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GROVE CLASSICS 2012
The GROVE Library and Community Centre and Cappuccino Concerts are excited to announce that the annual Grove Classics Concert Series is back for another season of live music!
The unique series of musical performances is intended to raise awareness of classical music and to bring professional classical music to more diverse and younger audiences while setting very high professional performance standards.
The highlight concert of the series will be Norwegian award-winning composer, classical pianist and stand-up comedian Aksel Kolstad. “The New Norwegian Victor Borge”, Aksel Kolstad is coming to Australia for the very first time to join the Grove Classics Concert Series 2012!
Grove Classics Concert Series 2012 commenced on Sunday 6th May 2012 in the state of the art innovative ‘The Grove’ Centre, one of WA’s most environmentally sustainable public buildings with an excellent acoustic space created in the library.
Discarding the pomp and ceremony often associated with classical music, Cappuccino Concerts are all about celebrating the musical arts for the appreciation and enjoyment by one and all. The Grove Classics Concert Series is a great opportunity for people from all walks of life to be introduced to classical music, in the exquisitely designed surrounds of The Grove Library.
When: Sunday May 27th 2012 commencing at 4:30pm
Where: The Grove Library, 1 Leake St (cnr Leake St & Stirling Hwy) Peppermint Grove WA 6011
Tickets and bookings: please visit www.cappuccino-concerts.com.au or
contact The Grove Library on (08) 9286 8686 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(Tickets: $36/$32, Friends of the Grove Library $30, Standing/ student rush $10.
Complete 4 Concert Package $120). ALL EVENTS INCLUDE TASTING OF LAMONT’S FINE WINES.
Louise Mackay (cello) and Emily Green-Armytage (piano) performing at the Grove Classics concert series.