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May 8 – Jun 23 all-day Suki and Hugh Gallery
Image: Harriet Schwarzrock, filament, glass, neon, 2019. Image courtesy Suki & Hugh Gallery This exhibition of new works by Harriet Schwarzrock returns to themes of interconnection, the experience of the body, and how we relate to others. Predominantly working with translucent glass this work gives subtle form to the intangible and brings an awareness of the present moment. Neon and plasma provide an opportunity to experiment with distorted filaments of light. Supported by: Project funding from Arts ACT Canberra Glassworks[...]
Jun 21 – Jun 23 all-day Various venues in Milton, Mollymook and Ulladulla
A festival of storytelling in the Milton, Mollymook and Ulladulla region. Workshops and author presentations, special events, schools program and dinners
Jun 23 @ 9:30 am – 11:45 am School of Practical Philosophy
Join us and be taken on a whirlwind journey through the classics of the Western Canon. Focussing on the theme of reference and continuity, this talk will demonstrate the way in which many classics from the Western Canon refer to and develop themes from previous works. The benefits of being familiar with these works will be discussed and their relevance to modern day life will be highlighted. There will be a chance to read and reflect on an excerpt from[...]
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jun 28 @ 7:30 pm Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture
Canberra’s A Chorus of Women will present an inspiring story for people’s movements today in two performances of The People’s Passion by Glenda Cloughley at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Barton on Friday 28 June at 7.30 pm, and Sunday 30 June at 5 pm. In New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has shown how empathy and compassion heals communities. A Swedish schoolgirl called Greta Thunberg has led a global movement for action on climate change. On the[...]
Jun 29 @ 7:30 pm Llewellyn Hall
Music for Canberra and the Canberra Youth Orchestra (CYO) present their first subscription concert for 2019 featuring soloists Rachael Duncan, Tobias Cole and Andrew O’Connor in an unforgettable performance of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana on Saturday the 29th of June 2019 at Llewellyn Hall, 7:30pm. They will be joined by Canberra Choral Society, Canberra Children’s Choir and Seasoned Voices. This performance will present a unique collaboration between Music for Canberra’s premier orchestra, CYO, and the innovative and exciting Canberra Choral[...]
Jun 30 all-day The Street
ANATS ACT in association with The Street Theatre and Wild Voices Music Theatre is proud to present a Workshop and Masterclass with David Sisco. David Sisco is a multi-faceted professional artist, performer, singing teacher, composer, playwright, Musical Director and repetiteur. He maintains a private studio in New York and presents in the U.S. and internationally on preparing contemporary art song and musical theatre.
Jun 30 @ 5:00 pm – 5:00 pm Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture
Canberra’s A Chorus of Women will present an inspiring story for people’s movements today in two performances of The People’s Passion by Glenda Cloughley at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Barton on Friday 28 June at 7.30 pm, and Sunday 30 June at 5 pm. In New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has shown how empathy and compassion heals communities. A Swedish schoolgirl called Greta Thunberg has led a global movement for action on climate change. On the[...]
Jul 1 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jul 8 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jul 8 @ 7:30 pm Llewellyn Hall
Selby & Friends takes listeners on a musical tour of composers who were influenced by Russia, either by having been born and bred there or receiving patronage or assistance from Russian nobles. This is a fascinating program of variety and depth with stunning violinist Daniel Dodds and ACO Principal Cellist Timo-Veikko Valve reuniting again with pianist Kathryn Selby for this tour de force of virtuosity and soaring melody. Duos and trios by Beethoven, Scriabin, Debussy, Tachaikovsky and Rachmaninov make for[...]
Jul 15 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jul 22 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jul 29 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Aug 5 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Aug 12 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Aug 19 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Aug 26 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Sep 2 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Sep 2 @ 7:30 pm Llewellyn Hall
Exploring composers whose influence made a significant impact upon the world of classical music is the premise behind this extraordinary program of sonatas and trios by Kats-Chernin, Ravel, Britten and Dvorak. Thrill to the virtuosic performances of brilliant Australian violinist Susie Park and cellist Julian Smiles with Artistic Director Kathryn Selby in a moving homage to those whose vision was far ahead of their time. The full program and booking information for season passes and single tickets can be found[...]
Sep 9 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Sep 16 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Sep 23 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Sep 30 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Oct 7 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Oct 10 – Oct 13 all-day Escape ARTfest
With Spring comes the creative energy of the annual Escape ARTfest – a homage to all things artistic in the Milton Ulladulla District. Each and every year the festival serves up a wealth of talented artists for the absolute pleasure of its loyal audience. Escape ARTfest is all about participation and festival-goers and creatives have plenty of opportunities to get in on the action. Immerse yourself in our art exhibitions, music, performances and workshops. There’s absolutely no excuse for anyone[...]
Oct 14 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Oct 21 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Oct 28 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Oct 31 @ 7:30 pm Llewellyn Hall
Selby & Friends’ 2019 season finale revisits the great master with a return to the music of all-Beethoven by popular demand. Sonatas for violin and cello with piano are presented by SSO Concertmaster, Andrew Haveron and rising star cellist, Australian Richard Narroway in a program rich in contrasts and fascination at the workings of a genius. This is a popular event on the music calendar so don’t miss this season finale! Program Ludwig van Beethoven – Sonata for Cello and[...]