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Samantha Warhurst and I have been working hard over the last few weeks to prepare our most beautiful Nightingale-like tones. Please join us for our next self-produced concert with some stunning pieces inspired by the Nightingale and also some other favourites (including some great love songs!). Hope to see you there! SJ
Join Samantha Joseph (flautist) and Samantha Warhurst (soprano) for their latest winter concert, Songs of the Nightingale, at the cosy Campbell Street Presbyterian Church in Balmain.
Samantha and Samantha will be joined by the virtuoso pianist Glenn Amer as they present four stunning pieces, in four different languages, that are all inspired by the beauty of the Nightingale. These pieces will be interspersed amongst other favourite and fabulous arrangements for flute and soprano, including the spine-tingling ‘Consuelo’s Love Theme’.
As always, we invite you to join us for refreshments after the concert. We hope to see you there!
Songs of the Nightingale
Sunday 19th June, 3pm
7 Campbell St, Balmain, NSW.
$25 adults, $20 concession.
Happy New Year music lovers!!
Wishing you all a wonderful year filled with family, friends, and love.
I am looking forward to an exciting year ahead, and have already started the planning for upcoming concerts (we’ll let you know soon!). In the meantime, here is a snippet of Samantha Warhurst (soprano), Glenn Amer (piano) and myself performing The Prayer recently. I love this song – it is so hopeful – appropriate as we start a new year.
We dream a world without violence, a world of justice and faith. Everyone gives the hand to his neighbours. Symbol of peace, of fraternity. We ask that life be kind and watch us from above. We hope each soul will find, another soul to love.
Samantha Joseph (flautist) and Samantha Warhust (soprano) invite you to the third installment in their “Songs of…” series, a fantastic collection of opera and musical theatre works from around the globe, arranged for flute, soprano and piano. They will be joined again, by the fabulous and virtuosic Glenn Amer on piano.
Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for concession and can be reserved by contacting Samantha Joseph at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Offer: Ticket plus a copy of our debut album, ‘Songs of Love and Passion’ for $40.
Songs of the World: 4pm – Saturday 24th October Presbyterian Church, 7 Campbell St, Balmain
We hope to see you there!
Samantha and Samantha
Today, it is expected that a “successful” musician is one who is performing full-time. However, what classifies as a “real job” in the music sector? Musicians must not only excel as performers, but also as teachers, leaders and creative collaborators – and their professional development must reflect this.
Here is an interesting read from The Guardian exploring this concept of a rounded professional development education for musicians further.
Tosca opens tonight! Come join us for one of Sydney’s operatic highlights for 2015!
Set in Rome in June 1800, with Rome threatened by Napoleon’s invasion of Italy, Puccini’s compelling and confronting opera Tosca narrows in on three characters, emotionally and politically bound in desire and betrayal.
When her lover, Cavaradossi, is captured by Rome’s secret police, Floria Tosca is forced to make a deal with police chief Scarpia. But Tosca decides that she will leave nothing to chance when it comes to saving her lover.
Puccini’s taut drama comes to The Independent Theatre, North Sydney in October for a limited season. Tosca – Anna Louise Cole, Cavaradossi – Martin Buckingham, Scarpia – Sitiveni Talei. Conductor – Steven Stanke.
This Friday 25 September at 8pm: The Sydney Contemporary Orchestra Inc. (SCO) will be showcasing a wide selection of new contemporary works for orchestra at Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium. We will also be performing the beautiful Swan Lake Suite by Tchaikovsky in the second half. Book now to reserve your seats! (Details on my Concert Page).
The Sydney Contemporary Orchestra is an innovative orchestra for modern orchestral music. Supported by The SCO Foundation, the orchestra hosts regular charity concerts to promote new music compositions by the contemporary composers from all around the world.
Listen to some of our music from past concerts here!
Debut CD out now! Songs of Love and Passion, by Samantha Joseph (flute) and Samantha Warhurst (voice), featuring the spectacular Glenn Amer on piano.
Great to buy for yourself, or as a gift for another music lover, there is a wide selection of songs featuring everything from the opera classics, reworked to showcase the beautiful clear sounds of the flute with the stunning operatic vocal parts, to jazz-inspired numbers to relax to on a summer’s night.
Contact me now on email@example.com to have the hard-copies shipped straight to you, or visit the iTunes store to download the tracks via the link below:
Tune into 2GB 873 AM today at 3:30pm to hear Samantha Joseph and Samantha Warhurst perform a few songs from their brand new debut CD, Songs of Love and Passion, on Ben Fordham’s Sydney Live drive program!
Contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org to buy a CD for yourself or as a gift!
Tune in to the radio from 3:30pm today, Friday 11 September, or via the link below!
Podcast available at: http://www.2gb.com/article/ben-fordham-samantha-warhurst-and-samantha-joseph