There is plenty planned to keep everyone entertained this weekend. Grab your pooches and shopping bags for country markets, filled with stallholders who have come from across the state. Get swept away by the musical delights of classical compositions, local musical talent and a local choir.
- June 19, Bundanoon Primary School Hall at 3:00pm and June 20, Bowral Uniting Church on June 20 at 3pm
The Serendipity Choir will be uniting with audiences for their comeback performances this weekend. The performances also give its eager singers the opportunity to unite, and sing as a collective after restricted rehearsals. The choir's theme song We Rise Again will be performed with jazz melody Don't Get Around Much Anymore. Songs from John Rutter and a range of gospel and spiritual melodies will also be performed.
- June 19, Uniting Church, 8:00am - 2:00pm
Mittagong's markets are back for the month! Have your choosing of 66 stalls to enjoy, there will be something for everyone! Pooches are also invited to come along, but must be on a hand-held lead.
Bundanoon Makers Market
- June 20, Bundanoon Public School, 8:30am - 2:00pm
The third Sunday of the month means the Bundanoon Makers Markets are back! Be dazzled by stalls offering fresh produce, flowers, arts, crafts, woodwork, ceramics, jewellery and natural products from stallholders far and wide. Pooches are also welcome!
Celebration of Youth: Steel City Strings
- June 20, Chevalier Performing Arts Centre, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Steel City Strings' biennial concert makes a comeback and shines a spotlight on some of Australia's musical youth. The Celebration of Youth concert will feature violinist and winner of the Wollongong Conservatorium of Music Concerto Competition Hana Lee, and clarinet player Tomas Phillips. The symphonies of Bach and Vivaldi will be brought to life by violinist Elliott Winn and artistic director Kyle Little, with the vocals of Daisy Pring. The winning composition of the Steel City Strings' Youth Composition Competition will also debut at the concert. Tickets can be secured via Trybooking.
Schubertiade at Bowral
- June 20, St Jude's Bowral, 2:30pm - 4:00pm
The Forelle Ensemble will come together to bring Austrian chamber music to the Highlands. The ensemble will pay tribute to composer Franz Schubert. Be enchanted by the melodies of cellos, the keys of the piano, and the notes of the violin and double bass. General and concession tickets are available.
Angus Murray at Glass Café Mittagong
- June 20, Glass Café, 1:15pm - 5:00pm at 15 minute intervals
Sit back and relax with the vocals of Angus Murray. Mr Murray is the lead singer of well-known Highlands band Eklypse. Attendees can indulge in Pie Time with the cafe's Peruvian alpaca pie that can be paired with a glass of Pinot. Bookings can be made online.
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