AUSTRALIAN BRANDENBURG ORCHESTRA • SEASON 2021 BROCHURE

Season 2021

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Series

FEBRUARY — MARCH

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Handel’s Rome All roads lead to Rome

APRIL — MAY

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Higher Angels Hold on to your heart

JULY

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Bach’s Universe It’s just you, Bach and the universe

SEPTEMBER

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Poet of the Violin A simple twist of fate Italian Baroque with Circa Sexy, delicious and passionately Baroque OCTOBER — NOVEMBER

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DECEMBER

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Noël! Noël! An organ breaks and a tradition begins

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FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Paul Dyer

PAUL DYER AO ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Waiting in the wings, fizzing with electricity and anticipation, we watch for the stage light to flicker green. We burst onto the stage and into the lights and the show begins. This is what I’ve missed most this year.

Musicians get our buzz and energy from each other and from you, the listener. We share your excitement during a surging crescendo and feel a collective bliss in the space between the final note of an aria and your gracious applause. No note or night is quite the same. Once in full flight an orchestra cannot be paused or replayed, each musical phrase enters and leaves through a different door in a single exquisite moment. This is the irreplaceable magic of live performance. I am ecstatic to be launching our 2021 live season with the biggest of bangs! Handel’s Rome will open with a flourish of Baroque trumpets and sackbutts and all the fanfare of the glorious Brandenburg Choir in full soaring voice. Circa performers return, two of the world’s most exciting Baroque violinists visit and we reunite with Sara Macliver – hold on to your hearts! The brilliant Brandenburg musicians will light up Australia’s stages throughout the season and make 2021 a luminous year of Baroque. The pages of this brochure are filled with the details of the six exceptional subscription concerts which you can enjoy in the glitz and the glamour of the concert hall. And, for the very first time, each mainstage concert in our 2021 season will be filmed and released as a broadcast quality production on our digital platform Brandenburg One.

Every Brandenburg subscriber will receive free access so you can relive all the magic moments from a favourite live performance or gather your family and friends for a Baroque dinner party and watch an entire concert, Brandenburg One style! Welcome back to the concert hall and into Season 2021. Thank you for your ongoing loyalty and generosity and I look forward to creating another outstanding season of music with you that will be 100% Brandenburg and passionately Baroque!

Paul Dyer AO Co-Founder & Artistic Director Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

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FROM THE MANAGING DIRECTOR Bruce Applebaum

The 2021 season opens with great fanfare and excitement. My Co-Founder and Artistic Director Paul Dyer has programmed a season that celebrates what we love most - the shared joy of experiencing Baroque music performed on period instruments by the world’s best musicians live in the concert hall.

While COVID-19 temporarily forced us physically apart in 2020, technology and a restless energy to create kept us together throughout a challenging year. The Brandenburg is a national orchestra with a unique model: our musicians hail from all of Australia’s states and territories and come together six times each year to rehearse, perform and tour each concert series. 2020 was, in many ways, a stress test for the company and for the broader Arts sector. The Brandenburg has emerged from the industry-wide shutdown a more resilient, agile and creative organisation. Many brilliant new performances have been shared and enjoyed on our inventive new digital stage Brandenburg One. It has been inspiring to see how enthusiastically audiences have engaged with the platform. Online performances allow new audiences an entry point to Baroque music. Almost half of the total audience to Brandenburg One resides outside Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane - the cities we regularly perform in – and viewers have tuned in from over 70 countries around the world. One third of this diverse audience is under 35 years of age and the most engaged segment of the public is between 25-34 years of age.

Although not a replacement for live concerts, Brandenburg One has become a regular way for our loyal subscribers to experience Baroque music in a flexible new style. The success of our digital performances, the diverse new audiences we have discovered and our imminent return to concert halls give me tremendous confidence about a bright future for the Brandenburg. It is in this spirit that I warmly welcome you to Season 2021 and sincerely thank you for your ongoing support as a loyal Brandenburg subscriber.

Bruce Applebaum Co-Founder & Managing Director Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

BRUCE APPLEBAUM MANAGING DIRECTOR

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BIOGRAPHY Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, led by charismatic Artistic Director Paul Dyer, celebrates the music of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with excellence, flair and joy.

Comprising leading specialists in historically informed performance practice from all over Australia, the Brandenburg performs using editions based on original sources and instruments of the period, breathing fresh life and vitality into Baroque and Classical masterpieces – as though the music has just sprung from the composer’s pen. The Orchestra’s name pays tribute to the Brandenburg Concertos of JS Bach, whose musical genius was central to the Baroque era. The Brandenburg has collaborated with such acclaimed and dynamic virtuosi as Avi Avital, Dmitry Sinkovsky, Riccardo Minasi, Shunske Sato, Stefano Montanari, Xavier de Maistre, Andreas Scholl, Philippe Jaroussky, Kristian Bezuidenhout, and more. Through its annual subscription series in Sydney and Melbourne, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra performs before a live audience in excess of 58,000 people, and hundreds of thousands more through national broadcasts on ABC Classic FM. The Orchestra also has a regular commitment to performing in regional Australia. Since 2003, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra has been a member of the Major Performing Arts Group, which comprises 28 flagship national arts organisations supported by the Australia Council for the Arts. The Orchestra began regular touring to Queensland in 2015. Since its beginning, the Brandenburg has been popular with both audiences and critics. In 1998 The Age proclaimed the Brandenburg “had reached the ranks of the world’s best period instrument orchestras”.

“...what stands out at concert after concert is the impression that this bunch of musicians is having a really good time. They look at each other and smile and laugh... there’s a warmth and sense of fun not often associated with classical performance.” The Brandenburg’s 20 recordings with ABC Classics include five ARIA Award winners for Best Classical Album (1998, 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2010). In 2015 the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra was the recipient of the Sidney Myer Performing Arts Group Award and in 2016 the Helpmann Award for Best Chamber Concert. Discover more at brandenburg.com.au In 2010 the UK’s Gramophone Magazine declared “the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra is Australia’s finest period-instrument ensemble. Under their inspiring musical director Paul Dyer, their vibrant concerts and recordings combine historical integrity with electrifying virtuosity and a passion for beauty”. The Australian proclaimed that “a concert with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra is like stepping back in time, as the sounds of period instruments resurrect Baroque and Classical works with reverence and authority”.

