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2015

Events

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au


From The Mayor Congratulations to the Mitchell Conservatorium on curating such an exciting and vibrant 2015 concert program in celebration of Bathurst200. With a decided focus on local professional musicians and collaborative works with visiting artists, this year’s program will not fail to delight audiences. Celebrating 37 years of providing live music, music education and training and community concerts the Mitchell Conservatorium is again set to raise the bar for locally produced cultural, creative and artistic endeavours for our community – for which we are indeed richer. See you at the Con!

Cr Gary Rush Mayor of Bathurst


From The Executive Director Welcome to Mitchell Conservatorium’s Major Events for 2015 2014 saw a year of great diversity in our public performance schedule, and this year will be no less varied. We believe that Mit Con is ideally placed to both complement the broader performing arts programming across our region, and to take the lead on creating opportunities for performers and audiences alike to engage with experiences that would otherwise simply not take place. With that view, we are proud to be collaborating on a number of events with the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, as well strengthening our ties as co-presenters with Councils in Lithgow, Forbes and Parkes. This year also sees a greater representation of our own professional performers - through recitals, Chamber Music Academy activity, and the Mitchell Chamber Orchestra. Formed in 2014 as part of the overwhelmingly successful Touchstones Song Cycle project, MCO will be collaborating this year with international piano soloist, Avan Yu, in a concerto program hosted by BMEC on May 12. Return favourites, again appearing in Lithgow, Forbes, Molong and Bathurst, include Mit Con’s official visiting resident artists, Omega Ensemble, led by their wonderfully talented Artistic Director, David Rowden. We also welcome the renowned Seraphim Trio in March, look forward to a new, expanded, series of lunchtime concerts across the divisions, and are proud to be bringing the dynamic Andrew Robson Quartet back to the region with a schedule of workshops and concert performances at the River Arts Festival (Forbes) and the Inland Sea of Sound festival in Bathurst. The Inland Sea of Sound was developed by BMEC and our own Aaron Hopper in 2010 and this year the festival will expand to include a greater number of artists across all genres.

Keep your eyes peeled for the full schedule, in development as I type! Community concerts also make up an important part of our performance program so feel free to attend these low cost or free lunchtime recital series. Without taking up way too much space, however, I can’t possibly mention everything that appears in the following pages (the above is merely a tease), so… please interrogate the following pages, make plenty of diary entries, tell all your friends, and we’ll see you there! And do remember, you can visit www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au any time for a full list of our events and activities throughout the year.

Graham Sattler

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au

Tickets for all events can be pre-purchased from Mitchell Conservatorium Lithgow | Bathurst | Lachlan or from the venue box office prior to each performance. For all enquiries call 02 6331 6622.


Lunchtimes with MitCon MitCon’s popular lunch time concerts gives people a chance to take a special break during a busy working day, or meet a friend to share in the wonderful music making. To ensure that all in our community can enjoy these concerts that have become a MitCon tradition, admission is free and requires no booking. Simply come along on the day and enjoy.

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622 Lithgow: 1.00pm Mitchell Conservatorium | 2 Wylde Street | Lithgow Thursdays: 18 June | 13 August | 19 November Bathurst: 1.00pm All Saints’ Cathedral Church St | Bathurst Wednesdays: 4 March | 1 April | 6 May | 3 June | 1 July | 5 August 2 September | 7 October | 4 November Forbes: 1.00pm Town Hall Harold St | Forbes Wednesdays: 11 March | 10 June | 12 August | 18 November Mitchell Conservatorium Lunchtime Concert Series are free admission for the community with an occasional request for a gold coin donation to cover additional venue heating costs.

Seniors Week Concert Series Saturday 14 to Sunday 22 March | Bathurst venues Showcase Bathurst200 Sunday 17 May 2.00pm | BMEC Bathurst Ensembles Concert Sunday 31 May 3.00pm | BCCC Bathurst

Community Concerts

Rock School Open Mic Friday 10 July | Bathurst

Winter Showcase Sunday 23 August 3.00pm | BCCC Bathurst Bathurst Spring Garden Spectacular Sat 31 October & Sun 1 November | Bathurst gardens Bathurst City & RSL 130th Anniversary Band Festival Sunday 22 November | Machattie Park Christmas on Keppel Saturday 28 November | Bathurst Library forecourt Reliance Carols by Candlelight Sunday 13 December 6.00pm | Machattie Park


Seraphim Trio’s 2015 recital series pivots on Beethoven’s entire oeuvre of piano trios. Seraphim is well known for preparing musical programs as one would a feast: pairing works for their combined effect, for textural balance and contextual logic as well as intrinsic beauty. By interspersing performances with anecdotes about the composer’s creative and personal life, Seraphim Trio takes audiences on an immersive and deeply satisfying journey.

