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How about a little lunch music?

A Little Lunch Music is presented at City Recital Hall Angel Place in association with Selby and Friends.

 

Are you one of the many Sydney-siders who work in Sydney CBD? Do you feel guilty each time you while away your lunch hour eating alone at your desk and perusing facebook?  Well, so you should, because there are incredibly cheap lunchtime concerts taking place right at your doorstep.  
 
City Recital Hall & The Sydney Conservatorium of Music each offer their own lunchtime programs.   Whilst the City Recital Hall is a mere $12 per concert (or even less, if you purchase one of their packages, some of which include free tea/coffee), the Sydney Conservatorium concerts will only cost you a simple gold coin donation at the door. Grab a friend and check one out!  

City Recital Hall – ‘A Little Lunch Music’ – Fortnightly Concerts  

Concerts begin at 12:30pm  
April 11 – Sydney Brass. This renowned brass ensemble takes us on a journey spanning three centuries from Bach to the Beatles.
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May 10 –  Sydney Camerata and Kathryn Selby (piano). Series Artistic Director Kathryn Selby joins the award-winning Sydney Camerata in an all-Mozart program featuring both symphony and piano concerto.
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Sydney Conservatorium  – Weekly Lunch-break Concerts  

Concerts begin at 1:10pm at Verbrugghen Hall.  
Duration approximately 50 minutes
March 30  
April 6, 13, 20  
May 4, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25  
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 Bookings not required. If you have any special requirements or are bringing a group of 8 or more, phone +612 9351 1222 or email con.concerts@sydney.edu.au.  
debussycat – Sydney classical music & jazz music guide
 
 
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