Food, wine, art and fantastic music will be on the menu when Out West Piano Fest returns to Bathurst this October.
The festival will return to Blackdown Farm from October 27-29, following a sell-out inaugural event last year.
Festivities will begin on the Friday with a warm country welcome and sunset dinner, followed by the first concert, Music From the New World. The concert will showcase Latin American rhythms, jazz inspired sounds from the USA and the work of one of Australia's most prolific composers.
The second day will feature an exquisite meal with wines and two concerts. Eastern Express will explore the culture and rich tapestry of central Europe, while History of Love will celebrate the expression of love and heightened romantic emotions in music.
Rounding out the festival on the Sunday will be two more concerts. Once upon a time... will captivate the audience with fairytale music - featuring compositions by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Mikhail Pletnev and Nikolay Medtner. Rounding out the festival will be Carnival - which will combine a buoyant festive atmosphere with timeless melodies and masterful playing.
Steeped in pastoral heritage, art and culture, Blackdown Farm was once home to the Australian artist Tim Storrier and boasts extensive gardens, which present a perfect backdrop for the weekend's festivities in the full bloom of spring.
The festival will also present a suite of gastronomic experiences over the course of the weekend.
For bookings or more information click here.
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