The acoustics were perfect at the Mosman Art Gallery, a former church, for a range of music performances to celebrate fine music and thank supporters of Sydney classical music community station Fine Music 102.5.
The high vaulted ceiling delivered just the right amount or reverb for each of the different styles of music played during the evening, which is one of Fine Music’s annual fund raising events.
The evening was hosted by jazz music presenter Christopher Waterhouse (pictured below).
Performances included jazz and classical selections by the station’s Artists in Residence and scholars:
States of Chaos – 2020 Associate Artists-in-Residence
Nicholas Gentile – 2019 Stefan Kruger Scholar
Harry Sdraulig – 2020 Stefan Kruger Scholar
Kate Wadey – 2020 Ken Weatherley Jazz Scholar (pictured)
The station’s General Manager Rebecca Beare told guests in her speech:
programs. I am thrilled to be able to share these with you tonight.
At Fine Music we play an important role in encouraging these musicians in their ambitions to become professional musicians or broadcasters. None of these Emerging Artist projects would have ever been possible without the support and generosity of our valued stakeholders.
Photos courtesy of Charlie Chen, NIcholas Gentile and Phlip Pogson.