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The Four Classical Elements of Earth, Wind, Fire and Water have provided the inspiration for the upcoming winter concert featuring the Macleay Music Ensemble on Sunday 30 June at the Anglican Hall, West Kempsey.

‘Orchestral Landscapes’ A concert of modern and classical music’ will include several favourites re-arranged by director and conductor Craig M. Wood to showcase the range of musicians that comprise the 30 member ensemble.

“As Macleay Music Ensemble continues to grow, we’re excited to take on fresh challenges and new music. There’s a great breadth of styles in Orchestral Landscapes, drawing from across the orchestral repertoire, old to new. We’re looking forward to sharing them with you!” he said.

The concert starts at 2.30pm at the All Saints Anglican Parish Hall, corner Sea and Marsh Streets, West Kempsey.

Tickets are $15 at the door, cash and cards accepted, with free entry for all children accompanied by an adult.

Entry includes complimentary light refreshments to be served after the approximate 60-70 minute long concert.

Note: The concert does not include an interval.

For more information and interviews please contact Craig on 0423 340 729


Craig M. Wood is a Tasmanian-born Composer and Musical Director, and current conductor of the Macleay Music Ensemble.

A lifelong educator and arts professional, Craig is known for his theatrical stylings, high energy performance, and eclectic compositions. Trained in opera and music theatre, they have been involved in the creation of over 50 premiere works over the course of their career, as well as contributing to many more projects as a creative and performer. They are also currently the MD for the Mosaic Choir, The Song Circle, and The Hastings Choristers.


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