The Sapphire Coast Music Society welcomes the return of popular Canberra based soprano, Louise Page and pianist, Pip Candy for their next concert to be held at Wolumla Hall on Sunday, August 20.
The two artists will perform an entertaining and diverse program of music including popular hits such as Time to Say Goodbye and The Carnival of Venice.
Louise Page is one of Australia’s most highly regarded, versatile singers. She has performed throughout Australia and Europe with groups such as the Vienna State Opera and Musica Viva.
She has recently toured France and England with the Flowers of War project. She has received numerous awards for her music including the Canberra Time’s ‘Artist of the Year’ and in 2013, she was awarded an OAM for services to the performing arts.
Phillipa Candy is a respected accompanist, conductor pianist, vocal coach, repetiteur as well as a private teacher.
She has performed regularly in the United States as well as throughout Australia. She studied with the late Geoffrey Parsons in London and has toured with numerous organisations including the prestigious Musica Viva.
Louise and Phillipa have formed an invaluable artistic partnership in recent years. As well as performing concerts together, they have made several CDs and recently joined with members of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra to record the works of pianist Horace Keats.
The afternoon concert at Wolumla Hall on Sunday, August 20, will begin at 2.30pm but doors open to public at 2pm.
All tickets are $25. Accompanied children under 16 are free. The price includes an extensive afternoon tea.
These can be purchased at Magpie Music (Bega), Brief Affairs Lingerie Boutique (Merimbula), Eden Music Centre or at the door. For further details contact Jacqui Jaffrey 6496 1224.