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Upcoming Events

Jul. 30, 2017

Friends Winter Concert

Time: 
13:30
Chapel Theatre The Friends Winter concerts are designed to provide Conservatorium students who are undertaking AMEB exams the opportunity to gain performance experience in a friendly and encouraging environment prior to their exams. The concert commences at 1.30 pm, with afternoon tea served by the Friends at approximately 3.00 pm. The second half of the concert will commence at 3.30 pm. Admission is free. Donations to the Friends Bursary Fund are gratefully received. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Aug. 13, 2017

Conservatorium Showcase

Time: 
14:30
Tamworth Town Hall The Annual Showcase is one of the highlights of the Conservatorium calendar. The program will comprise musical items presented by the 2016 scholarship winners, as well as performances by a variety of Conservatorium ensembles. Admission is free
Sep. 7, 2017

Adult Student Concert

Time: 
20:00
Chapel Theatre This concert, held in Adult learners week, is presented by mature aged students of the Conservatorium
Sep. 8, 2017

Translucent Duo

Time: 
20:00
Chapel Theatre Translucent Duo, Bernard Lagana (saxophones) and David Lockeridge (percussion) have a passion for performing a wide range of repertoire - traditional chamber music through to repertoire that pushes the musical and physical boundaries of their respective instruments! Regardless of the style, the duo have created and developed their evolving, unique brand of performance art; engaging audiences through virtuosity and energy.  Tickets available at the Conservatorium Office ph 6766 6911
Sep. 21, 2017

Hot Potato Band

Time: 
19:30
Capitol Theatre The Hot Potato Band found their roots and musical inspiration in Sydney’s southern suburbs as street performers running over 120 shows a year all around Australia. The band’s unique sound comes from the absence of a single drum kit, base guitar and electrified instruments. Three drummers create synchronised grooves on what would be a deconstructed drum kit. The bass lines are covered be an enormous, lung busting Sousaphone. Two baritone saxophones mimic part of a rhythm guitar and the bands huge array of horns cover catchy chorus lines and provide a beautiful harmonic cloud for Dylan (the vocalist) to float above. Tickets available to the Capitol Theatre