By Tyler Wright
Sacred Stage will bring a charity concert to Belgrave Heights on Sunday 21 May, raising funds for a shelter for homeless women and children.
Composer and event organiser Jacqui Rutten said the day will involve classical and contemporary music for people to enjoy with a gold coin donation for a good cause.
“You pay a lot to see a good concept, but this is by donation, or you can buy a tax deductible ticket for only $20 via my website,” Ms Rutten said.
“It is really worthwhile, it’s a great opportunity to hear very good quality music.”
The schedule for the charity concert is as follows:
Mary Knights-Rutten (singing bowls)
Cora Teeuwen (viola) HP. Hindemith 1895-1963 –
Sonate opus 25 no. 1 (First 3 movements)
Kelsy and Cora (flute and viola)
Musical Sketches of Ireland by Jacqui Rutten (Opus 127, 2023)
Jacqui Rutten (mezzo-soprano)
Improvisations as Nature & To Li Po(from Opus 126, 2022) words: C. Sayce.
Barbara Hornung (viola)
Branches by Melvyn Cann, and an original work Climate
Kelsy de Prada (flute) a selection of flute solos
The concert is supported by Creative Partnerships Australia through the Australian Cultural Fund.
The concert will be held at the Southern Sherbrooke Historical Society chapel located at 127 Colby Drive in Belgrave Heights, and will start at 2pm on the day.
A $20 tax deductible ticket is available via https://www.trybooking.com/CHKQL, with donations also accepted at the door.
Children are admitted free.
Fore more information on Sacred Stage, visit https://sacredstage.com.au/