NICE TUNES: Daniel Cunnington and Belinda Manwaring are ready to perform at Robert Channon Wines on Sunday.
NICE TUNES: Daniel Cunnington and Belinda Manwaring are ready to perform at Robert Channon Wines on Sunday.

Music at Robert Channon Wines

LOVERS of the classical guitar and cello are in for a feast of music at the Swigmore Hall at Robert Channon Wines on Sunday.
Daniel Cunnington and Belinda Manwaring combined for an unforgettable concert last year and are returning to perform another program of Spanish and classical music.
They will also be including some pieces for lute and cello.
Their performance in 2011 was one of the year's most popular concerts at the winery.
They have just returned from a sell-out concert at the Adelaide Festival.
There will be a complete change of genre on Saturday, May 5 with the Bold as Brass Trio playing music for brass from classic to modern.
The trumpet, trombone and horn trio includes Melanie Taylor, who grew up in Warwick and is now principal horn player with the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra.
Then on Sunday, May 13 the Aperitif Jazz Ensemble, featuring Teri Welles, will return to the Singing Lake Cafe, where they will play their jazzy croons and tunes over a long lunch for Mothers' Day, starting midday.
Lunch is available in the Singing Lake Cafe before concerts.
Bookings are advised - for information and bookings call 07 4683 3260.

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