ABOUT THE SCMS

The Sapphire Coast Music Society is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to showcasing classical music of outstanding quality to members and supporters living in and around the beautiful Bega Valley. The society presents a number of concerts during the year featuring artists from Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, and international artists who include the Bega Valley and Narooma in their performing schedules. The Society, in conjunction with Co-Opera from Adelaide, presents a yearly opera. The SCMS in conjunction with the Bega Valley Regional Library offers a number of complimentary Twilight recitals.
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HORN TRIO

Sunday May 5, 2.30 PM
Wolumla Hall

A romantic selection of pieces for HORN, VIOLIN, and PIANO, composed by BEETHOVEN, SCHUMANN, BRAHMS, STRAUSS, and others.

Guest artists: Ben Adler - Violin, Sebastian Dunn - French Horn, Ben BUrton - Piano

Tickets for the Wolumla performance can be purchased at
www.trybooking.com
Magpie Music (Bega), 
Brief Affairs Lingerie Boutique (Merimbula), 
Hair Lamartine (Eden),
or at the door. 
Tickets are $25 and students are admitted free.
CONTACT KIRSTY CAMERON FOR DETAILS
0436 458 756

CONCERT TICKETS

SCMS concerts are hosted at Wolumla Memorial Hall, Wolumla-Candelo Rd., Wolumlla, NSW. All tickets are $25. There is no charge for children under16 when accompanied by an adult. Tickets can be purchased at the door the day of the concert, or from:


The Subscription price for any four concerts is $80 for adults ($20per ticket). Co-opera concert, $70 (Not included in yearly subscription, no concessions) For further details contact Jacqui Jaffrey (tel. 02 6496 1224)

​Twilight Series concerts are free of charge but 'retiring donations' are most welcome. These concerts are a joint effort of the Bega Valley Regional Gallery and the Sapphire Coast Music Society. Bega Cheese Factory are the major sponsors for these concerts.​

Twilight Series concerts are held at the Bega Valley Regional Gallery. For more details contact Nan Anderson on 02 6495 9934

All Sunday concerts begin at 2.30 pm. Co-Opera and Conservatorium concerts begin at 6.30 pm. Doors open 30 minutes before start time