Coming Up


Due to unforeseen circumstances the Rose Room will close until further notice while Council approvals are sought.
Events in the near future have been relocated as set out below.


Peter Hislop
Photography Exhibition: Performance: It takes a village

Bowral Old Town Hall (1889)
16 Bendooley St, Bowral NSW
(at the end of the Coles pedestrian crossing)
Click here to view in Google maps.

Viewing times:
Tuesday 24th March noon-6pm
Wednesday 25th March 10am-6pm
Thursday 26th March 10am-6pm
Bowral Autumn Music Festival period:
Friday 27th March 9am-noon
Saturday 28th March 9am-4pm
Sunday 29th March 9am-6pm

Part of the Bowral Autumn Music Festival

A lifetime of encounters and collaborations shapes the skills and understanding a musician brings to a performance.A lifetime of encounters and collaborations shapes the skills and understanding a musician brings to a performance. This exhibition by concert photographer Peter Hislop documents musicians working with friends, teachers and colleagues across cultures, genres and generations - a musical village.

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Entrance: no charge.


Thoroughbass
present
Short Stories

Saturday 18th April, 4.00pm

Annesley
10 Westwood Dr, Bowral
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This was a very charming and delightful concert performed with delicacy and vigour. There was fine ensemble work by all and some dazzling harpsichord playing. (Sydney Arts Guide, 2017)

Duo keyboardists Michael Tsalka and Diana Weston bring a mixed program of classic favourites with some vibrant new music to Thoroughbass’s audiences. Building on a musical partnership formed over six years, Michael and Diana present story-telling duets for piano by Debussy, Ravel and Schubert during April 2020 in a series of concerts varying one from the other. Expect stunning new pieces for solo and different keyboard combinations (piano, piano duet, harpsichord, two harpsichords, and harpsichord and piano) from composers the world over including a sultry tango by Diana Blom (Australia), an energetic and sentimental duet from Joan Josep Gutiérrez (Spain), the myth of Io by Aspasia Nasopoulo (Greece/Netherlands), and atmospheric magic in Ann Carr-Boyd’s depiction of moonrise over an iconic Australian scene amongst many others.

Michael Tsalka – piano, harpsichord
Diana Weston – harpsichord, piano

Tickets: Adult: $35 Concession: $30
Book here

Janet Ninio
51F Sunninghill Ave
Burradoo NSW

02 4861 2664 or 0481 981 167
Email Janet

The Rose Room has a Steinway piano and two harps available for use, seating for 70 guests and up to 8 performers.

Janet can also prepare a sumptuous afternoon tea for guests and artists.

Bookings for hire of the Rose Room have closed for 2020.

The existing mailing list will be retained and will be used to advise everybody on the list on progress of work with Council