Bev Gourlay and Aart Schouten are back to perform at Caloundra.
Bev Gourlay and Aart Schouten are back to perform at Caloundra. Contributed

They’re back - encore for Bev Gourlay and Aart Schouten

ALTHOUGH Bev Gourlay and Aart Schouten "retired" from organising the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon concerts last year, they are back for an encore performance on July 5, 2pm, at the CCSA Hall, Nutley Street, Caloundra.

With Neil Booth as the co-host and piano player extraordinaire, they'll be joined by a variety of top singers, instrumentalists and even a female bush poet.

The artists are:

The Windsong Harmony quintet, comprising oboe - Hana Hampton, flute - Phillipa Hancock, clarinet - Jenni Maggs, bassoon - Narelle Williams, and French horn -Wendy Selby. These excellent musicians thrilled the audience in 2013 with pieces like The Liberty Bell and The Teddy Bears' picnic - they play rousing, familiar, enjoyable tunes.

Crooner Trevor Mitchell will be remembered for his smooth delivery of popular songs.

Country singer/guitarist Joy Humphries teaming up with Tony Poole on piano, to perform songs like the Streets of London and Catch the Wind.

Janet Dyke - reciter of bush yarns.

Christina Hanley - playing the piano accordion, and also her harp.

An item from the chorale's next production of Blitz the Musical, and Bev and Aart singing a couple of solos and duets.

These concerts are always a lot of fun, banter, good music and a wonderful afternoon teaTickets available at the door $9, or $5 for friends and members of the Caloundra Chorale.


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