Concerts and Events at Sacred Spaces
30 Queen St, Singleton, Hunter Valley NSW

Saturday 7 April 2018 AT 2:00 PM

Newcastle Youth Orchestra – a family concert

The Newcastle Youth Orchestra, conducted by Mr Ian Cook, will present a Family Concert in the stunning Sisters’ Chapel, with two classic pieces for orchestra and narrator –  Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf and Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals. 

As the young musicians play, Newcastle playwright Carl Caulfield will take you through the fun adventures of young Peter when he meets the wolf, accompanied by some dancers from the National College Of Dance.
Ghillian Sullivan will narrate the humorous parade of ‘Carnival of the Animals’ alongside the orchestra…
A program for young and old!

For more info about the Orchestra, see

$25 (adult) and $5 (school student) include a complimentary Convent-made afternoon tea.
Available at and at the door from 1.30pm.
Young kids can sit down the front to be close to the action – BYO cushion to sit on the tiled floor, or some cushions will be supplied…
Arrive from 1.30pm to choose your preferred seat (tickets bought at the door are for seats towards the back).

If you have a group of 8 or more, we offer a $5 discount on each adult ticket – please contact our office directly.
This is only for prebooked tickets (not at the door).

Part of our Sacred Spaces Fine Music Concert Series 2018

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