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Famous concert pianist David Helfgott rehearsing prior to performance at the Brolga Theatre. Photo: Robyne Cuerel / Fraser Coast Chronicle
Famous concert pianist David Helfgott rehearsing prior to performance at the Brolga Theatre. Photo: Robyne Cuerel / Fraser Coast Chronicle Robyne Cuerel

BELLINGEN will be the venue of another never to be forgotten musical experience when piano maestro David Helfgott performs with composer Yantra de Vilder.

David will treat the audience to a performance of some of the great romantics including Rachmaninov, Beethoven and Chopin.

Yantra, an award winning composer and performer, who explores the intersection between classical and contemporary music will captivate with her "Play of Light" a magical musical journey with stunning visuals.

Composer Yantra de Vilder will perform with David Helfgott in Bellingen later this month.
Composer Yantra de Vilder will perform with David Helfgott in Bellingen later this month.

The performance will be at Bellingen's Memorial Hall on Saturday, November 23 at 8pm.

The performance will be at Bellingen's Memorial Hall on Saturday, November 23 at 8pm.

Bookings are essential as seating is limited and tickets are $65, including entry, supper and wine.

To reserve your place at the concert contact the Sanctuary Australia Foundation on 6652 2127 or purchase tickets

from Park Beach Plaza Music & Hi Fi or phone Robbie Spence on 6655 1236.

For more information on the work of Sanctuary Australia Foundation, visit their website by clicking here

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