2011 gig archive

New England Regional Art Museum’s cafe (Kentucky Street Armidale 02 6771 2907) October 14 2011, starting at 5. Guitar duo stuff from Bach to Beatles and celtic and gypsy swing for guitar and accordion.

• Feeling happy? Cheerful? Enthusiastic? We can fix that. Wallow in your sorrow and join us for an evening of melancholic English words and music on the Winter Solstice, June 22nd, 2011 at 8pm in the Old Teachers’ College, room G31. FeaturesEleanor Streatfeild (cello) and Stephens Harris, Tafra and Thorneycroft (words, guitars) with music by Britten, Dowland and Holborne and words by MacNeice, Hardy and Dickinson.

• UnevenSteven, Coffs Harbour 14th May 2011. A concert of solos, duos and trios by Stephen O’Hern and EphenStephen. Details TBA.

Springwood Civic Centre, 8pm 7th May 2011. Goldberg Variations then after the interval there will be musicby Queen, Copland, Khachaturian, Ryan and the Beatles.

• Macquarie University Sydney 5pm 6th May 2011. Macquarie University Art Gallery North Ryde, Sydney 2109. Entry by donation ($12 and $8 concession). Music by Queen, Copland, Khachaturian, Ryan, Glass Bach and the Beatles.

• Bach’s Goldberg Variations,Wednesday 13th April at 7pm, Old Teachers’ College.

• Subliminimal. Music by Steve Reich, Philip Glass, Marc Mellits and Gary Ryan this Saturday 26th March, Old Teachers’ College, room G31, 8:30 -9:30 p.m. Entry is free. Be prepared for meditation, aural screensavers, rock references and sci-fi quotes.

• Sunday January 30th 2:30 pm – Benjamin Thorn’s 50th. Old Teachers’ College Armidale

• Saturday February 5th 8:30pm – Bez Imena and Kez Watson and friends (Celtic, Balkan, Klezma, MIddle Eastern). Armidale Club.

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