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What a great festival weekend!

Thank you 

 

Goldner String Quartet

&

Duo Histoire

A taste of the 2022 concert. Nathan Greentree, viola, and Heather Lindsay, cello joined the Goldner String Quartet playing Edward Elgar's Nimrod from The Enigma Variations in a moving tribute to the Queen who died as the Festival was to begin.  

The festival began with an evening soiree at Gloucester Gallery where the guests were treated to a taste of the music to come over the weekend.  The concerts on Saturday 10 September & Sunday11 September 2022 played to full houses and were received with acclaim.  

The Goldner String Quartet's program included evocative pieces by Australian and New Zealand composers and concluded with the power and beauty of Robert Schumann's String Quartet No.3 in A major, Op.41 No.3 .

The guitar and saxophone playing of Duo Histoire floated across the paddock on a beautiful Sunday morning after which a number of groups picnicked at the creek before the afternoon concert. 

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A musical journey in Gloucester

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The idea for the Craven Creek Concerts started when we bought our piece of Gloucester paradise, 'Kingfisher'.  The old barn on the farm had a stage that was crying out to be used.  

 

In 2013 the first concert was held on a beautiful September afternoon to a packed audience.  The response to the concert encouraged us to make it an annual springtime event hence the formation of the Craven Creek Music Association Inc., a not-for-profit registered charitable organisation.

Your support has encouraged us to continue the concert series which has continued to grow is scale and in the number of people attending. We are excited to be able to bring you some more amazing performers in 2022. 

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