Envy of re­gion

Warragul & Drouin Gazette - - NEWS -

Proudly sup­port­ing War­ragul's finest space.

Last Satur­day af­ter­noon at the Sim­ply Mu­sic Con­cert at Wes­ley of War­ragul we ex­pe­ri­enced ex­cep­tional mu­sic mak­ing by one of Aus­tralia's finest String Quar­tets, The Flin­ders Quar­tet.

They trans­ported us to lofty heights in the su­perb acous­tics of the for­mer Wes­ley Church with two Men­delssohn string quar­tets and the Scherzo Per­petuo move­ment from a newly com­mis­sioned Aus­tralian String Quar­tet by An­drew Ford, a well known Ra­dio Na­tional pre­sen­ter.

The Flin­ders Quar­tet are the Artis­tic Pa­trons of the John Noble Quar­tet pro­gram which aims to bring on­go­ing pro­fes­sional men­tor­ship to mu­sic stu­dents from re­gional Vic­to­ria.

What a de­light to see and hear these tal­ented young lo­cal mu­si­cians who are mem­bers of the War­ragul Youth En­sem­ble, share the lime­light.

They were Josh Al­banese vi­o­lin, Tanvi Atla vi­ola and David Moul­ton cello.

Sadly due to ill­ness Paige Thompson had to with­draw. lo­cal tal­ent in

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