Twilight Soiree at Japanese Gardens

Twilight Soirée Producer, Tim Page

Crestani Scholarships Ltd is inviting the Central Coast community to attend its sixth annual Twilight Soirée musical event on Sunday, March 21, at the Gosford Regional Gallery.

Ticket sales will go towards the registered charity, which provides radiation therapists, nurses, radiology students and allied health professionals the opportunity to improve their knowledge, skills and techniques in the treatment of cancer by way of scholarships overseas and in Australia.

The event starts at 4.30pm and will be held outdoors in the Japanese Gardens.

Producer of the Musical Event, Tim Page, said he is excited to be holding the event as it was cancelled last year due to COVID.

“This is our sixth season hosting the Twilight Soirée,” Page said.

“We had to postpone our presentation of La Traviata due to COVID, but we are going ahead with the Soirée because it’s an outdoor event and we are including a selection of some of the most famous ‘bits’ from the opera.

“It will feature a trio of outstanding operatic talent and an ensemble of Central Coast singers from the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music, Central Coast Opera and Gosford Musical Society.”

All Twilight Soirée attendees will be treated to drinks and light refreshments and will be entertained with an assortment of music, including hits from South Pacific, Carousel My Fair Lady and The Merry Widow, as well as excerpts from La Traviata.

This is an outdoor event that will follow the recommended COVID safety protocols.

Crestani Scholarships was established in 2007 by Yvonne Crestani with a group of volunteers to coincide with the Central Coast Cancer Centre’s opening at Gosford Hospital.

Media Release Feb 15
Crestani Scholarships