom of the Opera on bells and some latin music by the juniors. There will also be a taste of Gounod’s Messe Solennelle, which is being prepared for this year’s Festival of St Cecilia
Admission is by donation – but numbers are limited. Please sign in on arrival – and masks are encouraged. More information – and a copy of the concert handbill – is on the kevinwood website www.kevinwood.org.
If not rehearsing or performing the director, Suzanne Maslen, is contactable at 9874 2809