Andrew Blanch & Emily Granger in Suite mágica – Sun 22 May

Sunday 22 May, 2-4pm

Music in the Regions and Long Point Vineyard present the extraordinary combination of guitarist Andrew Blanch and harpist Emily Granger in Suite mágica.

Displaying the versatility, energy, and beauty of these much-loved instruments, in Suite mágica Blanch and Granger will share some of the finest music from their explorations, including exciting new commissions by Australia’s leading composers, arrangements of popular favourites, and more.


About This Event

The concert will take place inside our large Marquee overlooking the gorgeous vineyard grounds. A bar with both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and grazing boxes will be available for purchase. No BYO allowed. This is an 18+ event.


TICKETS $45 + Booking fee via Eventbrite: Andrew Blanch & Emily Granger


About Andrew Blanch

Armed with formidable talent, passion, and conviction, guitarist Andrew Blanch has carved out his own path with a musical vision that equally values both the tradition and the inherent potential of this continuingly evolving artform. His sought-after performances are delivered with great personal warmth and artistic consideration and are acclaimed for their ability to enhance the audience’s connection with the music and the moment.


About Emily Granger

Emily Granger (USA) has firmly established herself in the Australian concert scene, with a busy schedule as a soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician. Emily has performed around the world as Guest Principal Harp with the Chicago, Sydney, and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Orchestra Victoria, and Opera Australia Orchestra and given chamber recitals at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall and the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage.


About Music in the Regions

Music in the Regions (MitR) is a newly formed independent touring organisation established to connect classical musicians with regional audiences and facilitate transformative musical experiences across New South Wales. MitR is supported by the NSW Government via Create NSW, and through private philanthropy. To find out more visit


*Artist photos by Keith Saunders



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