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AUSTRALIAN BRANDENBURG ORCHESTRA AND BRANDENBURG CHOIR

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SERIES 01: HANDEL’S ROME

All roads lead to Rome

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Handel Dixit Dominus for Choir & Orchestra Corelli Concerto grosso in D major, Op. 6/4 Corelli Concerto grosso in D major, Op. 6/7 Brescianello Violin Concerto in C major , Bre3 SYDNEY, CITY RECITAL HALL Wednesday, 24 February 7:00PM Friday, 26 February 7:00PM Saturday, 27 February 2:00PM (matinée) Saturday, 27 February 7:00PM

ARTISTS Paul Dyer AO Artistic Director, conductor, harpsichord Australian Brandenburg Orchestra Brandenburg Choir

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La Città Eterna had been a sparkling metropolis for more than two thousand years when a brilliant young musician from Halle arrived. Drawn by its drama, Rome would be imprinted forever on the musical mind of George Frideric Handel. Handel absorbed Baroque Rome’s dynamism and met minds with its most glamorous musicians. One of these characters, the great violinist Arcangelo Corelli, composed Twelve Concerti Grossi which are today regarded as the earliest and finest examples of the form. Two concertos from the set - both in the triumphant key of D major - will be performed in luminous arrangements for string orchestra, Baroque trumpets and sackbutts. While Handel was in Rome, opera had been banned by Papal decree. Turning his attention to music for the church, Handel composed one of his most eternal works. The great composer's virtuosic setting of Psalm 110, Dixit Dominus , unites an expanded Australian Brandenburg Orchestra with the full Brandenburg Choir in a dazzling start to the season.

Handel’s Rome

Tuesday, 2 March 7:00PM Friday, 5 March 7:00PM

FEBRUARY – MARCH

RAINER SAVILLE AND LEANNE SULLIVAN

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SERIES 02: HIGHER ANGELS

Hold on to your heart

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Arias and duets by Bach , Handel , Monteverdi, Porpora and Vivaldi .

ARTISTS Paul Dyer AO Artistic Director, harpsichord Sara Macliver (Perth) Soprano Russell Harcourt (London) Countertenor Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

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SYDNEY, CITY RECITAL HALL Wednesday, 21 April 7:00PM Friday, 23 April 7:00PM Saturday, 24 April 2:00PM (matinée) Saturday, 24 April 7:00PM Friday, 30 April 7:00PM Wednesday, 5 May 7:00PM RIVERSIDE THEATRE, PARRAMATTA Thursday, 29 April 7:00PM

The sublime soprano. The emotional countertenor. Closely connected but distinctly different, the high male and female voices are the sparkling stars of Baroque. Individually alluring, collectively dynamic, two leading Australian singers will share the stage in a shimmering exposition of Baroque arias and duets. Sara Macliver and Russell Harcourt will masterfully explore the exquisite possibilities of this breathtaking vocal combination. Sara’s deep association with the Brandenburg began in 1996 when she performed with Paul Dyer for Diana, Princess of Wales. Sara seized audiences' hearts in the inaugural 2000 Noël! Noël! concert and has since recorded 35 albums with ABC Classic and become one of Australia’s leading exponents of Baroque vocal performance. Renowned for his dexterous delivery in the Bel Canto style, longtime Brandenburg friend Russell Harcourt has performed in many of the world's great opera houses. The UK Guardian’s Stephen Pritchard describes Russell as “an impressive Handelian with a thrilling top register”.

Higher Angels

APRIL – MAY

SARA MACLIVER

RUSSELL HARCOURT

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SERIES 03: BACH’S UNIVERSE

It’s just you, Bach and the universe

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Bach Pasticcio (Paul Dyer)

ARTISTS Paul Dyer AO Artistic Director, harpsichord Jonas Zschenderlein (Frankfurt) Baroque violin Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

Bach Violin Concerto in E major Bach Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major

SERIES 03

SYDNEY, CITY RECITAL HALL Wednesday, 21 July 7:00PM Friday, 23 July 7:00PM Saturday, 24 July 2:00PM (matinée) Saturday, 24 July 7:00PM Wednesday, 28 July 7:00PM Friday, 30 July 7:00PM

A performance of JS Bach’s music is an individual journey into an inner universe of mystery and magnificence. Constellations of chords rush to become vast galaxies of sound surging with Bach’s eternal creative energy. Each work is an infinite cosmic expanse to explore. In this concert, single musicians will arrive one by one onto a darkened stage beneath a brilliant column of light to offer an intimate vision of Bach’s celestial instrumental works. The stage will gradually become illuminated with musicians joining in Paul Dyer’s expansive all-Bach pasticcio. In his Australian debut, radiant German Baroque violinist Jonas Zschenderlein will lead the orchestra in an incandescent performance of Bach’s Violin Concerto in E major. This all-Bach concert culminates with Jonas guest-directing the genius composer's enveloping Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major in a period instrument performance which must not be missed.

