Pialligo Estate, 18 Kallaroo Road, Pialligo, 2pm / 6.30pm
The 2pm session is sold out. Limited tickets remaining for the 6.30pm session, don’t miss out!
Lovers of classical music and fine food rejoice!
Join us this winter at the Estate for a classical concert in sublime surrounds, a treat for ears and tastebuds alike.
CSO Chamber Ensemble
Sponsored by Glen & Lucille Halloran
Pip Thompson Violin, Curator
Lucy Carrigy-Ryan Viola
Sponsored by OPF Consulting
Patrick Suthers Cello
Wend your way to the Estate and be ushered through to our Fields pavilion where you will warm up with a Pialligo Spritz composed of Estate-grown ingredients or a glass of mulled wine, as trays of canapés do the rounds.
After this initial overture – and with the appetite well and truly awakened – enjoy a selection of choice charcuterie from the Estate’s award-winning Smokehouse before tucking into traditional Spanish paella. Listen on as the event climbs towards its crescendo, with a quartet of the CSO’s finest musicians taking to the stage for a performance of winter-themed chamber music. Guaranteed to stir the soul and send the spirits soaring!
(arr. Danish String Quartet)
Kristi du kom
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
String Quartet No. 1 in D major
Concert Suite from The Snowman
(arr. Vitamin String Quarte)
Girls Like Us
YOUR EVENT EXPERIENCE
When to arrive
Please arrive as close as possible to the session start time (2pm / 6.30pm). Guests will be seated for the performance at approximately 3.15pm (first session) / 7.45pm (second session).
Please have your ticket ready to show staff, printed out or on a mobile device. Tickets will not be available at the door.
Free parking is available onsite, with limited accessible parking near the front of the venue.
Unfortunately, cloaking is not available for this event.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
There is no printed program for this concert. The curator, Pip Thompson, will speak about the repertoire throughout the performance.
Guests are invited to take a copy of rest, the CSO magazine, on departure.
Running order (2pm session)
1.50pm – Guests start arriving
2.00pm – Function commences; Pialligo spritz / mulled wine served with canapes and charcuterie boards
2.30pm – Paella served
3.15pm – Guests seated for concert
4.20pm – Concert concludes (approx. timing); guests welcome to purchase additional beverages
5.00pm – Function concludes
Running order (6.30pm session)
6.20pm – Guests start arriving
6.30pm – Function commences; Pialligo spritz / mulled wine served with canapes and charcuterie boards
7.00pm – Paella served
7.45pm – Guests seated for concert
8.50pm – Concert concludes (approx. timing); guests welcome to purchase additional beverages
9.30pm – Function concludes
Please notify the CSO no later than COB Thursday 4 August with any dietary requirements.
If you are unwell or should be in isolation or quarantine, do not attend CSO events. Contact us to discuss ticket exchange and other options.
ACT Health strongly encourages the use of face masks in public indoor settings and wherever it is difficult to maintain physical distancing. Audience members are not required to wear masks at CSO events but are welcome to do so. Seating will not be physically distanced.
While you will be seated next to other patrons, please practise physical distancing as much as possible as you move around the venue.
Practise good hand hygiene, including washing hands frequently with soap and water and covering coughs / sneezes with a tissue or your elbow.
If you have any questions, please contact CSO Direct on 02 6262 6772 (10am – 3pm, weekdays).