Bach in the Subways come to Gunning Station

As part of a world wide celebration of JS Bach’s 333rd birthday, Gunning Railway Station will host one of the few non-subway performances of ‘Bach in the Subway 2018’ on Sunday, March 25.

TRAINING HARD: The two local organisers Dianna Nixon and Maartje Sevenster checking out the Gunning Station up platform for this year's performance.

TRAINING HARD: The two local organisers Dianna Nixon and Maartje Sevenster checking out the Gunning Station up platform for this year's performance.

This event was also held last year.

Presented by Dianna Nixon of Wild Voices Music Theatre in partnership with Maartje Sevenster of Adhoq Baroque, they will perform instrumental and vocal works as the Sydney-Melbourne XPT train passes through Gunning station.

The performances will be from 11-11.45am, then again from 4-4.45pm.

Bach in the Subways originated in the subways of New York City, with the idea of bringing live Bach, and classical music in general, to as many people as possible, especially those who would not normally hear it.

So make an entry in your dairy to catch this unusual performance.

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