- Wednesday 10 May 2017
Enjoy a night of classical music and learn more about the Sunshine Coast Art Collection at the next Caloundra Regional Gallery Friday3Live event on May 19 from 6-8pm as a part of the current exhibition, Re-View: Selected works from the Sunshine Coast Art Collection.
The Collection Conversations and Classical Music evening will be facilitated by gallery curator Hamish Sawyer, with past and present directors and curators of the collection Nina Shadforth, John Waldron and Lynda Griffin joining in the conversation.
Find out which piece in the collection is each panel members’ favourite, what are their memories of the Sunshine Coast Art Prize and thoughts on its evolution, hear stories from years gone by at the gallery and why an art prize and art collection are significant to a regional gallery and a region’s culture.
The evening will begin with the soothing sounds of the cello performed by renowned cellist Louise King and finish with a beautiful concert ‘Cello Ballade Duo’ featuring Louise King and pianist, Catherine Guinevere Lynagh.
Complimentary light snacks will be available and a cash bar for drink purchases.
Places are limited so please book via the gallery website. The cost to attend is $15.
Friday3Live is held at the gallery on the third Friday of every month and includes a changing program of interactive activities, music, talks and performances.
For more details on all of the programs and workshops held at the gallery visit the gallery website – gallery.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au
Owned and operated by Sunshine Coast Council, Caloundra Regional Gallery is located at 22 Omrah Avenue and is open Tuesday to Friday 10am - 4pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am - 2pm.
About the musicians
Louise King is known for her virtuosity, heart-felt musicianship and commanding stage presence. An internationally renowned musician who has performed in four continents, a competition winning, award-winning and highly-prized graduate of both the Royal College and Royal Northern College of Music in London and Manchester, Louise King breaks down the barriers of classical music with her vivacious performance style making it more accessible, enjoyable and meaningful to audiences.
Catherine Guinevere Lynagh studied at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University with Oleg Stepanov. First prize winner of the Queensland Piano Competition, the Charles and Motee Rogers Memorial Piano Competition and the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University's Margaret Nickson Prize, she is a rare talent.