Goulburn Valley Concert Orchestra begins its September series of chamber concerts this Sunday with a varied program of music from jazz to Schubert.
Three free Sunday concerts will be held in the function room at Shepparton’s Eastbank Centre from September 1.
GV Orchestra leader Wendy Oakes said the concerts had proved popular since they started more than a decade ago.
‘‘They started as small concerts in the art gallery, then moved to the café area at Eastbank — now they are in the function room and attract between 150 and 180 people, which is fantastic,’’ she said.
Concerts run from 2pm to 3.30pm. Entry is free, but a gold coin donation is appreciated.
This Sunday's concert program is:
GVGS Percussion Ensemble
Director Bruce Archibald, Sithmi Kulutunga, Anthony Dorham
Babu jaju groove (Trad)
Paul’s Groove (Trad)
Third Runaway by B’dah
Violinist Liesl Parnell
Telemann Fantaisie No. 9 1. Siciliana 2. Vivace 3. Allegro
Brian Matthews, Wade Gregory
Bruce Sterling, Wendy Oakes, Demi Wood
Mendelssohn Piano Trio in D Minor No 1 Op 49 Mov. 2. Andante
Sherryn Parnell, Bruce Sterling
Schubert, An die Musik
Norman and Simon, How Could I Ever Know? from Secret Garden
Mozart, "In uomni, in soldati” from Cosi Fan Tutte
Saxophone Quintet with Rhythm section
Director Brian Mathews, Carissa Lee, Justin McClaren, Bryce McMurray, Amanda Eagle, Jaydan Livingstone, Bruce Archibald. arr. by Calvin Custer
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Over the Rainbow.