Four seasons of music in one day in Warrnambool

FIVE years on and the Four Seasons concert series is still going strong, with another line-up of young south-west musical talent ready to perform tomorrow.

Drummer Tim Bayne, singer-songwriter Leah Senior and vocalist Nathan Wright have been selected to play at the summer concert of the series in the Lighthouse Studio from 2.30pm.

Bayne will perform with Warrnambool brothers Eddie and Henry Jacobs on bass and guitar, Senior will be joined on stage by sister Andie and Wright will be accompanied by Warrnambool pianist Jonathan Cox.

The Warrnambool Symphony Orchestra organises the seasonal concerts and organiser John MacInnes said the events continued to provide a range of music while showcasing local talent.

“We are delighted to have these accomplished young performers for our opening concert in the fifth year of the Four Seasons series,” MacInnes said.

“The diversity of musicians and the items they have chosen to perform are certain to delight the audience.”

The three showcased musicians are all studying music at a tertiary level.

The concert begins tomorrow from 2.30pm.

mneal@fairfaxmedia.com.au

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