Strings in Spring
STRINGS IN SPRING
Sounds fabulous doesn’t it?
The Ross Arts Festival brings Strings In Spring to the village of Ross.
Presented by Camerata Obscura, a musical group from the Midlands and Launceston area, and conducted by Christopher Bearman from Ross.
The concert will include at least two original pieces by Tasmanian composers.
One of the highlights will be the Australian premiere of Ron Nagorcka’s Piece for Strings, Trombone and Didgeridoo.
Another piece of interest will feature variations on quadrilles written in the nineteenth century by the music teacher at Horton College in Ross. This piece is being composed especially for this event.
Venue: Ross Uniting Church. Find it high atop a hill overlooking the village and rural countryside.
26 October 2019, at 2 pm.
Strings in Spring is one of 4 fabulous events of the three day festival. For more information about the entire weekend of events at the festival, visit the Ross Arts Festival event page.
View the full Ross Arts Festival Event flyer.
Visit the Ross Arts Festival website.
Find the fascinating story of Horton College here: http://www.taswoolcentre.com.au/…/horton-college-ross-tasma…
The story of the three churches of Ross can be found here: http://www.taswoolcentre.com.au/…/ob…/three-churches-in-ross