Bach’s Universe

JULY

JONAS ZSCHENDERLEIN

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A simple twist of fate SERIES 04: POET OF THE VIOLIN

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Zelenka Hipocondrie à 7 Concertanti Vivaldi Sinfonia for strings in G major Leclair Violin Concerto in G minor Handel Concerto grosso in B-flat Op. 3/2 Bach Orchestral Suite No. 4 in D major SYDNEY, CITY RECITAL HALL Wednesday, 15 September 7:00PM Friday, 17 September 7:00PM Saturday, 18 September 2:00PM (matinée) Saturday, 18 September 7:00PM Wednesday, 22 September 7:00PM Friday, 24 September 7:00PM

ARTISTS Leila Schayegh (Basel) Guest Director, Baroque violin Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

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Poet of the Violin

Expressive Swiss-Iranian Baroque violinist Leila Schayegh performs on an instrument made in Cremona in 1675 by legendary luthier and founder of Casa Guarneri , Andrea Guarneri. In a simple twist of fate, the exceptionally promising then seven-year-old violin student saw the course of her musical life forever changed when she was offered the chance to become the custodian of an extremely rare instrument. Four centuries older than Leila herself, Santa Teresia has undergone several detailed restorations in Paris and has now been returned to its original Baroque configuration. Leila’s performances are pure poetry and ring with the freedom of a master musician unrestrained by technical limitations. This dynamic musician’s arrival on Australian shores for the first time will be an unmissable season highlight for every music lover.

SEPTEMBER

LEILA SCHAYEGH

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SERIES 05: ITALIAN BAROQUE WITH CIRCA

Sexy, delicious and passionately Baroque

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS A pasticcio featuring Brescianello, Corelli, Vivaldi and others.

ARTISTS Paul Dyer AO Artistic Director, Conductor Yaron Lifschitz Artistic Director Circa Australian Brandenburg Orchestra Performers of Circa

SERIES 05

SYDNEY, CITY RECITAL HALL Wednesday, 27 October 7:00PM Friday, 29 October 7:00PM Saturday, 30 October 2:00PM (matinée) Saturday, 30 October 7:00PM Wednesday, 3 November 7:00PM Friday, 5 November 7:00PM

Four bold cities - Florence, Naples, Venice and Rome. Each with its own proud people. Each with its own proud past. Each with a secret ambition. Plotting princes. Scheming city states. Bustling piazzas. Gushing fountains. Hold your breath and enter Baroque Italy. The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, in its fourth collaboration with Circa Contemporary Circus, will take audiences on a rollicking ride through Italy's multi-layered past. From the crumbling columns of the Roman Forum to Dante’s flourishing Florence, dynamic dream-worlds will emerge in daring new choreography combining musicians and acrobats like never before. Propelled by the vivacious Brandenburg string orchestra performing a kaleidoscopic Paul Dyer pasticcio, Italian Baroque with Circa will dance to its own unique tune. It will be sexy, it will be delicious and it will be passionately Baroque.

Italian Baroque with Circa

OCTOBER – NOVEMBER

ALICE MUNTZ (CIRCA)

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SERIES 06: NOËL! NOËL!

An organ breaks and a tradition begins

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Filled with timeless carols including O Come All Ye Faithful , Stille Nacht and many musical surprises.

ARTISTS Paul Dyer AO Artistic Director, conductor Australian Brandenburg Orchestra Brandenburg Choir

SERIES 06

SYDNEY, CITY RECITAL HALL Saturday, 11 December 5:00PM Saturday, 11 December 7:30PM Wednesday, 15 December 5:00PM Wednesday, 15 December 7:30PM

On Christmas Eve in 1818, in the Austrian town of Oberndorf, one of the most celebrated Christmas carols of all-time was composed. In the church of St Nicholas, preparation for the Midnight Mass had been thrown into chaos with the discovery that the church organ had broken. Faced with the possibility of a silent night, the parish priest and the organist rapidly wrote a work for the remaining instruments - guitar and voice. The work they performed was Stille Nacht , now better known as Silent Night, which has since been translated into over three hundred languages around the world. Along with a serene performance of Stille Nacht by the Brandenburg Choir, you may hear a rare medieval hymn, a single sublime soprano or the warm sound of Baroque trumpets and sackbutts heralding a bright and very Brandenburg beginning to Christmas.

Noël! Noël!

DECEMBER

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Visit our inventive new digital stage!

What can I see on Brandenburg One?

DIGITAL CONCERTS Broadcast quality productions of the six mainstage concert series EXCLUSIVE PREMIÈRES A selection of early releases and featured content MEET THE BRANDENBURG Information about our musicians and period instruments

BACH SERIES Musicians performing unaccompanied works by JS Bach FROM OUR STAGE Concerts recorded at City Recital Hall, Melbourne Recital Centre and other venues IN CONVERSATION Fascinating interviews with musicians and artists

No matter whether you subscribe to a three, four, five or six-concert package, you will receive free access (valued at $185) to all six mainstage productions as soon as they are available.

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ANNUAL GIVING Annual Giving donations provide vital funding, sustaining our operations and enabling us to engage the very best specialist Australian musicians to produce the thrilling world-class concerts that our audiences love. As a supporter of the orchestra, we welcome you into a community of those passionate about Baroque music and the preservation of its history and cultural impact. MAJOR GIVING PROGRAMS In addition to annual giving donations, the Brandenburg has several philanthropic funds that support specific areas of the orchestra’s work. Our legacy as Australia’s national Baroque orchestra is able to live on thanks to your generosity. ORCHESTRAL CHAIRS Our Orchestral Chairs program enables us to engage the very best period musicians from around Australia by directly subsidising the costs associated with your chosen chair. Orchestral Chair supporters recognise and celebrate exceptional Australian creative talent and the importance of supporting professional career opportunities for specialist musicians in this country.

