Selmo and Rita, Piano and Violin

11th Jun, 2017 02:30 PM - 03:45 PM


Thank you for visiting the Barwon Heads Fine Music website.

We do hope you find a musical event that you would enjoy.

Our purpose is to bring musical events to the community of Barwon Heads, and the surrounding Bellarine Peninsula and the Geelong Region and we look forward to seeing you.

Our Sunday Concerts continue on the second Sunday of each month , 2.30pm in the Anglican Church , Friends $10 , visitors $15 – stay for Afternoon tea after the concert
We also hold other Major events which are held in the Barwon Heads Community Hall

President’s Report

The Barwon Heads Fine Music Society is proud to record another wonderful year of concerts and is pleased to report that our organization is recognised with appreciative comments from a broad area of the Greater Geelong region and beyond, which makes the efforts of our committee members and supporters very worthwhile!  The fact that professional musicians approach us for presenting their program is very encouraging!

We aim to bring a wide range of high quality music events and this year we presented many interesting and outstanding performances.

Amongst these were” Avi, Kerrie and Friends” which proved to be a great variety of talent; 

We really enjoyed supporting young talented and hard-working music students from The Geelong College and Christian College, and later the Wind Chamber Ensemble from The Geelong College; and Selmo and Rita, a young and talented Portuguese duo couple. 


The ANZAC Eve concert with Geoffrey Graham, a wonderful orator and entertainer, gave us vivid insights through his two-hour journey of the extraordinary events of a hundred years ago.


The Chorale, led by Natale, performed for the Seniors’ Concert with “Let’s All Sing” (in aid of LIFE LINE) and was very popular and great fun! That concert is part of the Geelong Seniors’ Festival who provide an Annual Grant to support this event.


Another beautiful solo performance was an International Journey from Sonoka Miyake from her extensive piano repertoire including Debussy from France, Beethoven from Germany and Ginastera from Argentina.   


We had a couple of extra  events to raise our profile with the local community; an evening Fund-Raiser outside the Hall and a lovely Classical Guitarist performing in the “ John Green’s Out-Door Space” and of course, sang with the Combined Churches Carol Service.

We are very grateful for the support of The Bendigo Bank and Peter Molloy from RD Edgar, along with other businesses in the village who support our group.

As with all voluntary organisations, we are always looking to source funds to provide these special events!

And, finally, I would like to thank all our hard-working committee members for all their innovative ideas and conscientious support throughout the year!

Jenny Wallace Smith – President

Memberships now due

Please find attached the renewal form for the BHFMS annual membership.  Hopefully the reasons for renewing are relatively easy to guess… however just as a reminder:


Your subscriptions and patronage help us to bring fabulous musicians to perform in terrific events in Barwon Heads, at incredibly affordable prices for members.