Coming Up


Fire and Grace
Folk and Baroque

Edwin Huizinga | violin
William Coulter | guitar

Saturday 24th August, 2:30pm

“...exuded life, emotion, warmth and depth.” Otago Daily Times, New Zealand

Fire & Grace is an eclectic collaboration between guitarist William Coulter and violinist Edwin Huizinga. This unique duo explores the connective musical elements of classical, folk, and contemporary traditions from around the world. Fire & Grace’s repertoire is vast, ranging from Bach to Vivaldi, tango to Celtic tunes, traditional Bulgarian to American fiddle tunes and waltzes, all played with a sense of discovery and commitment to the elements of passion and virtuosity — fire and grace — found in these diverse traditions.

Recent and upcoming performances have included engagements at the Carmel Bach Festival, the Mozaic Festival, the Santa Cruz Baroque Festival, the Electric Earth Concerts, the Monterey Museum of Art, and with Tomaseen Foley’s A Celtic Christmas. In March and April 2017, Fire & Grace toured to New Zealand with appearances at the UPSURGE Festival, the Festival of Colour, and the New Zealand School of Music. They will tour New Zealand for a second time in August 2019. The group’s self-titled debut album combines melodies from Argentina, Bulgaria, and Western Europe with dance elements from baroque and folk musical traditions.

Tickets: $35/$30 U18 $5
Book online here.




Find the Rose Room



The late Murray Khouri, Clarinet Virtuoso
Founder of the Bowral Autumn Music Festival
The best route by car travelling south from Bowral is:
  1. Take the left branch at the roundabout south of the town off Moss Vale Rd onto Kangaloon Rd
  2. After 2km, turn right at the large roundabout onto Eridge Park Rd
  3. After 300m, take first right onto Sunninghill Ave
  4. The driveway entrance is marked by two white posts 600m along Sunninghill Ave
  5. 200m up the driveway, The Rose Room is the first building on the left
If driving north from Moss Value:
  1. Take the right turn off Moss Valde Rd onto Eridge Park Rd
  2. After 3km, turn left onto Sunninghill Ave
  3. The driveway entrance is marked by two white posts 600m along Sunninghill Ave
  4. 200m up the driveway, The Rose Room is the first building on the left

Janet Ninio
51F Sunninghill Ave
Burradoo NSW

0408 839 687
Email Janet

The Rose Room has a Steinway piano available, seating for 70 guests and up to 8 performers.

Janet can also prepare a sumptuous afternoon tea for guests and artists.