TUESDAY 20 August, 10.30am at Kindred Studios, Yarravaille (note there is no Friday performance this month) – $18 / KIDS FREE
Sunday 25 August, at the new time of 3pm, at The Victoria Hotel on Hyde Street, Yarraville $20 / KIDS FREE
The French Horn is one of the most elegant sounding of classical instruments, and possibly the most demanding to play. Simon Rattle calls it the “stunt man” instrument of the orchestra. The Concerteenies’ founder, Katie Pryce, will delight you and children of any age with a programme designed to highlight some of the most interesting music written for the French Horn, accompanied by Alistair Smith on piano.
This month, the Kindred Studios performance takes place on a Tuesday. And, for the Sunday at the pub show, we’ve moved the starting time back to 3 o’clock so that everybody can take care of lunch and naps without any rush. This is another experience for your kids – and a musical break for you – not to be missed.
Each recital lasts approximately 45 minutes, with babes-in-arms, breastfeeding mums and exhausted dads especially welcomed. Children of all ages can attend FREE, and are encouraged to be themselves during the performance.
Tickets to reserve your place
POSTPONED NEW DATE TBC Discover Harriett Allcroft
Engle & Philp – Immersive Storytelling Concert – Sunday 17 November, 12 NOON at the Victoria Hotel on Hyde St, Yarraville$20.00
Engle & Philp Immersive Storytelling Concert – Tuesday 12 November, 10.30am at Kindred Studios$18.00
The Concerteenies presents Neyland | Attiche | Beeche TUESDAY 17 September, 10.30am at Kindred Studios$18.00
The Concerteenies presents Neyland | Attiche | Beeche jazz trio, Sunday 22 September, 12 NOON at the Victoria Hotel on Hyde St, Yarraville$20.00
The Concerteenies presents Katie Pryce on French Horn, TUESDAY 20 August, 10.30am at Kindred Studios$18.00
Katie hails from the United Kingdom and has played with orchestras as diverse as the London Sinfonietta and Britten Sinfonia, to ground-breaking work playing with jazz innovators, Snarky Puppy and the Bill Laurence Project. She also has led thousands of children in music workshops since graduating from the Royal Academy of Music, London. And, recently, if you caught the live broadcast of this year’s Helpmann Awards on ABC, you would have heard her playing.
Alistair Smith is an accomplished pianist and respected musician, a teacher at Federation University, Ballarat, and experienced member of musical theatre productions across Australia.