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Heart to heart – classical and pop hits

“Music is healing. Music holds things together.” Prince

Music for Your Heart brings to life a selection of classical and contemporary hits to uplift and inspire. Pitt Street Uniting Church will reverberate with the sounds of spring – in every note on piano, guitar and violin.

You will be mesmerised by the majestic music of Bach, Beethoven, Shostakovich, as well as sing along to the memorable songs of the Beatles, Elvis, Frank Sinatra and more.

Concert organiser, Natalie Mitz, is a pianist, lyrical composer and music educator. She is on a mission to empower other musicians through collaboration and passion for music.

She hopes to give exposure to and opportunities for many talented artists of various backgrounds and ages.

Music for Your Heart
, Sunday October 23, Pitt Street Uniting Church, 264 Pitt Street, Sydney, 2-4pm. Bookings: www.trybooking.com/CCCYO

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