Conservatorium students returning to Canowindra

David Miller AM and five students from Sydney Conservatorium of Music are returning to All Saints Church on Sunday April 29 for a 2pm concert.

Seriously accomplished undergraduate musicians all in their twenties, most of whom have already travelled the world playing at Vienna, Ukraine and other famous European music venues will play flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, harp and grand piano.

Their repertoire will include chamber music, duos and solo compositions by Mozart, Poulenc, Debussy, Vaughan Williams, Haydn, Brahms, Handel and many others.

What started 21 years ago as a single concert at Canowindra has grown to become the Con's Grand Western Tour, an eight day series of concerts, master classes and school visits at many central west NSW towns always under the enthusiastic leadership of David Miller.

The students, staying two nights at Canowindra will be able to visit and enjoy the night market and balloon glow following the Canowindra Balloon Challenge.

Tickets at $25 per person ($20 conc.) can be booked on 0429443215 or purchased at the door. As usual there will be a wine tasting and nibbles with David Miller and the students in the church hall following the concert.