BEETHOVEN Piano Trios Opus 1 No. 1 in E-flat major Opus 11 Piano Trio No. 4 in B-flat major ‘Gassenhauer’ Opus 97 in B-flat major ‘Archduke’

Thursday 5 March 7.30pm Orange Regional Conservatorium Friday 6 March 7.30pm | Macquarie Regional Conservatorium Dubbo Saturday 7 March 7.30pm Mit Con Bathurst Bathurst Tickets: Adults $30 | Concession $20 | Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


itchell String Quartet with Stephanie Baker, violin

Mitchell String Quartet’s members, Andrew Baker, Nicholas Newell, Fiona Thompson and Sybbi Georgiou, have been presenting chamber music concerts in the central west for over 30 years. MSQ was launched in November 2014 at their inaugural and highly acclaimed performances in Lithgow and Bathurst. MSQ is passionate about offering high quality, beautiful, accessible and well known chamber music repertoire to Central West audiences, as a regular feature of our concert calendar. Stephanie Baker will join MSQ for Mozart’s charming String Quintet in D major.

PROGRAM W.A Mozart - String Quintet in D major k 593 Philip Glass - String Quartet no. 2 ‘Company’ M. sRavel - String Quartet in F

Friday 13 March 7.30pm St John’s Anglican Church Molong Saturday 14 7.30pm MitCon Bathurst Sunday 15 March 3.00pm All Saints’ Church Canowindra Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


Beethoven and Beyond

Beethoven and his eccentric life, the depths of emotion in his music, and his profound deafness have long made him a figure of fascination. Pianist Cindy Fox continues this fascination, exploring the sonata (including the Moonlight and Pathetique) in an overview of Beethoven’s musical development. The program also includes Schumann’s Scenes from Childhood, Takemitsu’s Rain Tree Sketch II and Ross Edwards’ Mantras and Night Flowers.

Thursay 2 April 7.30pm MitCon Lithgow Friday 3 April 7.30pm MitCon Bathurst Saturday 4 April 3.00pm Town Hall Forbes Sunday 12 April 3.00pm St Johns’ Anglican Church Molong

Cindy Fox | Solo Piano

School aged MitCon students FREE

Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


Two Cellos

Georg Mertens and Ella Jamieson will perform No 5 and 9 from the beautiful 9 cello Sonatas by Vivaldi, the most beloved of Italian composers. The Sonatas are shared with cello Duo No 1 by August Kummer, the king of Classical cello duo music, injecting an amazing inventiveness and wit into the interactive collaboration of the cellos, along with J.S.Bach’s, Prelude, Allemande and Bourree from Lute Suite No 1, transcribed by Georg for two cellos – a world premiere!

Friday 10 April 7.30pm Eskbank House Lithgow Saturday 11 April 7.30pm Uniting Church Bathurst Sunday 12 April 3.00pm Town Hall Forbes Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

Ella Jamieson | Georg Mertens

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


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Vivaldi’s cello sonatas and Folksongs by Ann Carr-Boyd and Elena Kats-Chernin. We explore the intimate and personal in music for cello and harpsichord. With Rita Woolhouse (cello) and Diana Weston (Harpsichord), with a little help from Bathurst’s own soprano Narelle Hissey. PROGRAM Vivaldi - Cello Sonatas Ann Carr-Boyd - Folksongs Elena Kats Chernin – The Birch Tree

Sunday 26 April 3.00pm MitCon Bathurst Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


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Enjoy a concert of exhilarating and exciting live music. This special performance will feature a rare opportunity to hear an 1814 cello, believed to have belonged to Mrs Elizabeth Macquarie (from the Museum of Sydney collection), played by David Pereira, one of Australia’s most accomplished cellists. David is widely experienced, continuing to evolve as a player, teacher, composer and writer. His playing aims for perfect listening and emotional responsiveness, uncompromised by thought or technical limitation. Enjoy a diverse program featuring the Bathurst Chamber Orchestra, David Pereira and guest artists.

PROGRAM Peter Sculthorpe - Remembering Mrs Macquarie Vivaldi - Cello Concerto David Popper - Hungarian Rhapsody for Cello David Pereira - Special premiere composition

Wednesday 29 April 7.30pm BMEC Tickets: Adults $10; Concession $5 BMEC Box Office 02 6333 6161

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


Across Australia

Artists react to the people and places that surround them; creating works that represent a diversity of contexts. Evoking seas, skies, and the landscapes in between, this program showcases the responses of some of Australia’s eminent composers, past and present. Featured works include: Ross Edwards - Nura, Miriam Hyde - Five Solos, Jan Preston Eat Chocolate and Cry, Peter Sculthorpe - Songs of Sea and Sky and two short solos for flute and piano.

