Monthly Archives: October 2012

Rebecca MacCallion & Bradley Kunda – 18 November

Canberra/Versailles Association hopes you can join them for the final Fundraising Luncheon for 2012 on SUNDAY 18 NOVEMBER, 12 to 2pm at the Wig & Pen –  Canberra House Arcade, Alinga St, Canberra City. Entertainment will be provided by soprano … Continue reading

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Duo Merindah Concert – 19 October

Duo Merindah Concert –  Minh Le Hoang (guitar) and Teresa Rabe (flute). Program highlights will include works by Bach, Schubert, Vivaldi, Bogdanovic, Ravel, Beaser and more.  Adults $20, concession $15, full-time students $10, children under 12 free.  Friday 19 October … Continue reading

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Jazz at the Gallery – Steve Allen & Friends – 1 November

Jazz at the Gallery – Steve Allen & Friends including: James Luke (bass) Greg Stott (guitar) Rachel Allen (clarinet) Pauline Griffiths (violin) Date: Thursday, 1 November 2012 Time: 7.30pm Where: Canberra Grammar School Gallery 40 Monaro Crescent Red Hill ACT … Continue reading

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Classical Guitar Composition Project – 2012

Canberra Classical Guitar Society, with the support of Wesley Music Foundation, launched the Classical Guitar Composition Project in 2010. The winners of the two $1,000 commissions were Bradley Kunda and Michael Sollis. Their compositions will be performed at an upcoming … Continue reading

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Brew Guitar Duo at NGA on 4 November

Brew Guitar Duo (Bradley Kunda and Matthew Withers) present pieces from their album Landscape: Australian guitar duets, including those inspired by the works of Claude Monet and Edgar Degas at the National Gallery of Australia on Sunday, 4 November at … Continue reading

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Brazilian Guitarist Aliéksey Vianna – 13 October

Saturday 13 October, 7:30pm – Canberra Classical Guitar Society presents the outstanding guitar artistry of Brazilian classical guitarist Aliéksey Vianna, a performer described in the New York Times as “such vibrant and incisive playing.”  His program will feature works by … Continue reading

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