The annual Winter Music in the Valley concert series is sure to warm the hearts of patrons during those cooler months, with some uplifting music. 

With a series of four free concerts held on Sunday afternoons, Winter Music in the Valley brings high quality classical music to community, right at your doorstep.

The series will kick off with the Community Concert that will be held at the Clocktower Centre on Sunday, 4 June. This Celtic-inspired performance will bring the likes of the Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club, Cantabile and Grace Notes Singers.

The series then continues with three concerts by acclaimed professional classical musicians in our local churches.

A Celtic Celebration

Sunday, 4 June at 3pm

Community Concert, The Clocktower Centre

Voices and strings join in a stirring afternoon of Celtic music. Featuring Cantabile, the Grace Notes Singers and the Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club.

A La Mode

Sunday, 18 June at 3pm

St Georges, Travancore

Pianist Jane Matheson and Eine Kleine Wind present a concert full of French flair, featuring woodwind music from the 20th century.

Baroque in Love

Sunday, 25 June at 3pm

St Martin de Porres, Avondale Heights

Early music specialists Ensemble 642 and countertenor Nicholas Tolputt combine for an afternoon of Baroque romance, with English and Italian music from the 1600s.

Czech Passion

Sunday, 2 July at 3pm

St John’s Uniting Church, Essendon

Join the Affinity Collective string quartet for a concert of passionate and romantic music from the depths of Bohemia.

All concerts in the series are free, however some venues have limited capacity, so seating is on a first come first served basis.

Last updated: Tuesday, 4 July 2017, 5:04 AM