Inverell Town Hall will soon be filled with the wonderous sound of live music from local professional musicians.
Soprano Peta Blyth and concert pianist Keiko Robertson will be joined by Armidale Oboist Li Ling Chen for 'Obligato'.
The night will also feature a premiere performance of 'A Walk through Time', composed by Matthew Minter - PLC Armidale music director - who will perform it alongside his wife Li Ling.
"We are delighted that the situation is such that we can present a concert to a live audience once again and we are now allowed a full capacity audience," Ms Blyth said.
"I am sure people will enjoy the evening out and hearing a live concert. There is nothing like it.
"The music is superb, ranging from Bach to Morricone, Spanish music by Granados and Albeniz with the beautiful oboe solo from The Mission and much more."
Renowned for the 'Opera in the Paddock', Peta comes from a wealth of experience in performance, teaching and adjudicating.
She graduated with a First Honours Degree in Music from the UNQLD and was awarded the Sir Henry Abel Smith Scholarship.
Keiko graduated with a Post Graduate Diploma specialising in piano at the Royal Conservatory Superior of Madrid, Spain.
She has performed extensively in America, Spain, Japan and the UK, and has called Inverell home since 2003.
Li Ling moved to Australia at fifteen to study Oboe at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
After obtaining her bachelor she then studied at the Johannes Gutenburg Universitaet in Germany, obtaining a scholarship and a Master of Orchestral Music.
She has performed with orchestras across both Germany and Australia.
Presented by the Inverell Music Appreciation Society on May 1 at 7pm, tickets are available from the Inverell Visitor Information Centre.
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