Recital by Carmen Young – Soprano
Guest Artist – Mr Glenn Winslade – Tenor
Accompanied by Ms Jennifer Marten-Smith
Adult $35 / Concession $20 / Children $15
For tickets contact – Lanimadivina@outlook.com
Or visit Cultura Espresso Bar and Restaurant, 123 Liverpool St, Hobart.
Carmen Young has had considerable success as a solo artist. She has been the recipient of many national awards including the David Harper Award, The Alliance Francaise Award, the Opera Australia Award, Dame Joan Sutherland Scholarships and awarded the Australian Day Special Achievement Award for Music Excellence.
She has competed in the heats, semi-final and finals of the Lady Fairfax New York Scholarship and the Australian Singing Competition in which she is the youngest contestant to have reached the Finals. She has worked with Australian greats such as Richard Bonynge, Joan Sutherland, Myer Fredman, Stephen Mould, David Harper, Sharolyn Kimmorley, Emma Matthews, Andrew Green, Yvonne Kenny and Glenyse Fowles .
Join us at St. David’s Cathedral to learn about the Christian Faith.
The brand new Alpha Youth Series has been totally re-imagined for today’s youth culture. Through 13 sessions filmed in Vancouver, London, Paris, Rome, Israel, and many other incredible locations, the Alpha Youth Series explores timeless questions about life, faith and God for a new generation.
The series offers compelling stories, images, questions, and discussion topics well spread throughout each episode to better engage youth, helping them think about how these issues relate to their lives as they discuss with their friends and leaders.
Please register your interest on our Facebook page and for updates for the event.
We invite you to join us for A Light Repast – a digest of visual arts, music and written Word over 12 days, celebrating 200 years of Christian worship on the site of St David’s.
From Wednesday 12 – Sunday 23 June, the Cathedral’s rich heritage and contemporary faith community will be showcased alongside an engaging exhibition of artworks that reflect a theme of transformations: redemption, renewal, restoration, recycling, death to life, grief to joy, dark to light and new beginnings.
The program will feature:
· A series of Light Readings
· Dean’s Tours of the Cathedral + Bell Tower
· Choir in Action
· Curator’s talk + tour
· Artist talks
· Music performances
· A Virtual Belfry highlighting the Cathedral Bells
· Morning and Evening Prayer
· For 2 days only – an exhibition of Treasures of the Cathedral (21/ 22 June)
Join us for a light repast on Wednesday 12 June to celebrate the Opening of A Light Repast! This is a free event (drinks available for purchase) but bookings are essential for catering purposes. Tickets are available here. or contact the Cathedral Office firstname.lastname@example.org. 6234 4900
See below for programme, scroll down June 12.
The final event of A Light RePast.
Come and join in the beauty of Evensong.
Come early to practice with the Choir at 4.30pm.
Followed by, what else, a light respast.
The displays in the Cloisters are just a taste of the wonderful treasures that St David’s holds and there are even more to surprise and delight!
For 2 days only, some additional treats will also be on display. Come and see!
Part of A Light RePast
A organ recital by Cathedral Organist Rod Thomson as part of A Light RePast.
Flutist Belinda Ratnik responds musically to the artworks of A Light RePast.
Belinda is also playing at a Recital at 7pm with Pianist, Jo-Anne Kemp.
The Cathedral Choir will bring their weekly rehearsal into the Chancel, so come along to see and hear our dedicated musicians and choristers in action—you can even join in, preparing for the Evensong.
Part of A Light RePast
Members of the Cathedral Choir and Rod Thomson, Cathedral Organist with A Light RePast for the ears.
As with all of A Light RePast this is a free event.
For A Light RePast a feast of the keyboard from Cathedral Organist Peter Warren with music across the centuries and styles.
1. “Carillon” by Herbert Murrill (1909-1952)
2. “Toccata & Fugue in D minor by J S Bach (1685-1750)
3. “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” by Duke Ellington (1899-1974) arranged by Earl Hines (1903-1983)
4. “One Mint Julep” by R Toombs (1914-1962)
5. “For All We Know” by Sam Lewis (1885-1959) & J Fred Coots (1897-1985) arrange by Bill Evans (1929-1980)
6. “Hymn D’Actions De Graces” (Te Deum pour grand orgue) by Jean Langlais (1907-1991)
7. “Canzonetta” by William Mathias (1934-1992)
8. “Frulingsrauschen” Op 32 No 3 “Rustles Of Spring” by Christian Sinding (1856-1941)
9. “Nocturne” Op 27 No 1 by Frederic Chopin (1810-1849)
10. “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Freddie Mercury (1946-1991)
11. “Over The Rainbow” by E Y Harburg & H Arlen (1939) arranged by George Shearing (1919-2011)