Friday 8 May 7.30pm MitCon Lithgow Saturday 9 May 7.30pm MitCon Bathurst Sunday 10 May 3.00pm Town Hall Forbes

Cindy Fox | piano

Phil Braithwaite | flute

Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


Avan Yu and the Mitchell Chamber Orchestra Favourite Piano Concertos

A recital by Avan Yu was a highlight of the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre 2014 Season prompting an invitation for him to return in 2015. Joining Avun will be the Mitchell Chamber Orchestra, western New South Wales’ newest professional chamber orchestra, the flagship ensemble of the Mitchell Conservatorium Chamber Music Academy. With a core of MitCon professional staff members and advanced students, the orchestra also engages guest artists from across the conservatorium’s broad range of professional relationships, as required on a per program basis. The orchestra’s inaugural outing was as part of the Touchstones Song Cycle Project (2014) with The Andrew Robson

Quartet and Richard Gill OAM. That project included a collaboration with BMEC Local Stages on a highly successful free community forum, alongside concert performances in Bathurst, Orange and Sydney. Conductor: Ben Macpherson OAM

Program Mozart - Overture to Cosi fan tutte Bach - Concerto in F minor BWV1056 Haydn - Concerto in D major Hob.XVIII:11 Mozart - Concerto in G major K.453

Tuesday 12 May 8.00pm | BMEC Tickets: BMEC Box Office 02 6333 6161

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


itchell String Quartet with Cindy Fox, piano

Mitchell String Quartet’s members, Andrew Baker, Nicholas Newell, Fiona Thompson and Sybbi Georgiou, have been presenting chamber music concerts in the central west for over 30 years. MSQ was launched in November 2014 at their inaugural and highly acclaimed performances in Lithgow and Bathurst. MSQ is passionate about offering high quality, beautiful, accessible and well known chamber music repertoire to Central West audiences, as a regular feature of our concert calendar. Cindy Fox joins the quartet for this program as pianist in the magnificent Schumann Piano Quintet.

PROGRAM J. Haydn - String Quartet no. 53 in D major ‘The Lark’ D. Shostakovich - String Quartet no. 8 op. 110 R. Schumann - Piano Quintet in Eb op. 44

Friday 5 June 7.30pm MitCon Lithgow Saturday 6 June 7.30pm MitCon Bathurst Sunday 7 June 3.00pm Town Hall Forbes Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


itCon Early Childhood Music Concert

in the night? MitCon’s annual Early Childhood Music Concert Join the Magical Musical Meander. Sing, move and discover live music in a new and exciting interactive concert for 0 to 8 year-olds! Wear your pyjamas and bring your teddy bear!

Saturday 13 June 2.00pm MitCon Lithgow Sunday 14 June 11.00am MitCon Bathurst Sunday 21 June 11.00am MitCon Lachlan All tickets $10 | Family of Four $30

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


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The Bathurst Chamber Orchestra, a Mitchell Conservatorium Ensemble, is a community string orchestra which comprises around 20 local string players including professionals, tertiary music students and gifted amateur players. The Bathurst Chamber Orchestra (BCO) receives support from the Bathurst Regional Council and is recognised as one of the region’s leading community orchestras, playing a major role in providing audiences with accessible and affordable opportunities to enjoy live performances of a wide range of well-known and new orchestral repertoire. Alongside performing traditional string-orchestra repertoire, the Orchestra regularly collaborates with professional Woodwind, Brass and Percussion players, as well as other ensembles such as the Allegri Singers for performances of works such as Handel’s Messiah and Haydn’s Creation.

PROGRAM Bach - Brandenberg Concerto No. 3 Bach - Concerto in D Minor for 2 solo violins Pachelbel - Kanon and Gigue Vivaldi - Cantata’nulla in mundo pax sincera

Friday 19 June 7.30pm Bathurst Saturday 20 June 3.00pm Oberon Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


In an exciting new program by established duo Sarah Coghlan (violin) and Cindy Fox (piano), expect every musical shade from the colour spectrum of the early twentieth century. With influences from the drama, dance, film and folk worlds, light, brilliance and fire are juxtaposed against misery, despair and anguish. Coming soon to a concert venue near you!

