Activities for  2018

Classical Music Appreciation Group

Hosted by Herman Soenario

Herman presents a new and exciting programme each month. The aim of the Music lectures is to broaden the music scope of the participants, to interact, learn and experience a more rewarding way of listening.
In short, the music sessions will enrich, uplift, inspire while given many moments of joy.
Herman's logo: Beautiful music uplifts the spirit, transcending all boundaries ~ ~ ~ creating a Better World!
A $5 donation towards hall hire is requested and please bring some afternoon tea to share.

Third Thursday of each month; 2pm
Classical Music will restart on Thursday, 15th February, 2018
Atherton Uniting Church. Cnr Jack and Victoria StsEnrol
Thursday 15 February 2 - 4pm
We start 2018 with the emphasis on YOUTH - rejuvenating and inspiring!
Part 1
WUNDERKIND WOLFGANG: His first Mass, the Waisenhausmesse in a performance very similar to that first legendary performance which took place on 7 December 1768 at the Waisenhaus church, in the presence of the Court,
when the twelve-year-old Mozart conducted a choir of orphans in a performance that received "universal acclaim and admiration".
The performance we will hear features the Vienna Boys Choir with the Soprano and Mezzo Soprano solos sung by two soloist of the Choir.
YOUTH CHOIRS from around the world and a Norwegian BOY TREBLE who easily equals or even surpasses Aled Jones in his Boy Soprano years.
PLUS something to discover and enjoy: you may take with you a DVD of another glorious Mozart Mass composed 11 years later, also performed by a Boys Choir, and you may keep the DVD if you write a short review for the March session.
This will be a very full program, so please be early to sign in and to enjoy a bit of a social.
And remember - Share the Music and tell Friend and Foe - we gladly welcome new music lovers.

RE the mystery Mozart Mass DVD - Please confirm your attendance so you won't miss out

Tuesday Movie Night -

Hosted by Raye Gillen

These movies will run once a month. Please bring a plate of nibbles to share and your own drinks. Tea & coffee is provided in Room 22.
20th February: The Eye of the Storm, adapted from the Patrick White novel.3rd Tuesday of each month at 6pm starting on 20th February, 2018
Room 22
Atherton Community Centre
13th March: Oranges and Sunshine. Drama · Set in 1980s Nottingham, social worker Margaret Humphreys holds the British government accountable for child migration schemes and reunites the children involved -- now adults living mostly in Australia -- with their parents in Britain.Movies will be advised at least one month before, as they become known.
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