‘Sweet’ music to launch Woodend Winter Arts Festival

Josephine Vains, Rosanne Hunt and Edwina Cordingley will perform Bach's Cello Suites on Saturday in Woodend.

Easily some of the most recognised works for cello, Bach’s Cello Suites continue to delight audiences and cellists alike.
These iconic works of classical music have inspired many other musicians and artists across the centuries. Many of us are familiar with them through movies and theatre.
Composed nearly three centuries ago, the Solo Cello Suites of Johann Sebastian Bach are cherished by cellists the world over and contain untold delights for the listener.
Budding cello students will no doubt dream of being able to perform these works; so regarded are they as essential parts of the cello repertoire.
Join three Australian cellists, Edwina Cordingley, Rosanne Hunt and Josephine Vains as they explore the exquisite French Dance forms of Suites 1, 2 and 3 on period instruments in the perfect acoustic of St Ambrose Church, Woodend.
This concert will launch the Woodend Winter Arts Festival’s June program. You can find out more online: woodendwinterartsfestival.org.au.
Saturday March 28 at 2.30pm
St Ambrose Church, Woodend
Tickets: $30 full / $25 concession / $10 children