The sweet sound of the Chambermaids wind quintet will be enjoyed alongside the sweet taste of Rowlee Wines on Saturday.
The Lake Canobolas Road winery will host the renowned Sydney musicians, alongside Orange oboe player Laith Ismail, for an afternoon in its new garden.
Rowlee’s Nicole Samodol said she hopes this will be the first of many wine garden events at the recently renovated outdoor space.
“We invited the Chambermaids Wind Quintet to play in the garden so that locals and visitors could have the opportunity to enjoy the rich and varied sounds of acclaimed musicians in a beautiful vineyard setting,” she said.
“Visitors can enjoy a cheese or charcuterie plate and a glass of wine while taking in the views.”
The Chambermaids clarinet player Jennie Ford said the quintet was excited to “take their music out of the concert hall and into the vines”.
“Music and wine are a perfect match that will insure a really enjoyable afternoon for everyone,” she said.
Tickets are available through the Music in the Vines Facebook event.
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