Where can one find entertainment like that heard last month in the Vets’ and Community Hall for only $2? Two pianists played the ‘Finale’ from Carnival of the Animals as a duet. It may not have been perfect but it had plenty of life in it and ended in a flourish!
So pleased that Lucia Phelan spent the evening with us, brought a friend and played the piece she and Pam closed the Simply Classical Concert Programme in Gympie with last month. Also heard was a Japanese piece called Butterflies played by Sue Flower and Pam.
Great to hear Sue and Lu on mandolin and guitar back from their travels, though I doubt they’ll stand still for long. Lawrence sang more of his Maori songs, Frank and Marilyn were in good form and joined their ukulele group Dancing with Bears, complete with ‘bear’ faces.
Many thanks to Gunther for managing the sound equipment and to Irene and Marie for jumping into the kitchen to serve us tea and coffee.
If you would like to participate in this evening of music plus funny stories, poems or anecdotes at 7pm on Thursday, November 29, please contact Pam Graham: 0427 180 649 or firstname.lastname@example.org