CHAIRMAN’S 11 Chairman’s 11 members share a collective passion for artistic excellence and innovation and are committed to supporting the very best musicians and artists from around the world. This support enables us to continue to showcase world-class guest artists, including many who perform for the first time in Australia with the Brandenburg. THE BRANDENBURG FOUNDATION Donations to the Brandenburg Foundation support the future of Baroque music in Australia. By building funds in the Foundation, you will be ensuring that future generations can experience a community enriched with the vibrancy of Baroque and early music. With your support, the Brandenburg can continue to play an important role in Australia’s cultural life. LEAVE A LASTING GIFT If our concerts have brought musical joy to your life, you may like to consider including a gift in your Will to help shape and safeguard the future of Baroque music in Australia. If you are interested in hearing more about our Annual Giving and Major Giving programs, our Philanthropy Team would be delighted to speak with you. Andrew Brook Philanthropy Manager (02) 9096 4232 Freya McGahey Philanthropy & Events Manager (02) 9393 2899 philanthropy@brandenburg.com.au

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MEMBERS OF THE AUSTRALIAN BRANDENBURG ORCHESTRA

MEMBERS OF THE BRANDENBURG CHOIR

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR & CONDUCTOR Paul Dyer AO * # , Sydney CONCERTMASTER Shaun Lee-Chen* + , Perth ASSOCIATE CONCERTMASTER Matt Bruce*, Sydney BAROQUE VIOLIN Ben Dollman*, Adelaide James Armstrong, Sydney Aaron Brown, Brisbane Rafael Font, Sydney Matthew Greco, Sydney Natalia Harvey, Melbourne Shane Lestideau, Melbourne Anna McMichael, Sydney Lorraine Moxey 1 , Orange Bianca Porcheddu 2 , Canberra Catherine Shugg, Melbourne Simone Slattery, Adelaide Emma Williams, Amsterdam

BAROQUE VIOLA Monique O’Dea 3 , Sydney James Eccles, Sydney Christian Read, Melbourne Katherine Yap, Melbourne Marianne Yeomans, Sydney BAROQUE CELLO Jamie Hey* @ , Melbourne Dan Curro, Brisbane Anthea Cottee, Sydney Rosemary Quinn, Sydney LIRONE/VIOLA DA GAMBA Laura Vaughan, Melbourne VIOLA DA GAMBA/ BAROQUE CELLO Anton Baba, Sydney Laura Moore, Melbourne BAROQUE BASS/VIOLONE Robert Nairn* 4 , Adelaide Libby Browning, Perth THEORBO/BAROQUE GUITAR/ LUTE Tommie Andersson* ! , Sydney Nicholas Pollock, Melbourne

BAROQUE FLUTE/RECORDER Melissa Farrow*^, Sydney Mikaela Oberg, Sydney BAROQUE OBOE Emma Black, Vienna Kirsten Barry*, Melbourne Christopher Palameta, Paris PERIOD CLARINET Craig Hill, Melbourne Ashley Sutherland, Melbourne Nicole van Bruggen, Brisbane BAROQUE BASSOON Jane Gower, Copenhagen Brock Imison, Melbourne Simone Walters, Hobart BAROQUE HORN Michael Dixon, Sydney Dorée Dixon, Perth Lisa Wynne-Allen, Sydney

SACKBUTT/ PERIOD TROMBONE Nigel Crocker, Sydney Keal Couper, London Roslyn Jorgensen, Sydney Brett Page, Sydney BAROQUE TRUMPET Leanne Sullivan, Sydney Alex Bieri, Sydney Richard Fomison, Brisbane CORNETTO/BAROQUE TRUMPET Matthew Manchester, Sydney BAROQUE HARP Hannah Lane, Melbourne TIMPANI/PERCUSSION Brian Nixon, Sydney PERCUSSION Jess Ciampa, Sydney HARPSICHORD/FORTEPIANO/ CHAMBER ORGAN

SOPRANO Samantha Ellis Wei Jiang Chloe Lankshear Belinda Montgomery Amy Moore Jennifer Rollins Josie Ryan Anna Sandström Lauren Stephenson Adria Watkin

ALTO Robert Adam Phillip Butterworth Timothy Chung 6

TENOR Jonathan Borg Spencer Darby Daine Ellicott Miguel Iglesias Brendan McMullan Eric Peterson Richard Sanchez

BASS Hayden Barrington Craig Everingham Sébastien Maury Philip Murray Andrew O’Connor Rodney Smith

Austin Haynes Chris Hopkins Mark Nowicki Paul Tenorio

ORCHESTRAL CHAIRS SUPPORTERS # Artistic Director supported by Mick and Lyndall McCormack + Concertmaster Chair supported by Jacqui and John Mullen @ Principal Baroque Cello Chair supported by Mrs W.G. Keighley ! Principal Theorbo / Baroque Guitar Chair supported by the Alexandra and Lloyd Martin Family Foundation and friends in memory of Lloyd Martin AM ^ Principal Baroque Flute / Recorder Chair supported by Robyn Martin-Weber and Victoria Taylor

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Denotes Core Brandenburg Musician

1 Lorraine Moxey appears courtesy of Kinross Wolaroi School, Orange (staff) 2 Bianca Porcheddu appears courtesy of Gold Creek Senior School, an International Baccalaureate World School, Canberra (Staff) 3 Monique O’Dea appears courtesy of Presbyterian Ladies’ College, Sydney (staff) 4 Robert Nairn appears courtesy of The Conservatorium of Adelaide (staff) 5 Heidi Jones appears courtesy of SCEGGS, Sydney (staff) 6 Timothy Chung appears courtesy of Santa Sabina College, Sydney (staff)

Paul Dyer AO *, Sydney Joanna Butler, Sydney Heidi Jones 5 , Sydney

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N/A

$532

$430

$322

$214

Tuesday 2 Mar 7:00PM*

24 Feb 7:00PM 26 Feb 7:00PM

5 Mar 7:00PM 27 Feb 7:00PM 27 Feb 2:00PM

SERIES 1

STUDENT

N/A

$532

$430

$322

$214

21 Apr 7:00PM 23 Apr 7:00PM 5 May 7:00PM 30 Apr 7:00PM 24 Apr 7:00PM 24 Apr 2:00PM

SERIES 2

UNDER 30

N/A

$376

$304

$226

$148

21 Jul 7:00PM 23 Jul 7:00PM 28 Jul 7:00PM 30 Jul 7:00PM 24 Jul 7:00PM 24 Jul 2:00PM

SERIES 3

5 CONCERTS

PREMIUM

A RESERVE

B RESERVE

C RESERVE

D RESERVE

15 Sep 7:00PM 17 Sep 7:00PM 22 Sep 7:00PM 24 Sep 7:00PM 18 Sep 7:00PM 18 Sep 2:00PM

SERIES 4

ADULT

$800

$690

$560

$415

$275

27 Oct 7:00PM 29 Oct 7:00PM 3 Nov 7:00PM 5 Nov 7:00PM 30 Oct 7:00PM 30 Oct 2:00PM

SERIES 5

SENIOR

$720*

$625

$505

$375

$250

Wednesday 15 Dec 7:30PM^

Wednesday 15 Dec 5:00PM^

Wednesday 15 Dec 7:30PM^

Saturday 11 Dec 5:00PM^

Saturday 11 Dec 7:30PM^

Saturday 11 Dec 5:00PM^

NOËL! NOËL!

