Skye McIntosh – Artistic Director Thursday 8 August 2019 at 7pm Albert Hall Yarralumla ACT
The Ensemble continues its performance of previously unknown historical chamber versions of Beethoven’s symphonies with an Australian premiere of his Symphony No. 4 arranged by Watts for flute and string sextet.
Saturday 27 July 2019 at 7.30pm Llewellyn Hall ANU
There is no orchestra quite like the Australian World Orchestra – they have promised us a unique and unforgettable experience. Once a year the AWO assembles Australia’s finest musicians from the world’s great orchestra to present exhilarating classical concerts.
Palace Electric Cinema Canberra 10 to 31 July 2019 Films from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland.
The 2019 festival opens around Australia with HAPPY ENDING from actress-turned-director Hella Joof (2015 Scandi FF smash hit All Inclusive).
Top Danish actors Birthe Neumann (five Robert Awards from the Danish Film Academy, two Bodils from the Danish Film Critics) and Kurt Ravn (two Bodils) head up the cast, which also includes Mette Munk Plum (Borgen), Tammi Øst (The Killing) and Scandi FF 2017 festival guest Charlotte Sieling (The Man, Borgen, Homeland).
Caren Florance and Tim Brook – Line Work Mimi Fairall, Lizzie Hall, Rowan Kane, Eadie Newman and Bernie Slater – Bona Fide Thursday 4 July 6pm till 27 July 2019
Line Work, by Canberra based academic and print and text artist, Caren Florance, builds on her research into online trolling. The exhibition uses new and old systems of communication to explore ways to subvert and convert the hurt we carry after encountering verbal attacks.
By Lucas Hnath, directed by Caroline Stacey The Street Theatre, Canberra City Until Sunday 23 June 2019
This critically-acclaimed piece by New York playwright Lucas Hnath has been described as a ‘sequel of sorts’ to Henrik Ibsen’s 19th century classic.
A confident and independent Nora (played by Rachel Berger) returns 15 years after leaving her husband, Torvald (PJ Williams), and three children. Back in her former house, Nora engages in conversation with Torvald, nanny and housekeeper Anne-Marie (played by Camilla Blunden) and daughter Emmy (Lily Constantine).
Harmonie German Club Thursday 13 June 2019 from 7pm to 11.30pm
All female Australian four-piece blues and roots act Hussy Hicks is led by Leesa Gentz, vocals, with Julz Parker, guitar.
They are showcasing their new single Get Ready, which features the band’s new drummer, Ali Foster and long time bass player, Tracy Stephens.
This is the first song in 12 years
completely recorded, engineered and produced by the band.
The Hussies have been long-time collaborators with Kristy Lee, recording and performing together across the USA, Europe and Australia since they formed a bond about 15 years ago. These women are looking forward to sharing their magical musical connection with Australian audiences.
A theatre performance presented by Migrant and Refugee Settlement Service ACT Murranji Theatre, Hawker College Saturday 15 June 2019 at 6.15pm
Award winning Indian
dancer/choreographer Padma Menon has worked with a group of women from diverse
cultures to produce a theatre work using dance, storytelling, poetry, music and
film. The work explores the dreams, strength and resilience of women.
Proceeds will be donated to two
Canberra charities whose work helps women from diverse cultures and