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Virtuosi's May Concerts

Following a very successful series of Jazz concerts at the beginning of April and the launch of Virtuosi's Tasmania first Jazz CD, Spirit of the MJQ, the fun will continue with a classical series of concerts at the beginning of May.

On Friday 2 the first concert will be in the historic 1819 stables at Shene, Pontville at 11am. The Saturday 3 concert will take place at the award winning Home Hill Winery also at 11am, and then on Sunday 4 at 2 pm the third concert will take place in the beautiful Holy Trinity Church at Cressy which has become a regular event on the May calendar.

The concert will include pieces by Mozart, Haydn and Telemann as well as a delightful piece by the English composer Arthur Bliss written after WW I and influenced by Jazz and music of the time.

Virtuosi Tasmania players

Jo St Leon, viola; Martin Penicka, cello; Dinal Woods, oboe; Jillian Norton, flute and Edwina George, violin..

Flute, Oboe and Strings
Fri 2 May 11amShene, PonyvilleTSO Box Office
Sat 3 May 11am Home Hill Winery, Ranelagh TSO Box Office
Sun 4 May 2pm Holy Trinity Church, Cressy TSO Box Office
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Our Program Notes for the concert may be downloaded.

Virtuosi Tasmania Spirit of the MJQ

Tasmanian Jazz had a real lift when over the April week-end of concerts Virtuosi Tasmania launched its first Jazz CD - Spirit of the MJQ.

A high was the concert at Milton Vineyard, where Bertrand Cadart officially launched the CD as part of the France to Freycinet Festival. A big thank you from our Jazz professionals, Kelly Ottaway, vibraphone, Danial Sulzberger, piano, Matthew Ives, drums and Stephen Martin, double bass, to all who attended our concerts.

Virtuosi Tasmania players

Bertrand Cadart launching Spirit of the MJQ CD at Milton Vineyard..

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