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Bach in the Dark brings chamber music to life

Sydney Morning Herald
August 7, 2015

From the tiny town of Hillston in western NSW to the crypt of St James’ in the Sydney CBD, it is about 700 kilometres. But cellist and music educator Rachel Scott can trace a direct musical line between the distant locations.

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BACH IN THE DARK COMPILATION

Sydney Morning Herald
July 2, 2010

Cellist and music educator Rachel Scott is playing her concert series Bach in the Dark at the Crypt of Sydney’s St James Church on her 261-year-old English cello, which she calls Harry. Here she plays Bach’s Cello Suite No.1.

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Bowing to the power of music

Sydney Morning Herald
July 3, 2010

The first time Rachel Scott played her cello for a year 4 class in the far-western NSW town of Hillston, she kept it short to minimise fidgeting or impatience from her young audience.

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LOVE OF FOOTY IS NO BAR TO MUSIC

The Australian
May 20, 2013

It was with horror that I read what Mark Latham’s has written on “the culture wars”…

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