Tyalgum Community Hall

Friday 16th September 2022

7 pm

CONCERT 1 -  A French Affair

Welcome to the opening concert for TMF2021! It is a “French Affair” with beautiful evocative music and a showing of the 1908 French film “L’assassinet du Duc de Guise.” Celebrate our 30th anniversary with a glass of bubbles in the interval.


Limpinwood Ensemble and Viney/Grinberg Duo


Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune.    Claude Debussy 


Rhapsodie Espagnole.                      Maurice Ravel

Sextet for piano and winds.               Francis Poulenc




L’assassinet du Duc de Guise.          Camille Saint-Saëns (Australian Premiere)

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Saturday 17th September 2022

11 am

CONCERT 2 - QCGU Student Showcase

QCGU Chamber Ensemble showcase.
Witness the “up and coming” and when they are famous you can say you saw them here first!

12:30 pm

Free Event -  A Little Bach

A free “pop up” event in Yasna’s Studio-Gallery.
Take 20 and relax to the sounds of Bach’s Cello Suite No.1 in G Maj BWV1007 played by Hungarian cellist György Déri in this beautiful acoustic, surrounded by art.

2 pm

CONCERT 3 -  Behind the Scenes with our Composer in Residence

Join TMF2021 “Composer in Residence” Catherine Likhuta, as she gives an informative talk on her compositional process, jazz influences and the inspiration behind her commission for this year’s festival.


“Someone Special” for horn and bassoon     Catherine Likhuta

6 pm

CONCERT 4 -  Limpinwood Ensemble

A trip down memory lane as we play Schubert’s Octet, the piece that launched the Tyalgum Music Festival 30 years ago. The programme is rounded off with the World Premiere of Catherine Likhuta’s latest composition and Nielsen’s piece about unrequited love. Interval drinks courtesy of local distiller and TMF sponsor “Husk” gin.


Limpinwood Ensemble


Serenata in vano.                       Carl Nielsen 


TMF2021 commission.               Catherine Likhuta (World Premiere)  




Octet in F Major D.803.               Franz Schubert

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Griffith University

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9 pm

CONCERT 5 - Cabaret Night

Entertainer extraordinaire, Jason Barry-Smith and pianist Luke Volker, present an evening of Cabaret in our own “Café de Tyalgum.” Sit at tables of four for an hour and a half of light classics, wine and nibbles.

“Throw all your cares and troubles away

At our late night Cabaret!

You’ll be glad that you came, we’ll make sure that you stay 

At our late-night Cabaret!


We’ll amaze and seduce you, then thrill you.

 It’s Jason and Luke taking charge.

Who knows where this journey may lead to:

Perhaps even special guest stars?


The only ingredient missing is YOU

Come relax at the end of the day

With some fun and a song and a drink or two

At our late-night Cabaret!”

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Jason Barry-Smith                    Luke Volker

Sunday 18th September 2022

10 am
CONCERT 6 -  Andrew Goodwin & Sonya Lifschitz



Sit back and relax with a coffee while the music of Strauss, Fauré, Schumann, Mahler, Scriabin and Rachmaninoff waft around the hall. Renowned Australian tenor, Andrew Goodwin and pianist Sonya Lifschitz join forces to present some of the most beautiful pieces of the “art song.”


Andrew Goodwin                     Sonya Lifschitz

12:30 pm

CONCERT 7 - Conversations with Ed Ayres

Join ABC Classic presenter, Ed Ayres, as he talks about his life, books and his latest hair-raising adventure.... learning the French Horn!


Sextet in Eb Major op.81 for two horns and string quartet.        Ludwig van Beethoven 

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3 pm

CONCERT 8 -  Violin and Piano Recital

Violinist Natsuko Yoshimoto and pianist Daniel de Borah present a recital of well loved masterpieces. Interval tea and scones will be served on the patio.


Sonata No.1 for Violin and Piano in A minor Op.105          Robert Schumann 

Adagio for Violin and Piano                                                Zoltán Kodály

Three Pieces for Violin and Piano                                       György Kurtag


Sonata No.1 form Piano and Violin in G major Op.78        Johannes Brahms

Natsuko Yoshimoto-Photo Credit Claudio R
Daniel de Borah 1 credit Morgan Roberts.

Natsuko Yoshimoto                 Daniel de Borah

Credit:  Morgan Roberts

Credi:t Claudio Raschella