CONCESSION

N/A

$460

$375

$275

$185

STUDENT

N/A

$460

$375

$275

$185

^ Noël! Noël! seating might differ from the rest of the concerts in the selected package Step 2. Choose your seating reserve

UNDER 30

N/A

$325

$265

$195

$130

4 CONCERTS

PREMIUM

A RESERVE

B RESERVE

C RESERVE

D RESERVE

CONCERT VENUE City Recital Hall 2-12 Angel Place, Sydney

PREMIUM A RESERVE B RESERVE C RESERVE D RESERVE

ADULT

$670

$582

$470

$350

$230

SENIOR

$602*

$522

$426

$314

$210

CONCESSION

N/A

$386

$314

$234

$154

STUDENT

N/A

$386

$314

$234

$154

EVENING

MATINÉE

UNDER 30

N/A

$274

$222

$166

$110

3 CONCERTS

PREMIUM

A RESERVE

B RESERVE

C RESERVE

D RESERVE

ADULT

$520

$451

$367

$271

$181

3

3

SENIOR

$469*

$409

$331

$247

$163

CONCESSION

N/A

$301

$244

$184

$124

2

2

STUDENT

N/A

$301

$244

$184

$124

1

1

UNDER 30

N/A

$214

$175

$130

$88

Step 4. Subscribe at brandenburg.com.au or call our Box Office on 1300 782 856 * Senior subscriptions in Premium Reserve are available for Saturday Matinée package only Prices quoted above include $10 booking fee

Seating plan configurations and assigned seats may change to meet the Government Health requirements and to adhere to the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's and the City Recital Hall’s COVIDSafe plan. We will contact you prior to your performance to notify you of any changes as soon as they are confirmed.

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SUBSCRIBE

ON SALE FROM 29 JANUARY 2021

Compose Your Own Subscription

Step 1. Select a minimum of three concerts from the list of Sydney performances below

Step 2. Choose your subscription package

The table below displays price per concert. Select your reserve and price category for each chosen performance and add it up to get the total cost of your subscription. You can mix-and-match reserves as you like.

6 CONCERTS

PREMIUM

A RESERVE

B RESERVE

C RESERVE

D RESERVE

SERIES ONE: HANDEL’S ROME

SERIES TWO: HIGHER ANGELS

SERIES THREE: BACH’S UNIVERSE

ADULT

$170

$147

$119

$87

$57

Wednesday 24 February 7:00pm

Wednesday 21 April 7:00pm

Wednesday 21 July 7:00pm

SENIOR

N/A

$133

$107

$79

$51

Friday 26 February 7:00pm

Friday 23 April 7:00pm

Friday 23 July 7:00pm

CONCESSION

N/A

$97

$78

$58

$38

Saturday 27 February 2:00pm (matinée)

Saturday 24 April 2:00pm (matinée)

Saturday 24 July 2:00pm (matinée)

STUDENT

N/A

$97

$78

$58

$38

Saturday 27 February 7:00pm

Saturday 24 April 7:00pm

Saturday 24 July 7:00pm

UNDER 30

N/A

$68

$55

$40

$26

Tuesday 2 March 7:00pm

Friday 30 April 7:00pm

Wednesday 28 July 7:00pm

Please note that an additional $10 per-order booking fee will apply Please call for multi-city packages

Friday 5 March 7:00pm

Wednesday 5 May 7:00pm

Friday 30 July 7:00pm

Step 3. Subscribe at brandenburg.com.au or call our Box Office on 1300 782 856

SERIES FIVE: ITALIAN BAROQUE WITH CIRCA

SERIES FOUR: POET OF THE VIOLIN

SERIES SIX: NOËL! NOËL!

Wednesday, 15 September 7:00pm

Wednesday 27 7:00pm

Saturday, 11 December 5:00pm

Friday 17 September 7:00pm

Friday 29 October 7:00pm

Saturday, 11 December 7:30pm

Saturday 18 September 2:00pm (matinée)

Saturday 30 October 2:00pm (matinée)

Wednesday, 15 December 5:00pm

Saturday 18 September 7:00pm

Saturday 30 October 7:00pm

Wednesday, 15 December 7:30pm

Wednesday 22 September 7:00pm

Wednesday 3 November 7:00pm

Friday 24 September 7:00pm

Friday 5 November 7:00pm

SYDNEY City Recital Hall 2-12 Angel Place Sydney

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WITH THANKS

Our Partners WITH THANKS

Credits & Staff List

HEAD OF MARKETING & CUSTOMER RELATIONS Tom Morgan MARKETING MANAGER Shiki Chan MARKETING EXECUTIVE Katelyn-Jane Dunn DIGITAL CONTENT PRODUCER Neal Downward CUSTOMER RELATIONS MANAGER Kateryna Collier ASSISTANT BOX OFFICE MANAGER Nastassia Laptev PATRON Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC , Governor of New South Wales His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd), Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Paul Dyer AO MANAGING DIRECTOR Bruce Applebaum THE BRANDENBURG COUNCIL

THE BOARD David Zehner, Chairman Alison Harrop, Deputy Chair Aidan Allen Bruce Applebaum Paul Dyer AO

