Close your eyes and you could have been excused for thinking that you were listening to a professional orchestra. This was another high quality concert from this talented and very enthusiastic group of young musicians.
Edwin Kemp Atrill has assembled a good cast and created a clear and approachable production.
Elder Hall, University of Adelaide, dons its festival hat with The Festival at Lunch, a series of lunchtime concerts running Monday to Friday 5 – 16 March at 1pm daily part of the 2012 Adelaide Festival of Arts.
The appearance of this production, the casting, the performances and the direction are all superb. Treat yourself to a night out.
The Feast Festival presented a concert of chamber music to thank their many supporters. The music was played by the Elder Conservatorium Chamber Orchestra under their director, Lachlan Bramble.
What is more important, your life, or your life's work? Writer, Katurian, faces this question in Martin McDonagh's award winning jet black comedy, currently playing at the Little Theatre under the acute direction of Megan Dansie.
The Soundstream Collective, the new ensemble in residence at the University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium of Music, gave a sensational concert to launch their foundation.
This was another highly enjoyable, and beautifully played, concert by this orchestra of talented and enthusiastic young performers. Look at the web site for information on future concerts and auditions for membership of the various orchestras and ensembles.
Shakespeare's 'Scottish tragedy' is the latest production for the Guild, with Michael Eustice directing Brant Eustice and Amanda Shillabeer. Make sure you go to see this riveting production, but don't take too long organising your tickets because word will spread quickly.
The piece is based around the residents of three adjacent houses and there is no faulting the marvellously high quality musical side of this production.
The Guild's latest production is John Graham's first time as director for them and, if this is anything to go by, hopefully it will be the first of many.
The Animal Welfare League South Australia (AWLSA) is experiencing a significant decline in animals being adopted due to financial pressure on households, but is hoping that research findings from the University of Adelaide will encourage people to enrich their lives and adopt from the AWLSA.
Award-winning novelist and University of Adelaide staff member Eva Hornung has won the richest literary prize in the country for her sixth novel Dog Boy, described by judges as "a remarkable work of international standing".
Emerging jazz guitarist Quentin Angus has been presented with the 2009 Keith Michell Performing Arts Award.
Have you ever wanted to know where your ancient ancestors came from– dating back 60,000 years? Now Adelaide residents, who make up one of the most diverse populations in Australiahave the opportunity to find out their deep migratory history when the University of Adelaide hosts ‘The Genographic Project: Tracing Your Family Roots,’ a special free […]
Come along to Lunchtimes at Elderhall Fridays at 1.10-2.00pm at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, located at the University of Adelaide. Enjoy an assortment of different performances from string quartets to orchestras. General Admission is $7. Doors open from 12.30pm. To reserve group seats for 10 or more people, or for further information contact the […]
Thanks to $19.25 million in federal funding from the Australian Research Council (ARC), with an additional $12 million of support from partner institutions, Australia's crop and food industries will benefit from a new $31 million biotechnology Centre of Excellence to be headquartered at the University of Adelaide's Waite Campus. The University has been awarded
The Adelaide University Union and The University of Adelaide have partnered to install the first reverse vending machine on a campus in South Australia and the first in Adelaide’s CBD. The Envirobank machine will form part of the University’s approach to manage its recyclable waste.
This was a truly wonderful concert that will not be forgotten for a very long time by those fortunate enough to have been there.
The award winning orchestra is led by Eastman School of Music graduate, Robert Hower, who conducted two of the works, with guest, Timothy Reynish, from the UK, conducting the other four.