Thursday 13 December, 7pm The Albert Hall, Yarralumla
AHE ends the year with regular collaborator
Dr Erin Helyard, director of Pinchgut Opera, performing a wonderful orchestral
program inspired by the Enlightenment.
The program features Helyard as soloist in
Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major, an early work that pays homage to
his influence by quoting J.C. Bach’s overture to La Calamita de Cuori
and also his Rondo for piano and orchestra K. 386, written around the same
The finale is Haydn’s dramatic Farewell
Symphony, a work in which he displays his classic ability to marry great humour
with great beauty, perhaps rather fittingly, getting his point across to Prince
Esterhazy that it was time to go home for the holidays!
J.C. Bach: Symphony Op. 6 No. 6 in G minor Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major Mozart: Rondo for Piano and Orchestra K. 386 in A major Haydn: Symphony No. 45 The Farewell in F sharp minor
Milton, Mollymook and Ulladulla, NSW South Coast, June 2019
StoryFest is a celebration of storytelling in all its forms – whether it be through prose, poetry or song. Submissions for StoryFest 2019 are now open.
If you have an idea for a workshop, panel or event that incorporates the theme of storytelling StoryFest would love to hear from you. They’re interested in storytellers across all media – fiction, non-fiction, film, music, documentary – give them your most innovative, interesting ideas.
StoryFest is a
celebration of storytelling in all its forms – whether it be through prose,
poetry or song. You can join in for a weekend of events, workshops and dinners
in some of the finest venues Milton, Mollymook and Ulladulla have to
This is the third spy novel of former ASIS agent Warren Reed and the first published by For Pity Sake Publishing.
Jim Fallows, author, journalist and national correspondent for The Atlantic, says of it: ‘This latest novel pulls off the trick of being brisk-paced and absorbing, while also conveying larger truths about the new power game in Asia.’
Winner of the 2018 Ned Kelly Award for best crime fiction Pantera Press 2017
Congratulations to Sulari Gentill for
the much-deserved win of the 2018 Ned Kelly award. Crossing the Lines develops a wickedly clever conceit that succeeds
in playing with our minds as readers as much as we are led to believe it does
with its fictitious characters.
I’ve only just read this, the 8th
of Sulari Gentill’s wonderful Rowland Sinclair series – an oversight as I
usually devour each one as it comes off the press. I happily admit to being
besotted by Rowland and his entourage and a rusted on fan of the writing of
Sunday 11 November 2018 at 5pm The Chapel, Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture Cnr Kings Ave and Blackall St Barton ACT
The People’s Passion is an inspirational story for peace, performed on the centenary of the WW1 Armistice.
Written by Glenda Cloughley with musical direction by Johanna McBride, The People’s Passion includes a cast of 50, soloist Louise Page OAM and a children’s chorus.
In 2015, the Chorus told the forgotten story of 1300 women who gathered for the only international peace congress of WWI and set a 100-year agenda for advances in human rights. In this performance they sing the story on into people’s movements today.
Proceeds will be shared between the
ACT Down Syndrome Association and Capital Giving
Enjoy two hours as the sun goes down in
the beautiful surrounds of the gardens at Terroux near Hall with music by
emerging Canberra vocalists Sabine Koerbin (with Paul Koerbin) and Ruth O’Brien
(with Viktor Rufus).
person with complimentary refreshments
required – buy your tickets at https://www.trybooking.com/ZDTL