Wed 8 July 7.30pm | MitCon Lithgow Thur 9 July 7.30pm | MitCon Bathurst Saturday 11 July 3.00pm | Forbes Sunday 12 July 3.00pm | Molong Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


The Moon’s a Balloon Patch Theatre

A balloon can be a friend to play with or a maker of friendships. It can hold its breath for days and disappear in an instant. It can make your hair stand on end and fill you with laughter. A balloon can be something loved or something lost; something shared or something broken. A balloon can be anything you need it to be.

Exploration, play and invention are at the heart of the way children make friends. The Moon’s a Balloon celebrates balloons, play and friendship in a visual-theatrefest of music, image, light and story that will delight and inspire the hearts and minds of 4-8 year olds and their carers. Audiences are invited to participate as choristers in our performance and contribute to the making of a giant “wOtbe thing” in our theatre foyer.

itchell Young Voices Wednesday 22 July 6.30pm Thursday 23 July 10.00am & 1.00pm BMEC Tickets: BMEC Box Office 02 6333 6161

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


Jane Sheldon soprano | David Rowden clarinet | Maria Raspopova piano Following the success of Omega’s Regional Tour in 2014, the Ensemble returns with concerts in Molong, Bathurst, Lithgow and Forbes in 2015, performing with internationally renowned Australian Soprano, Jane Sheldon. In 2014 the Ensemble formed a partnership with the Mitchell Conservatorium to perform annual tours and master classes in regional NSW. Omega will be performing a diverse selection of works for soprano, clarinet and piano.

Thursday 23 July 7.30pm MitCon Lithgow Friday 24 July 7.30pm Abercrombie House Bathurst Saturday 25 July 3.00pm Town Hall Forbes Sunday 26 July 3.00pm St John’s Anglican Church Molong Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

PROGRAM Brahms - Ophelia Songs for soprano and piano Debussy - Chansons de Bilitis Poulenc - Sonata for Clarinet and Piano

Edwards - Bingyang for solo clarinet & clapping sticks Spohr - Excerpts from Six German Songs Rachmaninoff - Vocalise Schubert - Shepherd on the Rock

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itchell String Quartet with Justin Screen, clarinet

Mitchell String Quartet’s (MSQ) members, Andrew Baker, Nicholas Newell, Fiona Thompson and Sybbi Georgiou, have been presenting chamber music concerts in the central west for over 30 years. MSQ was launched in November 2014 at their inaugural and highly acclaimed performances in Lithgow and Bathurst. MSQ is passionate about offering high quality, beautiful, accessible and well known chamber music repertoire to Central West audiences, as a regular feature of our concert calendar. Justin Screen joins the Quartet for this program as clarinettist for Mozart’s beautiful Clarinet Quintet and Glazunov’s Oriental Reverie.

PROGRAM A. Borodin - String Quartet no. 2 in D A. Glazunov - Oriental Reverie op.14 no.2 W.A Mozart - Clarinet Quintet in A KV 581

Friday 7 August 7.30pm Eskbank House Lithgow Saturday 8 August 7.30pm MitCon Bathurst Sunday 9 August 3.00pm Town Hall Forbes Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


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Britten cantus Glass Company ICAL US Barber Adagio BCO Bartok Romanian Folk Dances FE A ST The Bathurst Chamber Orchestra (BCO), a Mitchell Conservatorium Ensemble, is a community string orchestra which comprises around 20 local string players including professionals, tertiary music students and gifted amateur players. The BCO receives support from the Bathurst Regional Council, and is recognised as one of the region’s leading community orchestras, playing a major role in providing audiences with accessible and affordable opportunities to enjoy live performances of a wide range of wellknown and new orchestral repertoire. Alongside performing traditional stringorchestra repertoire, the Orchestra regularly collaborates with professional Woodwind, Brass and Percussion players, as well as

other ensembles such as the Allegri Singers for performances of works such as Handel’s Messiah and Haydn’s Creation. PROGRAM Pärt Cantus in Memoriam Benjamine Britten Glass Company Barber Adagio Bartok Romanian Folk Dances

Friday 14 August 7.30pm Bathurst Saturday 15 August 3.00pm Oberon Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


itchell String Quartet with Phil Braithwaite, flute

Mitchell String Quartet’s members, Andrew Baker, Nicholas Newell, Fiona Thompson and Sybbi Georgiou, have been presenting chamber music concerts in the central west for over 30 years. MSQ was launched in November 2014 at their inaugural and highly acclaimed performances in Lithgow and Bathurst. MSQ is passionate about offering high quality, beautiful, accessible and well known chamber music repertoire to Central West audiences, as a regular feature of our concert calendar.

