Join us for an evening of music and storytelling amongst the intimate setting of the College's historic fairy tale like Dining Hall. Celebrated Perth pianist Anna Sleptsova and her talented young colleague Noelle Zhao unite with renowned narrator Julia Moody to bring to life the Story of Babar, the beloved elephant as set to music by Poulenc.
The evening also welcomes cellist Louise McKay (Brahms 114, 2015) back to the College as she pairs with Anna for the great Chopin Sonata for Cello and Piano in what promises to be a moving evening!
In addition to the Poulenc and Chopin, the evening will feature works by Piazzola, Rachmaninov and Skoryk including pianists Aidan Boase (Butterfly Lovers, Christmas in the Quad 2015) and Ryan Davies (Appalachian Spring, 2013) who, in addition to Noelle, will be the first trio to perform a work for 6 hands on the Fazioli!
(There will be some cushions at the front for the little ones as well!)
Admission is by booking only as seating is limited. Bookings online via Try Booking: https://www.trybooking.com/202716
Entry is by donation at the door with all proceeds going towards maintaining and growing music at St George's College in 2016.
Maximum booking of 4 seats per person, for larger bookings please contact administration with the names of each guest attending email@example.com or call 9449 5555
If you are experiencing difficulties booking, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are no longer able to attend it is important that you let the College know ASAP so others who want to come do not miss out.
Q. Will I receive tickets in the mail?A. No - Despite what the booking system might advise, tickets are not issued for our concerts, instead your booking is placed on a list at the front door which allows you to attend.
Q. What is the dress code?A. Unless stated otherwise, the dress code for concerts at St George's College is casual.
Q. Can I book over the phone on weekends? A. No. Bookings via phone close at 5:00pm on the Friday prior to the concert.