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June 2015

June 1, 2015


Dear Friends and Members of the Sydney Schubert Society,


After a truly magnificent concert on April 26 by the Streeton Trio which opened our 2015 Schubertiade season, I hope you will join the Schubert society on July 5 at 2.30 at St. Peters Presbyterian Church, where we will present the splendid Enigma  Quartet  with  the  well-known  Sydney  clarinettist Francesco  Celata.  These superb artists  have  featured  in  our Schubertiades  in  the  past  to  much  acclaim.  On Sunday July 5,  they  will  perform  Viennese  Classics: Haydn’s string quartet  C  major  op  74, Mozart’s immortal  A  major Clarinet  Quintet and  the  haunting  A  minor String  Quartet  by Schubert D  804,  also  known  as  the “Rosamunde” Quartet  on  account  of  Schubert’s  use  of  his  own  incidental  music from  1823  in  this  work.


I  include  a  flyer with  all  relevant  information  with  this  letter  and  hope  you  will  find  the opportunity also to  pass  this  on  to  family  and  friends.  We  rely  on  the  active  support  of  members  and  Schubert enthusiasts.  Only  this  can ensure  that  the  Schubert  Society,  in  existence  since can  continue to  present its  very  special concerts into the future.


I also  would  like  to  remind  you  to  have  a  look  at  our  website, www.sydneyschubertsociety.com which features  all Schubertiades for 2015. Do make a special note about August 16, when pianist Geoffrey Saba will return to the Sydney Schubert  Society at  the  Goethe  Institute for  our  most ambitious Schubertiade  yet:  Geoffrey  will  perform “Die  Schöne Müllerin” with tenor Dominic Walsh and also an all-Schubert piano recital including two Sonatas (B major D 575 and c minor D 958) as well as some shorter works by Schubert. This event will be a must for any Schubert lover. Finally,  please  be  reminded  to  tune  into Fine  Music  102.5 on every  fourth  Saturday  of  the  month  at  6  pm when  our committee member Ross Hayes presents his informative and inspiring Schubert broadcast.


I hope you are able to join the Enigma Quartet and Francesco Celata for their performance on Sunday July 5commencing at 2.30 pm at St. Peters Presbyterian Church, North Sydney.


Cordially Yours,


Goetz RichterPresident,

Sydney Schubert Society Inc.

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