Classics on Course to Hit High Notes on the Fairway
Published on 12 November 2019
The first fairway of the Tumut Golf Club will come alive with the sounds of classical music on Saturday the 23rd of November as part of the inaugural Tumut Classics on Course event.
Proudly sponsored by Snowy Valleys Council in partnership with the Tumut Golf Club and the Riverina Conservatorium of Music, this special outdoor event is designed to appeal to lovers of fine music.
Featuring live classical music performances from the Riverina Conservatorium of Music’s 40 piece Youth Orchestra and guest support act local classical guitarist Abel Lawson, the licensed event will also feature local wines, pale ales and non-alcoholic refreshments for purchase from the special fairway bars.
To really get in the mood guests are encouraged to dress to the absolute ‘nines’ for the show and make a night of it with friends and family.
Snowy Valleys Council’s Events Officer Evan Saunders says Council has previously worked with the Riverina Conservatorium of Music on a series of free community events called Snowy Ensembles which featured smaller musician ensembles playing at locations in Khancoban, Tumbarumba, Batlow and Adelong.
“The public response to those concerts was incredibly positive and we hope to see a similar level of response to this event,” Mr Saunders said.
Guests will receive a complimentary drink and entrée on arrival and temporary seating will be provided. People are also welcome to bring their own camping chair if that suits.
Obsession Wines from Tumbarumba, and Tumut River Brewing Co. will be selling their locally produced beverages at the special fairway bar during the evening. A selection of non-alcoholic refreshments will also be available for purchase.
Mr Saunders said Council were proud to have local Obsession Wines and the Tumut River Brewing Co. as exclusive alcohol partners for the event.
“Combining live classical music with local wines and ales in a rustic outdoor setting is the perfect way to welcome in the festive season and enjoy all the fine things our local area has to offer,” Mr Saunders said.
Gates open at 5:30pm with the concert commencing at 6:00pm. An intermission will break up performances to allow patrons an opportunity to purchase more refreshments.
Tickets are only $50 per person and includes a complimentary drink and entrée on arrival.
On-line tickets are now on sale via https://www.trybooking.com/BGEOW.
Community Transport also is offering return trips from Tumbarumba and Talbingo to the Tumut Golf Club for the special event.
Tumbarumba residents can access a Community Transport bus service to the Tumut Golf Club departing the Countrylink bus stop at 4:15pm. The cost per person return is a subsidised $25 each. For bookings call Community Transport Tumbarumba on 6948 9161.
Talbingo residents can also access a Community Transport bus service with residents being picked up door-to-door from 4:30pm. The cost per person return is $10 each. For bookings contact Community Transport Tumut on 6941 2591.
For more information about the event please contact Council’s Events Officer on 6941 2555 during business hours.