Morning music at the Con

Shelly Hughes and Dan Brown are one of the acts at the CONcert this Saturday morning.
Shelly Hughes and Dan Brown are one of the acts at the CONcert this Saturday morning.

This week's CONcert at the Northern Rivers Conservatorium this Saturday, February 4, will showcase some seriously talented acts.

Flautist Carmelia MacWilliam will be joined by pianist/composer/conductor Nicholas Routley. Together they offer a program of works by Bach, Stamitz, Fauré, Martin and the Australian Ross Edwards.

Shelly Hughes and Dan Brown will perform songs from their soon-to-be-released original album. With Dan's keyboard stylings and Shelly's lush vocals, you'll enjoy their mix of blues, jazz and soul.

Finally there's Sshh. This sibilant group is Sydney guitarist Simon Self, keyboardist Matt Hill and percussionist extraordinaire Greg Sheehan. This unusual trio will be using Matt's original instrumental tunes and the odd jazz standard or two as launch pads for some merry music making.

It all starts at 11am.

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