LEADERSHIP

Susan Hilliard Glenice Maclellan John Pickhaver Sheryl Weil

Jillian Broadbent AC Greg Hutchinson AM Max Suich

GOVERNMENT

HEAD OF ARTISTIC PLANNING & MANAGEMENT Ashley Giles ORCHESTRA MANAGER Valérie Morgan-Pertus ARTISTIC PLANNING COORDINATOR Joanna Butler MUSIC RESOURCES Hugh Ronzani REPERTOIRE ADVISORS (HONORARY) Charles Gwynn

HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT Aislinn Giugni PHILANTHROPY MANAGER Andrew Brook PHILANTHROPY & EVENTS MANAGER Freya McGahey CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS MANAGER Madeline O’Dwyer

HEAD OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS Ian Creevey COMPANY SECRETARY John Scott BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYST Thomas Chiu RECEPTIONIST/TICKETING ASSISTANT Ewelina Ellsmore EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Susan Duffy AUDITORS BDO East Coast Partnership

AUSTRALIAN BRANDENBURG ORCHESTRA IS ASSISTED BY THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT THROUGH THE AUSTRALIA COUNCIL, ITS ARTS FUNDING AND ADVISORY BODY

AUSTRALIAN BRANDENBURG ORCHESTRA IS SUPPORTED BY THE NSW GOVERNMENT THROUGH CREATE NSW

MAJOR

PRESENTING

SUPPORTING

Andrew O’Connor Christopher Price

SUPPORTING

2021 SEASON BROCHURE CREATIVE TEAM Front Cover Paul Dyer AO , Artistic Director Wallpaper Designs House of Heras Agency Christopher Doyle & Co. Creative Director Christopher Doyle Designers Emily Sneddon and Stephen Grace Copywriter Tom Morgan Project Manager Shiki Chan

IMAGE CREDITS Page 6

Steven Godbee

Page 23 Andy Phillipson Page 25 Steven Godbee Page 26 Steven Godbee Page 32 Steven Godbee Page 38 Katelyn-Jane Dunn Page 40 Keith Saunders Page 41 Steven Godbee Page 43 Katelyn-Jane Dunn Page 57 Katelyn-Jane Dunn

Page 9 Justin Ridler Page 10 Steven Godbee Page 12 Keith Saunders Page 15 Steven Godbee Page 17 Left: Rhydian Lewis Right: Keith Saunders Page 19 Kazutoshi Hirano Page 21 Marco Borggreve

MEDIA

TRUSTS AND FOUNDATIONS

CONTACT US Level 1, 247 Coward Street Mascot NSW 2020 02 9328 7581 or 1300 782 856 BOX OFFICE HOURS 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday BOX OFFICE TEAM Our staff can be found at the guest ticket desk in the concert hall foyer an hour before the start of each concert.

SUBSCRIBER EMAIL subs@brandenburg.com.au WEBSITE brandenburg.com.au DIGITAL STAGE one.brandenburg.com.au SOCIAL MEDIA

CORPORATE CIRCLE

INVESTA PROPERTY GROUP

VINCENT YOUNG

Facebook.com/Australian.Brandenburg.Orchestra Instagram.com/australianBrandenburgorchestra YouTube.com/AustBrandenburg

TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT BECOMING A PARTNER OF THE AUSTRALIAN BRANDENBURG ORCHESTRA PLEASE CONTACT OUR DEVELOPMENT TEAM ON 1300 782 856 OR DEVELOPMENT@BRANDENBURG.COM.AU

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Our Donors WITH THANKS A heartfelt thank you to our generous family of supporters.

Dr Murray and Mrs Joy Stapleton Linda Stern Charles Such Sue Thomson Richard Umbers Tiiu Vanamois Mrs C and Mr P Vaughan-Reid Stephen and Ruth Walsh Derek Taylor and Mark Wheeler Julie Whitfield Dr. Anthony Williams Judith Williams Michael and Caroline Williams Richard & Lale Williamson Dr Peter C Wilton Dr David Wood and Mr Gary Fung K A Wratten Rachel Zehner Anonymous x 52 SUPPORTER I $500 - $999 Priscilla Adey Murray and Lynn Aldridge Jan Allard Lynn and Sidney Anderson Michaela and Anthony Anderson Catriona Arcamone Philippa and John Armfield Jaci Armstrong Jillian Arnott

Rick and Sue Coles Karen Colla Peter and Elizabeth Comino Janet Conroy Bronwyn Coop Chris and Trudy Coote Harold Corbould Lee and Geoffrey Craig Michael Crawcour Susan and Michael Crivelli

Janet Hansen Deborah Harcourt and Peter Harris Chris and Kathy Harris

Dr Sheelagh McCracken and Mr Andrew Boxall Maureen McCutcheon Janet McDonald Ian and Deborah McDougall Noel and Donna McIntosh McKendrick Family Mrs Jennifer McKendry

Victoria Hartstein Matilda Hartwell Sandra Haslam Roger and Scarlet Hawke Rachel Hawkeswood Michel Hedley Maryan Heffernan Margaret Hennessy Bill and Jeannie Henry

Annabel McLean Gavan McLennan Karin Messerle and Gottfried Otting Paul Millay Russ and Mandy Miller

“Thanks to the tremendous generosity of you and your fellow Brandenburg supporters, we have established nothing short of cultural excellence as Australia’s national Baroque orchestra for the last 30 years. Our dream is to continue doing exactly this – achieving excellence, inspiring audiences and sharing our music with you

Anne Cronin Janet Currer Eric Dale and Lyndal Kelly Jennifer Darin and Dennis Cooper Sid and Elaine Davidoff Mel and Penny Davis

Corinna Hente Wilson Heriot Virginia Ho

Peter Miszalski Anna Mitchell Dr David Moore

for many more years to come.” Paul Dyer AO Artistic Director Bruce Applebaum Managing Director

