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.