Sunday 6.00pm - 7.30pm
Ray Hugo presents a weekly program of mostly classical music, recorded at venues around the Hunter region.
2NURFM provides a forum for local artists to reach audiences not only in the Hunter, but right around Australia and the world.
As a faculty of The University of Newcastle, the Conservatorium fosters music teaching and performance. In its Concert Hall, regarded as one of the finest in the country, Newcastle audiences enjoy recitals by students, and eminent local artists.
|September 7||ORGAN RECITAL on Newcastle's St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Wills Pipe Organ by Jan Piet-Knijff, playing the best of British Music from Robertsbridge Codex, and Byrd, Stanley, Wesley, Elgar and others|
|September 14||THE PETERSEN QUARTET - A wonderful group of musicians from East Germany in their Newcastle concert playing String Quartets by Prokofiev, Sculthorpe and Schubert|
|September 21||BEST OF BRITISH MUSIC by composers, Sir Arthur Sullivan, Benjamin Britten, Hubert Parry, John Rutter, Andrew Lloyd-Webber, Lennon & McCartney and Freddie Mercury, performed by Choir V, Acapella Nova, and Scots Kirk Baroque Band with Vincent Parmeter at the piano. This is another concert from A Weekend Festival of British Music presented in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Newcastle|
|September 28||THE AUSTRALIAN GUITAR DUO - Jacob Cordover and Rupert Boyd perform a mix of contemporary Australian compositions and standard works from the duo guitar repertoire in concert at The Newcastle Conservatorium|