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Jan
25
Sat
Vaishikam: Courtesans of the deities Dance contemplation intensive @ Moving Archetypes Studio
Jan 25 – Jan 26 all-day
Vaishikam: Courtesans of the deities Dance contemplation intensive @ Moving Archetypes Studio | | |
The Courtesan in traditional Indian dance is significant in contemplative practice as well as in focusing on aesthetics as the space of transformation. The Courtesan world parallels the limitlessness and ‘otherness’ that is necessary for us to overcome our limited ways of thinking. It transforms “Kaama” or desire, the strongest human drive, into a transformative aesthetic meditation. This radical shift is the doorway towards the contemplative experience. The intensive will consider the ritual, dance and emotional content of the Courtesan domain in temple dance. It invites participants to a world of power, freedom and beauty. When. 10 am-3 pm (including lunch break) 25-26 January 2020 Where: Moving Archetypes Studio, Unit 10, 19-25 Kembla Street, Fyshwick Cost: $140 (Early Bird until 15 December), $160 (Full) No previous experience of dance required. More information and bookings: www.movingarchetypes.com.au or 0447643646
Jan
27
Mon
Singing for Parkinson’s @ Ainslie Arts Centre
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am
Singing for Parkinson's @ 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 the lie!

Feb
3
Mon
Singing for Parkinson’s @ Ainslie Arts Centre
Feb 3 @ 10:00 am
Singing for Parkinson's @ 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 the lie!

Feb
10
Mon
Singing for Parkinson’s @ Ainslie Arts Centre
Feb 10 @ 10:00 am
Singing for Parkinson's @ 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 the lie!

Feb
17
Mon
Singing for Parkinson’s @ Ainslie Arts Centre
Feb 17 @ 10:00 am
Singing for Parkinson's @ 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 the lie!

Feb
24
Mon
Singing for Parkinson’s @ Ainslie Arts Centre
Feb 24 @ 10:00 am
Singing for Parkinson's @ 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 the lie!

Mar
2
Mon
Singing for Parkinson’s @ Ainslie Arts Centre
Mar 2 @ 10:00 am
Singing for Parkinson's @ 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 the lie!

Mar
5
Thu
A Tale of Two Cities @ Llewellyn Hall
Mar 5 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
A Tale of Two Cities @ Llewellyn Hall | | |

Our 2020 season opener presents a stunning program by composers who were influenced by the times and places in which they lived with seminal works of chamber music by Mozart, Brahms, Stravinsky and Arensky. Presenting two brilliant young Australian artists making huge careers overseas, Selby & Friends is delighted to welcome virtuoso violinist Emily Sun and Principal Clarinetist of the London Philharmonic, Ben Mellefont to debut in 2020 with veteran US-based blockbuster cellist Clancy Newman and Artistic Director Kathryn Selby, AM.

Mar
9
Mon
Singing for Parkinson’s @ Ainslie Arts Centre
Mar 9 @ 10:00 am
Singing for Parkinson's @ 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 the lie!

Mar
16
Mon
Singing for Parkinson’s @ Ainslie Arts Centre
Mar 16 @ 10:00 am
Singing for Parkinson's @ 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 the lie!