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LLEWELLYN Choir and Llewellyn Sinfonia are performing an all-Beethoven concert conducted by Rowan Harvey-Martin, with soloists Anthony Smith, Greta Claringbould, Ellen Malone, Paul McMahon and Christopher Richardson. They’ll be performing comprising the master’s “Mass in C”, “Egmont” overture and “Choral Fantasy”. At Llewellyn Hall 7.30pm, Saturday, July 6. Bookings to ticketek.com.au

CARL Rafferty presents “Colour Dances”, two champagne recitals at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery, 5.30pm, Saturday and Sunday July 6 and 7. Bookings to operabycandlelight.net

A Roald Dahl beast

ROALD Dahl’s “Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts” by Shake & Stir production rethinks the stories of The Three Little Pigs, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, Goldilocks and Jack and the Beanstalk. Suitable for ages 5-105. The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre, July 3-6. Bookings to canberratheatrecentre.com.au or 6275 2700.

AT The Street as its last “First Seen” presentation this year, will be Hannah Cormick’s work, “Zebracorn”, Street 3, 3pm, Sunday, July 7. Tickets at thestreet.org.au or 6247 1223.

Trumpeter Anthony Aarons

“WINTER Joy” is a concert featuring music for two trumpets, organ and soprano, performed by Brendon Lukin on organ, soprano Catherine Lukin, with Andrew del Riccio and Anthony Aarons on trumpet. At Wesley Uniting Church, 2.30pm, Sunday, July 7. Bookings to trybooking.com or tickets at the door.

“SHADOW Work in Psychotherapy, and the Art of Dying” by psychologist David Russell, will be the Canberra Jung Society’s next address, with a workshop the following day. Lecture at MacKillop Centre, 50 Archibald Street, Lyneham, 8pm-10pm, Friday, July 5. Bookings to trybooking.com or tickets at the door.

THE Canberra Men’s Choir will be in concert singing an eclectic mix of styles, including popular, musical theatre, jazz and classical, arranged for the male voice in four-part harmony. The concert runs from at the Harmonie German Club, 49 Jerrabomberra Avenue, Narrabundah, 1pm-1.40pm, Sunday, July 7. Tickets at the door.

Brindabella Chorus

THE Brindabella Chorus will be at The Street with the Canberra Wind Symphony to perform “Stars and Stripes”, US music such as “The Beautiful Stars & Stripes Forever”, “The Blue and The Gray” (a Civil War suite) – and “Grundman Hoe Down”. The Street Theatre, Sunday, 3pm, July 7. Bookings to thestreet.org.au or 6247 1223.

THE Australian women directors season curated by David Stratton continues apace at the NFSA, with “Waiting”, July 5 at 10.30am, “The Babadook”, July 5 at 6pm, “Bedevil”, July 6 at noon, “Blessed” on July 6 at 2pm, and “Beautiful Kate” at 2pm on July 7. Bookings to nfsa.gov.au

 

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