Classical guitarist, Dennis van Rooyen, will be performing in Singleton this Sunday

Classical guitarist, Dennis van Rooyen, will be performing in Singleton this Sunday (November 12) at 2pm.

Accompanied by Guest saxophonist Alice V Morgan, the recital will be held in the Sisters’ Chapel at Sacred Spaces.

The Sisters of Mercy Convent is located at 30 Queen St in Singleton.

Dennis is a student at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, under the tutelage of well known classical guitarist Vladimir Gorbach.

The program will include works by Piazzolla, Ginastera, Dyens and Rodrigo.

Tickets are $20 adult and can be purchased at www.trybooking.com/PJBY or at the door from 1.30pm.

Concert Co-ordinator Sacred Spaces, Jan Fallding, says all tickets are for un-numbered seats, so you may arrive from 1.30pm to choose your preferred seat.

“There will be no afternoon tea provided so if you are making a day of the concert we recommend making a booking for lunch at the nearby Worn Out Wares café,” she says.   

Ms Fallding says the INNOV8 exhibition will also be open in the community room of the convent from 1- 4pm.

“So you can see it before or after the concert - it is an exciting showcase of the outstanding work of Design, Engineering and Technologies students at Singleton High School,” she explains.

Upcoming  concerts at Sacred Spaces:

  • Sunday, December 3 at 12pm – Sydney Youth Orchestras Philharmonic - lunchtime concert in the Chapel, tickets to be announced;
  • Saturday, February 17 at 8pm - Chamber Philharmonia Cologne, touring from Germany, in the Chapel, tickets to be announced;
  • Sunday,  March 11 at 2pm – London Klezmer Quartet – the joyous and celebratory music of Jewish Eastern Europe, tickets to be announced.