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Avan Yu SIPCA 1st Prizewinner
Heidi Chan and Imogen Scott-Parker performing a duet
Young virtuosi waiting backstage
The Queensland Conservatorium Brass-band rehearsing
Close up of a gittern
Performers from Pastance preparing back-stage
Yoko Okayasu and violin
Patrick Nolan on flute
Lucy Reeves and harp
David Pereira providing the accompaniment (with Kathryn Phelps) for the Fashion Parade by Chandra Ellis
Audience members arriving while the Camerata of St. Johns rehearse
Camerata players about to perform
Lets go - Brendan Joyce
Unknown on a leash outside the exhibition - too cute to resist!
? The Gatt’s pooch
“Harvey” aka the cutest dog in the village!
Eleanor Hill ( Young Virtuosi)
Asim Gorashi (Whistler and guest for Winds of Change)
Dan Curro (Cello Orchestra)
Minnie Shen (The Phoenix Trio) on Chinese guitar
DALeCANA Flamenco Company
Camerata of St. Johns
Johnny Ng (violin) and Patrick Suthers (cello)
And the kids playing soccer in the rain on the dance floor had a ball too!
Tatiana Kolesova, the young Russian pianist with such a beautiful soul, was the headline act:
Some of the young virtuosi: Raphael Ebermann, Alison McKenzie, Ayesha Gough and Julien Rosendahl
Norman Appel, the piano and harpsichord tuner. Tania Frazer, who has been the principal oboe for Israel Opera and the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Katherine Philp and her beautiful cello
Gareth Belling of the Queensland Ballet
David Pereira, who was kindly standing in with the Australia Ensemble @ UNSW for the festival. We hope he’ll be back next year!
Noel Stallard and Jack Drake, two of the very entertaining bush poets, as part of a fringe event held at the St. Johns Anglican Church
Two images of the Queensland Conservatorium Brass Ensemble
The Camerata of St. Johns gave us an exhilarating concert as well as some of our favourite images. To see more, please go to the client gallery section of this website
- hope you can get a taste of what this fantastic festival gave to all of us.
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