Cavan and Mira Hogue Ian and Suzanne Holden Sue Holliday Gerard and Helen Hooper Patricia Horsley Georgina Horton Mr John J and Mrs Pat Howard Lisa Hurrell Greg Hutchinson AM and Lynda Hutchinson

Nuala Davis Michele Day

Melissa Moore and Michelle Rangott Niq Morcos and Morgaine Williams Graeme and Margaret Morgan Colin Murray Steven Nagle and Rosalind Elliott Lindsey Napier Peter and Susan Nixey Peter Noble Rosemary and James O’Collins Philip O’Connell Sue Olby and Ken Green Justine Oldmeadow Nicholas O’Neill Genevieve Overell AM FAICD Warrick Paddon E. K. Palmer Helen Panckhurst Alison Park in loving memory of Richard Park Robert Parkinson Dianne Patenall Mark Paterson and Anne Riches Darryl and Elizabeth Pearce Elisabeth Peet Christina Pender

Mary de Merindol Peter de Waal AM Deborah Debnam John Derrick Brian Diamond

LIFE PATRONS Mary Holt and the late Dr John Holt CHRISTINA $10,000 OR ABOVE Anthony Adair and Karen McLeod Adair Graham Bradley AM and Charlene Bradley Jillian Broadbent AC Dr Catherine Brown-Watt PSM and Mr Derek Watt + Louise Christie Jane and David Duncan Michael Ebeid AM and Roland Howlett Ann Gordon* Chris and Gina Grubb Carol Haynes and Skipp Williamson^ Tom Hayward and Fiona Martin-Weber Mary Holt and the late Dr John Holt Mrs W. G. Keighley in memory of Geoffrey Greg Livingstone Susan Maple-Brown AM Mick and Lyndall McCormack Patricia H. Reid Endowment John and Joanne Pickhaver Lady Potter AC CMRI Dr David and Dr Gillian Ritchie Rodwell Foundation Jeanne-Claude Strong in memory of James Strong Sally and Geoffrey White + Anonymous x 1 RUSPOLI $5,000 - $9,999 Antoinette Albert + Andrew and Melanie Baigent Glenn Barnes David and Leith Bruce-Steer + Wayne Burns and Kean Onn See Elizabeth Butcher AM Jim Cousins AO and Libby Cousins The Faithfull Family Susan Hilliard Cary and Rob Gillespie Richard Grellman Katie Lahey AM and Robert Marriott J and R MacLeod Dr Diana Marks and Dennis Bluth Rointon Nugara and Brendan Nugent Mrs Roslyn Packer AC

Geoffery Duggin Emeritus Professor Dexter Dunphy AM Rosemary Farrow Wendy and Ron Feiner Shoshana Finberg William Fitzsimons Peter Fletcher AM and Kate Fletcher Nancy Fox and Bruce Arnold Brian and Philippa France Eleanor Freeman

Judith McKernan and Jan Kneeshaw Colin and Phillippa McLachlan Rohan Mead Geoffrey and Irena Meadows Elizabeth Mildwater John Milhinch OAM Dr David Millons AM and Mrs Barbara Millons Joan and Jeff Barcham A & K Molino Philip and Monica Moore John and Susan Myatt Andrew Naylor Robert Niall and Dr Jill Sewell AM Dr Paul Nisselle AM and Mrs Sue Nisselle^ Annette Olle Trevor J Parkin Karen Parramore Remembering Tom and Jenny Parramore Adrianne Pecotic and Mark Cahill Dr Kevin Pedemont Professor David Penington AC Helen Perlen Renaissance Tours Vera Pickering Jim and Chris Pollitt Joan Poulton Stuart and Sonia Powell Barry and Marie-Claire Price David Quick Ted and Jean Radford Wayne Redman Mr Paul Rein Alexander and Rosemary Roche Lois Roffey Leslie and Jennifer Rosen Alison Rosenberg Sylvia Rosenblum David Rosenfeld Peter Rush Justice Ronald Sackville AO and Mrs Pamela Sackville Alison Savage Gary Schiller and Diana Eilert Celina Seeto Michael Shanahan Dr Gideon and Mrs Barbara Shaw Paul Sheehan and Susan Wyndham Robert and Paula S heen Mr Charlie Shuetrim AM and Mrs Sandra Shuetrim Alan and Jennifer Smith Margot Smith

Mark and Debra Taylor Sandra Watson Dr Jason Wenderoth Cameron Williams

Margaret Dobbin Joan Domicelj AM Peter and Margaret Donovan Joan Douglas Janet Doust Craig Downing Hennie du Plooy Julia M Dunlop Pam Durie Peter and Jillian Dwyer Jane Edmanson OAM Cynthia Edmonds Edward Elliot Debra Ely-Davis Rita Erlich Bronwyn Evans and Peter Gordon David and Helen Evans Enid Eyles John Fegent Susan and Daniel Feldman Mrs Kay Fell Teresa Fels Jennifer Ferguson Michael Schlechta and Michelle Fincke John Firth Brian and Leonie Fisher Sarah Fitzherbert Helen Fleming Peta Forster and Mark Anderson Peter Friend Margaret Gall Justin and Anne Gardener Bridget Gay

John and Cheryl Iser Dr Helen Johnston Adrian Jones John and Joanna Hempton Jill Karhan Penny Kater Margaret Kaye Irene Kearsey and Michael Ridley Catharine Kench Andrew and Prue Kennard Eileen Kennedy Pamela Kenny in memory of Peter* Alice Killen Dr Jerry Koliha and Ms Marlene Krelle L. Krienbuhl Thomas Kudelka