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Flautist Phil Braithwaite joins MSQ for Mozart’s Flute Quartet and Vaughan Williams’ Phantasy Quintet

Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

W.A Mozart - Flute Quartet D Major K 285 R. Vaughan Williams - Phantasy Quintet F. Schubert - String Quartet in D minor ‘Death and the Maiden’ op. post.

Friday 9 October 7.30pm Holy Trinity Church Orange Saturday 10 October 7.30pm MitCon Bathurst Sunday 11 October 3.00pm Prince of Wales Opera House Gulgong

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


Duocracy

Duelling pianists Cindy Fox and Michelle Griffin duke it out over a hot keyboard. Although these two have known each other since high school and worked together often, this is their first outing as a duo. Selections include Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite, Bizet’s L’Arlésienne Suite Number 2... and more than a fews surprises!

Sunday 11 October 3.00pm Town Hall Forbes Friday 16 October 7.30pm MitCon Bathurst Saturday 17 October 3.00pm MitCon Molong

Cindy Fox & Michelle Griffin Four Hands | One Piano

Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


Lieder:Songs

A recital from one the region’s best loved tenors, Jonathan Lewis, featuring well known German lieder by Schubert and Brahms, Art Song by composers such as Richard Hagemann and songs from popular Music Theatre including Empty Chairs at Empty Tables from Les Miserable and I Confess from Footloose.

Friday 23 October 7.30pm MitCon Lithgow Saturday 24 October 7.30pm MitCon Bathurst Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

Jonathan Lewis accompanied on piano by Michelle Griffin

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


This year’s Inland Sea of Sound Festival builds on its firm reputation as a music festival destination, attracting some of Australia’s leading artists for a three-day weekend musical feast. Special guests include The Andrew Robson Quartet in a series of intimate gigs, workshops and concerts.

Friday 6 November Saturday 7 November Sunday 8 November Festival site - Bathurst Goldfields Tickets: BMEC Box Office 6333 6161 Tickets on sale soon, check inlandseaofsound.com.au for details

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


The Evolving Flute

Flautist Phil Braithwaite and Pianist Cindy Fox explore the development of the flute from the Baroque through to the modern period: along with the extended techniques exploited by modern composers. Ranging from Bach to Schubert, Poulenc and beyond, this concert showcases the full range of the instrument.

Friday 13 November 7.30pm MitCon Lithgow Saturday 14 November 7.30pm MitCon Bathurst Sunday 15 November 3.00pm Town Hall Forbes

Phil Braithwaite flute Cindy Fox piano

Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


Bathurst Chamber Orchestra

a Mitchell Conservatorium Ensemble

Nelson Mass

The Bathurst Chamber Orchestra, a Mitchell Conservatorium Ensemble, is a community string orchestra which comprises around 20 local string players including professionals, tertiary music students and gifted amateur players. The BCO receives support from the Bathurst Regional Council, and is recognised as one of the region’s leading community orchestras, playing a major role in providing audiences with accessible and affordable opportunities to enjoy live performances of a wide range of well-known and new orchestral repertoire. Alongside performing traditional stringorchestra repertoire, the Orchestra regularly collaborates with professional Woodwind, Brass and Percussion players, as well as

other ensembles such as the Allegri Singers for performances of works such as Handel’s Messiah and Haydn’s Creation. Conductor: Ben Macpherson OAM With the Allegri Singers, Orange Regional Conservatorium Symphonic Choir and the All Saints’ Cathedral Choir

PROGRAM Haydn - ‘Nelson’ Mass (1798)

Sunday 21 November 3.00pm All Saints Cathedral Bathurst Adults $30 | Concession $20 Family of Four $80 School aged MitCon students FREE

www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au Phone 02 6331 6622


Major Sponsors

Mitchell Conservatorium Scholarship Sponsors Bathurst Spring Spectacular | Bathurst Real Estate | Blayney Shire Council Barbara Bruce | Uli Bracken | ITP Bathurst Jonathan & Maureen Lewis | Lithgow City Council | Lions Club of Bathurst Mitchell Conservatorium Friends - Bathurst, Lachlan, Lithgow Piano Direction | Rotary Club of Bathurst Rotary Club of Bathurst Daybreak | Rotary Club of Bathurst East Raine & Horne | Deirdre Stuebe | Thompson Enterprises

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2015 Mitchell Conservatorium Event Program  

The Mitchell Conservatorium has curated an exciting and vibrant 2015 concert program in celebration of Bathurst 200. With a decided focus on...

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The Mitchell Conservatorium has curated an exciting and vibrant 2015 concert program in celebration of Bathurst 200. With a decided focus on...

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