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The Orpheus Strings Orchestra and the Orpheus Quartet perform at the “Pat Heffernan Hall” of Katoomba Public School in Merriwa Street, Katoomba (Turn off Lurline Street at Katoomba RSL)
Programme for Orpheus Quartet Concert on Sunday June 2nd 2013 at 3:00pm
Anton ARENSKY (1861 – 1906) The String Quartet No 2 Opus 35/35a
Elena KATS-CHERNIN (1957) Russian Rag and Grotesk
Ludwig Van BEETHOVEN (1770 – 1827) String Quartet Opus 59 No 2 in E-minor
Programme for Orchestral Concert on Sunday June 23rd at 3:00pm
Aaron COPLAND (1900 -1990) Concerto for clarinet, string orchestra with harp and piano
Maurice RAVEL (1875 – 1937) Pavane pour une infante defunt
Remo GIAZOTTO (1910 – 1998) and Tomaso ALBINONI (1671 – 1751) Adagio for strings and organ in G-minor
Ross EDWARDS (1943) Enyato 1 (Chorale and Ecstatic Dance)
We do reserve seats on the hall stage for people with mobility difficulties. If you require seat/s to be reserved , please give Joan a call (4784 3286) prior to the concert.
2013 CONCERT DATES
Quartet Concerts: August 25th, November 17th
Orchestra Concerts: September 8th, December 1st
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This time tomorrow TEDxSydney@BANC2013 will be off & running.
Registration from 8:45AM, first talk follows 9:00AM welcome to country.
You may want to bring a favourite **bean bag or floor cushion** to take in proceedings from a more relaxed angle…
See you tomorrow!
Saturday is a day of ideas and thinking in downtown Blackheath! Drop into the satellite site of TEDx at Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre between 8.30am and 6.30pm and listen to ideas to keep you warm. Simulcast from the Opera House. Browse the program here.
Then you can just wander next door to the Blackheath Community Hall and listen to Peter Baldwin talk on the need for a rethink at the Blackheath Philosophy Forum starting at 4.00pm. Part of their series of lectures on the Future of Social Democracy. Browse their season program here.
Between January and March this year, BANC surveyed the community about the train timetable. To download a copy of the report, Mind the Gap, click here
Our community wants an hourly service during the day! We need a service that is at least as frequent as that enjoyed by the rest of the Mountains.
The report discusses the research process and the findings drawn from the huge number of respondents. Over 840 people completed the survey – the number of people pressing to use this means to have their voice heard and fix the train timetable was extraordinary.
Your comments are most welcome.
We know now what the community thinks. Now is the time for action. Write to your local member, Roza Sage, and let her know that we want an hourly train service between Katoomba and Lithgow.
If this could be you, go to our Positions Vacant page and download the PD. Don’t forget to address the essentials in your application.
A six week U3A course for Term 2
Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre
Wednesdays: May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and June 5 – 10 am to 12 noon
Tutor: David Hobbs (4787 8115 or 0414 392 744)
Discover some of the secrets of professional photographers.
Learn to produce commercial quality images for use in frames, display ads, books, posters and websites.
Places are limited. Participants will require: their own working digital camera, the user’s manual for that camera and a laptop computer. For session one discussion, participants will be asked to select three outstanding published pictures from magazines. Participants will be asked to complete simple assignments between sessions. Prospective participants are asked NOT to enrol unless they can commit to attend all six sessions.
Our film for this month will be Rififi, a low-budget French film noir, directed by Jean Dassin who worked in France after being black-listed in Hollywood. Apparently, many real-life gangsters have copied the tactics used in the film by the fictional robbers. As usual, the film will have English subtitles.
We have had to move the film evening to 19 April this month, as the Community Hall is being used for a fashion parade. The noise from this event would have impacted on our enjoyment of the film, and so we decided to change the date.
As usual, we will be providing a supper of sandwiches and soup after the film, with other goodies to have with drinks beforehand.
Tea and coffee will be available, but if you wish to BYO, please do so. If you could bring your own glass it would help us with clearing up afterwards.
We are looking forward to seeing this film with the typical 1950s nail-biting suspense of its era!
Please do not forget to book by ringing the Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre on 4787 7770, or Heather on 0405 043 135 – RSVP 18 April for catering purposes.
PLEASE REMEMBER THE NEW DATE – 19 APRIL
Hoping to see you next week,
Studio Francophone Group
Both Bates and Phillips Halls in the Community Centre are now ready to be used again! They have been sanded and sealed and look great. There was a hiccup with some borers which delayed the work, but all is now fixed. If you need to book either hall, call Blackheath Neighbourhood Centre on 4787 7770.
For more information go to http://www.ironfest.com.au
Come and stretch your mind at the Blackheath Philosophy Forum. Our 2013 season starts on Saturday 6th April. Then fortnightly till July 27th. From 4pm to 6pm
Leading philosophers & experts on Social Democracy; Is Philosophy Dead?; and Moral Psychology.
Full program at http://www.blackheathphilosophy.com.au
Admission: $10 (includes afternoon tea or coffee) No need to book
NEW venue: Blackheath Community Centre, cnr Gardiner Crescent & Great Western Highway, Blackheath
Hall is heated. Wheelchair access. All welcome!