A PLEASANT sunny afternoon and cool evening is expected for Saturday’s twilight outdoor solo cello concert in the forest at Mount Royal, 50km north of Singleton.
The program of this very different outdoor classical concert – on January 12 – in a quiet setting will be inspired by the unique location, nature and the weather.
“As the sun sets on the forest high above the Hunter Valley, concert-goers will be immersed in a nature-led, outdoor, acoustic performance of Bach and other baroque favourites by London-based cellist Anthony Albrecht,” said Martin Fallding from Callicoma Hill Eco-cabins.
“Anthony is one of the Hunter region’s finest musical exports – and returns to Australia regularly to perform.
“He’ll speak about his music, his cello and his feelings for the bush.
“This concert will follow Anthony to three different forested locations for some uplifting solo cello music.
“Between the music, there is time to enjoy a BYO picnic dinner, with the final music played under the starlit sky.”
Callicoma Hill Eco-cabins will host the Bach to the Bush performance on the weekend, with the concert starting about 6pm.
Overnight bush camping and shared bunkhouse accommodation is available.
Guests staying overnight will enjoy a unique morning breakfast concert.
To find out more about this special event, look at the details on TryBooking.
Online bookings prior to the concert are required and event details are at www.trybooking.com/ZXJN
“Concert tickets and accommodation must be pre-booked and will not be available at the gate,” Mr Fallding said.
“Note that there are special requirements for the concert.
“Shared bunkhouse accommodation or camping is also available.”
Tickets are available at www.trybooking.com/ZXJN and you can contact Martin and Jan at Callicoma Hill Eco-cabins on 6571 1208.