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Festival of Voices: Baby et Lulu

C3 Convention Centre 64 Anglesea St, South Hobart
Baby et Lulu is a cabaret styled French chanson collaboration between the platinum selling songstresses Abby Dobson (Leonardo’s Bride, Leonard Cohen shows) and FourPlay String Quartet’s Lara Goodridge.  Together with a sterling band, they sing a selection of beautiful faux-French chansons, including Gainsbourg, Piaf, Aznavour, Camille and their own originals.  Baby et Lulu are a huge hit in the…

Festival of Voices: Serenata Trio

Long Gallery - Salamanca Arts Centre 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart
Bringing their own sensibility to songs from the swing era, the Serenata Trio promises a night of classic jazz repertoire served with lashings of the style, class, verve and panache the swing era was known for.    Serenata Trio combines the considerable talents of guitarist Jeremy Sawkins (Atma Blue; Wanderlust; Dominic Miller) and bassist Hugh…

Festival of Voices: Baby et Lulu

C3 Convention Centre 64 Anglesea St, South Hobart
Baby et Lulu is a cabaret styled French chanson collaboration between the platinum selling songstresses Abby Dobson (Leonardo’s Bride, Leonard Cohen shows) and FourPlay String Quartet’s Lara Goodridge.  Together with a sterling band, they sing a selection of beautiful faux-French chansons, including Gainsbourg, Piaf, Aznavour, Camille and their own originals.  Baby et Lulu are a huge hit in the…

Festival of Voices: Unsung – Amelia Ryan and Libby O’Donovan

C3 Convention Centre 64 Anglesea St, South Hobart
On a hot summer’s day in 1965, two women walked into the Regatta Hotel, calmly chained themselves to the bar rail, and asked for a beer. What happened next changed the path of women’s fight for equality, and the course of Australian music history for women.  Join this extraordinary cabaret…

Festival of Voices: Unsung – Amelia Ryan and Libby O’Donovan

C3 Convention Centre 64 Anglesea St, South Hobart
On a hot summer’s day in 1965, two women walked into the Regatta Hotel, calmly chained themselves to the bar rail, and asked for a beer. What happened next changed the path of women’s fight for equality, and the course of Australian music history for women.  Join this extraordinary cabaret…

Newcastle Music Festival: 2021 Festival

Newcastle Music Festival returns in 2021 for its fifth year of great music. There is something for everyone this year, with a line-up including Tamara-Anna Cislowska, Grace Knight, Deborah Humble, Emily Granger, Andrew Blanch, Paco Lara, the Song Company, Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra, and many more. From the "Pomp…

Newcastle Music Festival: “Liebestod” – Tamara-Anna Cislowska in Concert

Adamstown Uniting Church Adamstown
Internationally acclaimed, ARIA award-winning pianist, Tamara-Anna Cislowska makes a welcome return to Newcastle, to open the 2021 Newcastle Music Festival with a concert of solo piano works. STRAUSS (arr. Grainger) Ramble on Love Duet (from Der Rosenkavalier) HISAISHI Fantasia from Nausicaa WAGNER (arr. Liszt) Isolde’s Liebestod KATS-CHERNIN Unsent Love Letters…

Newcastle Music Festival: Harp and Guitar

Newcastle Art Gallery 1 Laman St, Cooks Hill
Virtuosic guitarist Andrew Blanch and American harpist Emily Granger perform exquisite repertoire for guitar and harp, with Newcastle’s own Gully Line Quartet, in the fittingly artistic setting of Newcastle Art Gallery Program BARRIOS (arr. Blanch/Granger) Danza Paraguaya (1928) GRANADOS 12 Danzas españolas (1890) 2. Oriental (arr. Blanch/Granger) 4. Villanesca (arr.…

Newcastle Music Festival: Pomp and Circumstance – The Best of British Organ Music

Christ Church Cathedral 52 Church Street, Newcastle
Be uplifted as Cathedral organist Peter Guy performs British favourites of the organ repertoire. Peter will play the Christ Church Cathedral Organ which was originally built in 1906 by the English firm Norman and Beard of Norwich. There are nearly 2,500 pipes ranging in length from 32 feet to an…

Newcastle Music Festival: The Telephone

Adamstown Uniting Church Adamstown
Soprano Samanta Lestavel, baritone Tristan Entwistle and pianist Claire Howard Race perform Menotti’s comic mini-opera "The Telephone". The concert then features internationally renowned mezzo-soprano Deborah Humble, with Christ Church Camerata and Gully Line Quartet, to bring you Elgar’s glorious "Sea Pictures", a work which is one of Australia's favourites, and…