The  Crisp  Galleries Presents

Concerts  at  The  Crisp  Galleries  August  2015

in  the  Hugo  Alpen  Performance  Space .

“Beethoven’s Sonata no 32 in C minor is an extraordinary work,

halfway through touching on jazz and ragtime 80 years before the world heard it again !”  Peter Crisp

Sunday 2nd August 2015 at 2pm Evgeny Ukhanov Concert Pianist,  Performing two major works,

Beethoven  Sonata  no 32   in  C minor  Op.111  &  Liszt  Sonata  No.8  in  B  Flat  Major  Op. 84

With  some  other  surprises!   $35.00  Adults, $30.00 Concession, Children  Free  Admission, includes afternoon refreshments.

Sunday 9th  August 2015 at 2pm Evgeny Ukhanov Concert Pianist,  Performing  two  major  works,

Beethoven  Sonata  no 32   in  C minor  Op.111  &  Liszt  Sonata  No.8  in  B  Flat  Major  Op. 84

With  some  other  surprises!   $35.00  Adults, $30.00 Concession, Children  Free  Admission, includes afternoon refreshments.

Sunday  16th August 2015 at 2pm Evgeny Ukhanov Piano, Andrew Goodwin Tenor

Schubert’s Die Schöne Mullerin (Maid of the Mill),  Evgeny with some other surprises!

$40.00  Adults,  Concession $35.00,  Children  Free  Admission, includes afternoon refreshments.

Sunday  23rd  August  2015  Musical  Goodies !  Includes afternoon refreshments .

Sunday 9th  August 2015 at 2pm Evgeny Ukhanov Concert Pianist,  Performing  two  major  works,

Beethoven  Sonata  no 32   in  C minor  Op.111  &  Liszt  Sonata No.8  in  B  Flat  Major  Op. 84

With  some  other  surprises!   $35.00  Adults, $30.00 Concession, Children  Free  Admission, includes afternoon refreshments.

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Featuring the extraordinary talents of

 

After the success of last year’s concert… Victorian Jazz Singer Meg Corson is back at Crisp Galleries to delight you yet again with an afternoon of Jazz.

The five musicians have been colleagues since their days at the ANU Jazz School and bring together what is undoubtedly a passionate display of a love for the original traditions of popular jazz, complimented by seasoned musicianship!

Meg is a passionate chanteuse and storyteller.  Her repertoire is undoubtedly jazz but her diverse experience allows her to let the mood guide where her songs go (and she has a band that will follow)!

The afternoon will present popular jazz classics made famous by Billy Holliday, Ella Fitzgerald and Aretha Franklin (her first album was jazz!) as well as some more modern tunes given a different treatment.

Her long awaited solo album isn’t quite finished  yet so won’t be available for purchase this time… but you may be treated to some ‘teaser performances’ of a couple of tunes from the Album!

Throughout her career Meg has fronted jazz bands, big bands and orchestras.

Performed with and supported many wonderful artists; James Morrison, Don Burrows, Abdullah Ibrahim, Marcia Hines and Guy Sebastian to name a few.

And was a founding member of the internationally renowned a cappella group ‘The Idea of North’.  

The gift of a beautiful voice is a great thing, but when complimented with the ability to communicate the heart and soul of a song you have a musical experience that is set apart from the rest. 

Let yourself be seduced by the velvety smooth voice and soulful styling’s of Meg Corson. 

Tickets:  $40.00    (School Children Free)

*The Crisp Galleries are located 14kms south of the Yass Service Centre Hume Hwy between Bowning and Bookham.

For catering purposes bookings would be helpful on 02 6227 6073 or peter@petercrisp.com

Next  Exhibition  at  The  Crisp  Galleries,  Susanne  de  Berenger,

Opening  Saturday  22nd  November  at  2pm

1991  to  most  recent  works  2014 – more  details  to  follow.

Hugo  Alpen  Performance  Space

 Bookings  are  helpful for catering.  Ticket  price  includes  afternoon  tea  and  refreshments. peter@petercrisp.com.au 02 62276073, Hugo Alpen Performance Space

14kms south of the Yass Service Centre, Hume Highway between Bowning and Bookham .

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Hugo von Alpen, Composer,

A  member of the Crisp Family, a native of Kellinghuesen, Demark/ Germany, migrated to Australia aged 16,in 1858. From 1887 to 1907 he was Superintendent of Music in the Department of Education of NSW. At the celebrations of the Inauguration of the Commonwealth in Centennial Park Sydney, 1st January 1901 he conducted 10,000 school children in a performance of his work “Federated Australia”. The Choir Master and Organist at The Sydney Town Hall, Organist St Patrick’s on Church  Hill, St Benedict’s on Broadway, Sydney. Conductor of the then Sydney Philharmonic Orchestra. Hugo Alpen was a catalyst  to  the  creation  of  the  Sydney  Conservatorium  of  Music.

THE CRISP GALLERIES

Hugo Alpen Performance Space

Contact us on 02 6227 6073 or peter@petercrisp.com.au 
Gap Range, Bowning NSW 2582, AUSTRALIA

We are located 14kms south of the Yass Service Centre on the road to Gundagai.  Stay on the Hume Highway.

“The Superfine Cafe” we hope will open at The Crisp Galleries in May 2014

Acceptances are helpful for catering purposes .

Update On Evgeny’s Concert.

Sunday’s  concert  was  a  great  success,  beautifully  performed,  well  done  to  all  !

A  good  result,  in  total  $9,880.00 .The  Yass ,  Canberra,  Sydney,  Young ,  Holbrook  Communities,  all  gave  their  full  hearted  support .

Kindest   regards,

Peter

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