On Sunday 26 January, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute will be holding their annual “Survival Day” concert and event at 253 Grenfell Street, Adelaide CBD.
The event is to take place at Tandanya, both inside the building (main gallery, board room, café and retail shop) and in Tandanya Park (Rymill Park extension, on East Tce behind Tandanya).
The park will feature the main concert and cultural performances between 1pm and 6pm
Up to 15 stalls and acoustic music (between 1 – 6pm) will be housed within the main gallery space and an air-conditioned elders area / tea and coffee station will be set up in the Tandanya board room.
The retail shop will be open for the duration of the event and the newly re-furbished Tandanya Café will be serving food and drinks, with a native Australian twist.
In addition to the outside performance areas and dance ground (sand circle) there will also be 2 x food trucks, a first aid/information area and portable toilets provided outside / in the park.
Some of Adelaide’s finest musicians have joined forces to stage a Bushfire Benefit Concert to be held on Sunday 12th January from 2.30-7pm at the Governor Hindmarsh. All proceeds will go directly to those most affected by the devastating 2019 Adelaide Hills bushfires.
To date the devastating fires have resulted in the loss of 1 precious life, 87 homes, crops, vines, sheds and machinery, stock, pets and native animals, leaving countless residents without essentials such as food, clothing and shelter.
Event organisers are partnering with the Hut Community Centre based in Aldgate to ensure all funds are channeled directly to those in immediate need.
The response has been overwhelming from those offering to show their support for the affected community in the wake of these horrific events. The talented lineup includes The Yearlings Band, Ollie English, Don Morrison, Kelly Menhennett, Courtney Robb & Snooks La Vie (ex Hiptones), Nikko Kipridis (Streamliners), Andra Cordell and Satisfaction – The Stones Show, all donating their time for the cause.
SA BUSHFIRE BENEFIT
The Gov | Sun 12 Jan
Tickets: $15.00 + booking fee
Doors open 2.30pm
Dead Men Talking
Australia’s two favourite storytellers, Henry Lawson (Max Cullen) and ‘Banjo’ Paterson (Warren Fahey) catch up in the Leviticus Bar & Grill, Heaven’s Gate, to discuss literary legacies and changed circumstances. They sing, recite and strip each other’s personality bare. “Cullen & Fahey joyfully bring the two poets to life and audiences love it” Philippa McDonald, ABC TV News
Tuesday 9th March @Hats Courthouse Auburn Time 8pm
Ticket Prices $28.00/25.00
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The Daughters Of Rosin
Locked in a room for nine months in a house she once called her home. Ashamed, confused, trapped, this ‘fallen woman’ shares her powerful story. A poignant ode to Ireland’s hidden past, the audience is invited to witness and journey with this forsaken Daughter of Ireland.
The play was developed through research about church and state-sanctioned abuse against women in Ireland over the last 100 years. It is an experimental and challenging performance, which hopes to give a voice to those silenced.
★★★★★ ”This play is everything great theatre should be.” Michael Jackson, Belfast Media Group.
The performance at Hats Inc in Clare Valley will run for 2.5 hours and will also include a performance of traditional Irish music following the play, performed by Cahal Clarke.
Saturday 7th March @ Hats Courthouse Auburn @8pm
Ticket prices $30.00/25.00 conc
Lots of accordions doing music from everywhere… Paradise surely….
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150th anniversary of the birth of Komitas Vardapet, founder of the Armenian ethnomusicology & composition school.Featuring Berberyan Ensemble and Stephen van der Hoek.Berberyan Ensemble is a group of Adelaide based string musicians from an Armenian background led by the violinist Minas Berberyan.Stephen is well-known in Adelaide as a pianist and organist, the 2008 winner of the Adelaide Eisteddfod Piano Concerto competition & is currently principal organist at Bethlehem Lutheran Church.On Sunday 17 November 2019 at 3:00pmLOCATIONBethlehem Lutheran Church170 Flinders Street, Adelaide , SA 5000
The Australian Traditional and Bush Dance Society of SA is running an afternoon social dance on Sunday 3 November from 2-5pm at the Mitcham Village Institute, cnr Princes Rd and Torrens St, Mitcham. Music by Telenn Tri. All dances are called, flat shoes recommended. No previous experience is needed and there’s no need to bring a partner. $18 (includes afternoon tea). For more information visit http://www.atbdsdancesa.com.au or phone Merilyn 0409 670 205.
Songs for Change
Celebrate a come all ye of Labor Songs to celebrate the songs of social change and 150 years of Joe Hills birth
A Hats event with a difference … ” Where Song began”’ is a musical celebration of Australia’s birds and how they shaped the world.
[Two of Australia’s most adventurous classical musicians, Simone Slattery (violin) and Anthony Albrecht (cello), are performing their beautiful multimedia show, Where Song Began. Based on Tim Low’s bestselling book, this performance tells the story of the evolution of song, featuring music spanning 300 years, stunning visual projections and an immersive soundscape. The experience has been described as “like being sung to by the country”. this 50-minute performance explores the Australian origins of song, ‘the birds that can sing’. Such is their evolutionary significance, ‘one may ask whether human music would have reached the heights it has, had the first songbird not sung in an Australian rainforest.’
The performers: Simone Slattery was a 2018 Churchill Fellow, received a PhD in Music Performance from the University of Adelaide and performs regularly with Australia’s finest ensembles. Anthony Albrecht is an Australian graduate of The Juilliard School’s Historical Performance program and enjoys an international career.
Performance length: 60 minutes without interval, including a Q&A
DATE: Friday 11th October
VENUE: Hats Courthouse Auburn.
TIME: 8 pm
PRICE $25.00.00 pre-booked $30 .00 at door Under 18yrs $5.00.
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Doors will open at 7:30 pm for an 8:00 pm concert.
ABC Radio National Feature: https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/offtrack/where-song-began/9811914