Hatching a batch of ‘deliciously naughty’ tunes

Sparrow Folks… Courtyard Studio, March 2-3.

Arts editor HELEN MUSA previews who’s what the place in her newest “Arts within the Metropolis” column. 

LOCAL comedy duo Sparrow Folks – Catherine Crowley and Juliet Moody – are hatching a batch of “deliciously naughty” tunes for his or her new present, “Good Pair” on the Courtyard Studio, March 2-3. The pair will then seem in “Sparrow-Folks SuBIRDia” on the Novotel Lodge, 7pm, March 20-21, as a part of Canberra Comedy Competition.

“THE Threshold” is a script by Canberra music legend Judith Clingan primarily based on her interviews with Canberra ladies on ageing and the tip of life. The efficiency might be rounded out with 14 brief items of music for choir, strings, wind, piano, bells and singing bowls, all backed with visible pictures. On the Australian Centre for Christianity & Tradition, Barton, 4pm and 8pm, March 4 and 11am, March 5. 

Mark and Joanne Caligiuri as June Carter and Johnny Money… The Q, March 3.

THINGS are going musically wild within the first week of March in Queanbeyan, with Creedence Clearwater Collective on March 2 at The B, “Get Rhythm – The Johnny Money and June Carter Present” at The Q on March 3, Arj Barker Energy Hour at The B on March 3, Mark Vincent performs songs from The Three Tenors at The B on March 4 and “Good Morning Vietnam: Quantity 2” at The B on March 4.

“HAUNTING”, on the Nationwide Museum, is a photographic and video exhibition by Vic McEwan that animates museum objects with fog, mist, smoke and water. Gallery mezzanine till April 30.

A NEW work from composer and former Musica Viva Australia inventive director Carl Vine might be carried out by classical guitarist Karin Schaupp and the Flinders Quartet, at Llewellyn Corridor, 7pm, March 9. 

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ART Tune Canberra’s first live performance for 2023, “Love and Battle”, might be given by the Tasman Soloists – tenor Kent McIntosh, Robert Johnson on horn, Sharolyn Kimmorley on piano, with Rob Wilton as speaker. Wesley Music Centre, Forrest, 3pm, February 26.

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Ian Meikle, editor