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Classics Past & Present


Classics Past & Present

  • Date: Sunday, 25 November 2012, 4:00pm
  • Venue: Our Lady of Good Counsel (OLGC) Catholic Church, Forestville — 9 Currie Rd, Forestville, NSW
  • Tickets: Adults: $22 | Concession: $12-$17. Available at the door. — Tickets can be purchased by phone on (02) 9416 5234

Event Details

Sydney trumpeter Paul Goodchild and organist Thomas Wilson will perform Classics Past & Present for Wyvern Music Forestville on 25 November 2012, featuring well-known trumpet tunes and exciting new pieces. The music ranges from 17th Century Italian and English to contemporary Australian and will include such favourites as Bach’s Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring, Faure’s Pavane, Mendelssohn’s Overture to St Paul for solo organ and Vangelis’ Hymne.

Associate Principal Trumpet of the Sydney Symphony since 1985 and Musical Director of Sydney Brass, Paul Goodchild is widely regarded as one of Australia’s outstanding chamber musicians. Former Precentor of Westminster Cathedral in London, Thomas Wilson is Director of Music at St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney and Artistic Director of the London International Choral Festival.

Featured non-Australian music: Bach, Mendelssohn, Faure, Dupre, Mouret, Fantini, Jeremiah Clarke, Hubeau, Hovhaness

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (02) 9416 5234 or by email to wyvern@fmca.org.au

Featured Australian Works

Summer bird : trumpet with piano (1990) by Alan Holley
— performed by Thomas Wilson and Paul Goodchild
 Chilago by Robert Sims

Featured artists

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