The Hobart Organ Society presents
Young Australian star, now residing in Paris and enjoying a busy career in Europe, will be playing an exciting programme with an emphasis on glorious French organ music, here in Hobart.
Come and enjoy works by J.S.Bach, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Maurice Duruflé and Louis Vierne.
Free Admission, families are welcome!
Join us for a wonderful afternoon of fellowship: hearing from God’s word, singing God’s praises through the hymns we know and love, and raising support for Bibles to go to South Africa.
This year we will be accompanied by the Cathedral Organ, the Salvation Army Hobart Citadel Band, and the St Michael’s Collegiate Middle School Choir. Presbyterian
Moderator, Rev Alistair Bain, will help us reflect on God’s word (with tea and coffee afterwards)
During the afternoon, there will be a collection taken for the Get the Word Out South Africa project.
Please note that some parking is available in the Cathedral Car Park off Murray St. Other parking is available in Argyle Street (until 10pm), Centrepoint (until 4:15pm) and Hobart Central (until 4:30pm).
For more information: call 1300 242 537, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit the project website: www.biblesociety.org.au/GTWO2016
MICHAEL LAMPARD baritone
TAMIKA CROSBIE soprano
GRACE OVENS soprano
JAMIE MOFFAT baritone
MELFRED LIJAUCO piano
Featuring a performance of Schumann’s song cycle
and arias and duets by Mozart, Verdi, Massenet, Wagner and more
Tickets $20 at the door
Phone 0423 118 415 for more information
There is another “walk up and sing” Evensong at St. David’s Cathedral on Sunday 23rd October and you are cordially invited to sing with the Cathedral choir on this occasion.
The music will include the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis settings by Morley and the anthem is “How Lovely are Thy Dwellings” by Brahms.
Music will be available for collection at the Cathedral at 4.15 pm (or contact the office during the week if you are really keen) before practice with the full choir which will take place from from 4.30 – 5.15 pm. The service will commence at 5.30 and will be followed by light refreshments .