THE Nambucca Valley Arts Council (NVAC) are known for their exhibitions at the Stringer Gallery Art Gallery, but this December, they are presenting something a little different, a concert promised to be like no other.
Titled Joy to the World, the performance will see multi-genre, multi-instrumentalist and teller of silly jokes Heather Rose do what she does best on Sunday, December 12 at the Senior Citizens' Hall in Nambucca Heads.
Heather will be playing two pianos, one acoustic and one electric, as she presents music from Chopin and Debussy to Cole Porter and Gypsy Jazz with a few of her most-requested originals sprinkled on top.
She has recently been touring with The Date Brothers as a double act when Ian is available from Ireland.
She has also performed at GlenFest with Greg Sheehan as her drummer and was Bruce Mathiske's support act.
Tickets are $20 and are available at Hello World Nambucca Heads, online at tiny URL/joy to the world/heather rose Eventbrite or at the door.
Musical requests will be received with delight upon purchase of tickets, and afternoon tea will be provided at the interval.
The Joy to the World concert will run from 2 to 4pm, doors open at 1:30pm.
All of the standard NSW Government enforced COVID-19 requirements will be adhered to, so please be respectful and polite to event staff.
If you would like to bring a gift-wrapped present to place under the tree, Heather will deliver them all to the Salvo's Xmas run.
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