David and Xenia Williamson Ray Wilson OAM in memory of James Agapitos OAM Peter and Jenny Wohl Anonymous x 2 DURAZZO $1,000 – $4,999 Janet Abernethy and Richard Willis Richard Adams Justice Ann Ainslie-Wallace Philipa Allsop and John Cottrell-Dormer J M Alroe Brett Andersen and Brad Bowen John and Robyn Armstrong Ian Baker and Cheryl Saunders Admiral Christopher Barrie AC and Mrs Maxine Barrie Frederic Baudry and Paul Bailey Larissa Behrendt Dr David and Mrs Angela Bell Marianne Birch Jean Birrell Professor Fran Boyle AM Diana M Brand Keith and Louise Brodie Diana Brookes Graham and Cheryl Brooks Meredith Brooks Dr Roderick Brooks and Ms Carol Shaw Kay Buckeridge Neil and Jane Burley Henry Burmester and Peter Mason Ita Buttrose AO OBE Susan Carden, Anne Maclean, Pat Carden Mr Peter Clark and Mrs Jan Clark Rebecca and Craig Clarke Roxane Clayton + Bernard Coles QC Emeritus Professor Martin Comte OAM Frank and Jan Conroy* Ian Cooke Myles Coolican Professor Geoffrey N Cooper Dom Cottam and Kanako Imamura Toula and Nicholas Cowell^ Dr John Dale AO and Mrs Joan Dale Chum Darvall AM Prudence and Peter Davenport David Davies and Paul Presa Margaret and Chris de Guingand Jane Diamond

Bruce Atkinson Tony Atkinson Jennifer Atta Arie Baelde Jim and Sue Baillie

Rosie Freeman Valmae Freilich

Carrillo and Ziyin Gantner Anne and Justin Gardener Bill and Julie Goold Jocelyn Goyen Ken Groves and Yun-sik Jang Cheryl and Graham Hall Meredith Hellicar Jane Hemstritch Armon Hicks and Dr Karin Sowada Dr Ailsa Hocking and Dr Bernard Williams Simon and Katrina Holmes à Court

John Baird Alan Baker

Carolyn Baker Sally Banfield Peter Barclay Catherine Barralet Shirley and Peter Barta

Dr John Percy Allen Peterson

Julie Laforest Caroline Lamb Sally Lancaster John Laurie Geoff Lavender and

Annabel Baxter Malcolm Baxter Andrew and Rosalind Bean Elisabeth Beech Fiona Bell Michael Bell Roslyn Bell John Benyon Michael and Jennifer Boland Mr Graham Bone Ian and Bea Bowie Edward Bracks Robert Briet Primrose and Charles Bright

Jesper Peterson Linda Pettersson David Piggott Dorothy Piggott Christiana and Adrian Plitzco Richard Pollitt Graeme Porch and Annie Atkinson Eleanor Powell EJ and TJ Proft Kerryn Pryde Silvio and Carolyn Quadrio David Quick Anna, Frank and Patricia Quicler Gwen Rafferty Art and Cynthia Raiche James Raleigh and Elizabeth Thompson Ken Ramshaw Peter and Karen Reid Faye Retchford Susan Dixon and Stephen Rix Ian Roberts Prof Colin Robertson Patricia Rolfe

Elizabeth A. Lavender

J & W Holmes à Court Carr and Ann Hordern Jenny and Peter Hordern J L Hossack John Hughes Jill and David Hunt Belinda Hutchinson AM * Ian Robert Innes Dr Alastair Jackson AM Jim & Kim Jobson

A le Marchant Gillian Lee

Pamela E Lee Warwick Lee Anna Lendvay Jim Levy Mira Levy Graham Lewarne Robyn Jennifer Lipson Mary Little

Catherine Broady Amanda Brooker

Margaret Geddes Christine George David and Roslyn H Gibb Gaye and Philip Gibbs J C Gibson Richard Gintel Dr Lewis Gomes John and Margaret Gordon Philip and Anabel Gosse Keren Gould Elaine Graham Peter and Deirdre Graham Bryan Gray Richard and Anna Green

Emma Johnson Michael Jones

George Lloyd C and A Long David A Lonie John Lysaght Graham MacDonald Elizabeth Mackenzie and Michael Bremner Vivienne Gail Mackenzie Ros Madden Louise Madelaine Alix Magney Bruce Maguire Rosemary Mangiamele Christina Marks Colin Martin Barbara Mathieson David Mawter Roly and Gabby Maxwell Celia May Anthony and Denise Mazzai Peter McCall

Maria and Dennis Bruce Prof. D. H. Bryant OAM Jenny and Henry Burger Annette and Kevin Burges Trish Burns AM Susan Butler Ingrid Butters David and Louise Byrne JM & MA Cameron Professor Dianne Campbell Jenny Campbell John and Amanda Cartmill Marilyn and Tim Cartmill Jocelyn Castile Louise Causer Frances Christie Lorna Ciesiolka Anthony and Mary Clark Bruce Clark Marianne Cochrane Margaret Cole

Nuala and Ajit Kamath The Hon Rod Kemp and Mrs Daniele Kemp Liana Kestelman

Joshua Kim and Richard House Lizanne and Julian Knights AO ^ Nicholas Korner A Koumoukelis Family Mr John Lamble AO Vicki and Adam Liberman Paul Lindwall and Joanne Frederiksen Richard and Elizabeth Longes Anne Loveridge and Graeme Foster Betty Lynch Marian Magee and David Castillo Aggie Maisano Joanna B Maxwell Mora Maxwell Janet McCredie Richard and Rowena McDonald^ Peter McGrath

Sylvia Romanik Bronwyn Ross Peter Ross

Deryn Griffiths Margaret Grove

Vilmos and Mary Rudolf Nina and John Saalfeld Kim Sandford Dr John Saunders and Mrs Judith Saunders Kate Saunders Professor Steve and Dr Sharon Schach

Leonie and Graham Gunn Howard and Mitzie Gurney Mr Stephen Halgren Richard and Di Hall Bruce and Jo Hambrett Hamer Family Fund Charles Hammersla JP

In memory of Jenny Parramore Rowan Ross AM and Annie Ross Jacqueline Rowlands Pip Smith The Stirling Family^

Elizabeth Scott Marcelle Segal

Chris and Bea Sochan Mrs Beverley Southern #

Brendan Sowry Loreto Toorak

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