Karin Schaupp divided her concert in half, the first being Australian music, the second more closely relating to the title of the concert. Both halves finished with works featuring the Adelaide Chamber Singers and her special guest for the opening piece in the second half was the renowned Flamenco guitarist, Oscar Guzmán.
Wolfgang Muthspiel and Dhafer Youssef opened the concert,the combination of oud and guitar working amazingly well, and The Richard Bona Group then took to the stage for the second half, with his own, inimitable style of bass playing and singing.
Guitarist/composer, Anthony Garcia, presented a concert of his own works, including several world premieres. Songs from the Divine Wilderness, for guitar and violin, from which the concert took its title, was written especially for himself and Niki Vasilakis to play as a part of this concert.
When Shawn Mullins walked onto the stage at the Dunstan Playhouse the audience broke into spontaneous applause and after his first number Summer Time they were enraptured.
Its Bigger and Better than ever before
Program Highlights + Poster Media Launch, Tuesday 30 November at The Auditorium at The Science Exchange, Exchange Place, Adelaide
Fans of The Hangover, will be disappointed with director Todd Phillips latest offering.
The Wishing Tree Appeal is Australia’s largest Christmas gift appeal. Thanks to the incredible generosity of Australians, the Appeal has collected more than 4.9 million gifts for people in need over the past 22 years.
There was no shortage of applause for everything that both groups did during the evening. This was a performance that thrilled and amazed.
It was not surprising that this concert, like so many others, was sold out well before the Festival started.
Penny's Hill and Mr Riggs Cellar were the proud recipients of a Silver Medal at last week's 2010 South Australian Tourism Awards Gala Dinner, under the 'Tourism Wineries, Distilleries and Boutique Breweries' category.
The South Australian food industry’s newest association, Food South Australia, is quickly taking shape to connect and service our State’s food producers. After the recent board announcement and first meeting, new Chair, Anthony Paech says the board is pleased to announce the appointment of Catherine Barnett as CEO of Food SA.
A colourful depiction of exotic birds nesting in a tree has earned Adelaide artist Eliza Piro top honours in CIBO Galleria’s seasonal exhibition Nero.
TAFE SA second year fashion design students will be selling their largest range of high summer clothes at the Gilles Street Market on Sunday 5 and 12 December.
Launching in Adelaide this December is the self-titled brand of gorgeous leather accessories from Sydney-side designer Naomi Levi. Adelaide boutiques Tu Yu have supported the launch stocking a selection of the leather and eel skin bags.
Sensational Multi Award winning Festival favourite, Irish fiddler and storyteller, Aindrias de Staic will perform at Celtica 2010.
Leading South Australian theatre company Brink Productions unveiled its 2011 program today to an intimate audience at Jolley’s Boathouse, Adelaide.
The Loxton Lights Festival is one of South Australia’s much loved Christmas events, featuring Light Up Day, the flagship event of the festival. This year the festival runs from Saturday 27th November - 31st December.
Australia’s Capital Cities will once again come alive with the glamour and thrills of Paspaley Polo in the City. Held in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth, Adelaide Polo fans can enjoy one of the heights of the social calendar.
The Adelaide and International Guitar Festival starts this Thursday 25th November 2010. Be transported and experience the intense beauty of music created by global masters in the art of guitar. This four day celebration of the world’s most popular instrument curated by internationally renowned Australian guitarist Slava Grigoryan will be a true showcase of the […]