Weekend Artsday / Mikelangelo again on stage
MIKELANGELO, Michael Simic, returns to the stage after an extended interval of rural domesticity, showing with the Nationwide Capital Allstars with visitors Anna Simic (Anushka), Phil Moriarty (The Gadflys, Black Sea Gents), Jerikye Williams, Mandy Newman, and the Nick Munnings Band in “The Return of Mikelangelo”. Transit Bar, Civic 8pm, Saturday (November 12).
DANISH-born comic, broadcaster, author and co-founder of the Ladies’s Equality Occasion, Sandi Toksvig, shall be on the town along with her present “Sandi Toksvig Reside!” Llewellyn Corridor on Saturday (November 12).
- IN “The American”, director Richard Tognetti leads the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s by means of among the trailblazers of American classical music over the past 150 years, together with the world premiere of a brand new work for electrical violin by Samuel Adams. Llewellyn Corridor, 8pm, Friday (November 11).
- JOHN Morrison’s Swing Metropolis Massive Band Live performance spectacular will characteristic 15 musicians and singers enjoying massive band hits of the ’40s whereas showcasing the skills of jazz singers, Gregg Arthur and Jackie Cooper. Canberra Theatre, November 12.
- THE Nationwide Capital Orchestra, below the baton of music director Louis Sharpe, will carried out Brahms’ 2nd Symphony and, with flautist Teresa Rabe as visitor, carry out the Canberra premiere of the “Night time and Now” flute concerto by Elena Kats-Chernin. The Q, Queanbeyan, 3pm, Sunday (November 13).
- “BOHEMIAN Rhapsody” is a brand new Queen tribute present from Australian Freddie Mercury impersonator, Thomas Crane. The Q, Queanbeyan, 8pm Saturday (November 12).
- SCOT Robin and his Crickets carry out “Buddy Holly in Live performance” at The Q, Queanbeyan, 8pm Sunday (November 13).
- MUSICA da Digicam will current a program known as “All Baroque” directed by specialist John Ma who has just lately returned from enjoying in Europe. The spotlight of the live performance is the Vivaldi Concerto in D minor for viola d’amore. Holy Covenant Church, Prepare dinner, 2.30pm, Saturday(November 12).
- CANBERRA Males’s Choir will maintain a live performance on the Harmonie German Membership, Narrabundah, 2.30pm, Saturday (November 12).
- INSPIRED by bowerbirds, “Bower” shall be carried out by recorder virtuoso Genevieve Lacey and harpist Marshall McGuire. The Playhouse, Sunday (November 13).
- THE CSO is trialling cheaper tickets within the balcony in order that extra folks can take pleasure in “Chamber Classics: Finest Of Brass” Albert Corridor, 2pm, Sunday, November 13.
Within the galleries
- AUSTRALIAN ceramics will characteristic in open studios at Canberra Potters on Saturday and Sunday (November 12 and 13), 10am-4pm, Watson, ACT
- FORMER Archibald winner and official struggle artist, Wendy Sharpe, has a brand new exhibition, “Work about Magic & Time Passing”, opening at Aarwun Gallery, Nicholls, on Saturday (November 12).
- ARTISTS Susan Warner and Julie Bradley are a part of a brand new group of six native artists exhibiting in “The Artwork of Christmas” on the new Ok Kinkora Non-public Gallery, Queanbeyan, open Saturdays 2pm-4.30pm throughout November and December 3 and 10 .
- M16 Artspace in Griffith has three new exhibitions: “The unsure form of time” by Megalo Print Studio, “Mud” by Murray Kirkland, “Intersecting Nature” by Katharine Campbell and in Chutespace, “Onthego”, site-specific work by Di Broomhall. November 11-27.
- BILK Gallery in Carwoola has two new exhibitions: “Kath Inglis, Entanglements” and “Choice, new works by Bilk Artists”. Opening November 12 till December 17.
- AS a part of the South Canberra Open Day Megalo Print Studio and Canberra Glassworks will open the studios to the general public on Saturday (November 12).
- A multi-sensory group exhibition which showcases an array of native and interstate multidisciplinary artists and Sacred Geometry shall be at The Queanbeyan Hive, Friday, 5-9pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10-3pm, till November 20.
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