Sweet Biscuits trio goes for baroque at Newlyn concert

Trio: Sweet Biscuits Ensemble of Andrew Angus, Peter Hagen and Matthew Angus will perform as part of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon series at Newlyn on Sunday.

Trio: Sweet Biscuits Ensemble of Andrew Angus, Peter Hagen and Matthew Angus will perform as part of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon series at Newlyn on Sunday.

Newlyn will soon be treated to a tasty musical delight this weekend, with the classical trio Sweet Biscuits Ensemble playing in an intimate setting. 

Spring-boarding off the success of last year’s Four Seasons Fine Music Festival, the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon series will kick off at St Matthew's Anglican Church with a performance from the ensemble at 3pm.

Professional musicians Andrew Angus, Matthew Angus and Peter Hagen will perform late baroque English masterpieces from the likes of Handel and Vincent. 

The full music festival will kick off for 2018 on May 5, with a performance by the Australian Chamber Choir at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Clunes, during the ever-popular Clunes Book Town. 

More information and tickets at ballaratanglican.org.au/fourseasons