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Sunday concert series prove popular

By John Lewis

The second chamber concert in Goulburn Valley Concert Orchestra's September series takes place this Sunday.

Orchestra leader Wendy Oakes said last Sunday's inaugural concert proved hugely popular, with 200 people attending.

This Sunday's concert is once again at Riverlinks Eastbank from 2pm to 3.30pm.

Ms Oakes said entry was free but a gold coin donation was appreciated.

This Sunday's music program is:

Shepparton String Ensemble, directed by Wendy Oakes:

Suddenly from Les Miserables the movie.

Silencium, arranged and conducted by Charlotte Drinnan.

Miriam and Charlotte Drinnan:

Saint-Saens' Sonata for Oboe and Piano, Movement 1.

Cindy Abbey, Wendy Oakes and Tricia Baggs:  

Haydn's Trio No4 in F Major: 1. Adagio.  2. Minuet and Trio.  3. Presto.

Nyree O’Connor, Charlotte Drinnan and narrator Phil Oakes:

A Bassoon Fairy Tale.

String Sextet:   

Peter Read, Wendy Oakes, Catriona Saunders, Carole McGregor, Demi Wood and Charlotte Drinnan.

Pleyel's Symphony Mosaic,  Movement 1.

Piazzolla's Oblivion, arranged by Helen Rankin (accordion).

Winded:   

Eric Anderson, Sandy Sexton and Marla Swift.

A Suite of Pesky Dances: 1. The Spider’s Tango. 2. The Waltz of the Vine Weevil. 3. Sarabande for a Soiree of Slugs. 4. The Earwig’s Gallop.

Shepparton String Ensemble:

 Vivaldi's Concerto in D minor RV 127:  1. Allegro. 2. Largo.  3. Allegro.