"The last thing that Canberra needs is a free-for-all of these eyesores," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE
"Was the concert just as confusing as the current Brexit situation? Not at all. The concert was just wonderful," writes IAN McLEAN
Concert 10, Canberra International Music Festival, Sounds on Site: Nishi Sequenza, May 3, New Acton, Reviewed by Judith Crispin
“The Glass Soldier,” Concert 13, Canberra International Music Festival, conducted by Christopher Latham, at the Fitters Workshop May 14. Reviewed by Helen Musa
Music / CIMF Concert 12: “Half the Sky: The Sound of the Sexual Revolution”, Ensemble Offspring. At the National Portrait Gallery, Wednesday, May 3. Reviewed by JUDITH CRISPIN.
Music / CIMF Concert 2: Dapper’s Delight. At the Fitters Workshop, April 28. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY
Canberra International Music Festival – Concert 21 - “The Chocolate Factory” At the Fitters’ Workshop – Sunday 8 May 2016, 11.00am Reviewed by Ian McLean
Canberra International Music Festival ‘Wagner and The Grail’ At Llewellyn Hall, May 18 Reviewed by Len Power
This world premiere performance saw a cross-generational mix of audience members kept on the edge of seats for 90 minutes, writes reviewer HELEN MUSA.
music Canberra International Music Festival – Festival Closure, Fitters’ Workshop – Sunday, May 10. Reviewed by Ian McLean
20th Anniversary Gala, Concert 4, Canberra International Music Festival Albert Hall, May 10 Reviewed by Judith Crispin
Music / CIMF Concert 18: I Bassifondi. At the Fitters Workshop, May 5. Reviewed by LEN POWER
Canberra International Music Festival “Sounding the Arboretum” At the National Arboretum, May 13. Reviewed by Judith Crispin
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THE Canberra International Music Festival will soon be in full swing, but before that, in keeping with the chosen focus on music related to...
Music / CIMF Concert 21: “The Art of Speech: Australian Rhetoric in Music”. At the National Gallery, Sunday, May 7. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY
“Quartet for the End of Time: Music of Transcendence” Concert No 22, International Music Festival Fitters' Workshop, May 17. Reviewed by Judith Crispin
HELEN MUSA previews the Canberra International Music Festival
Canberra International Music Festival Concert 8, Sounds on Site: “Bells and Smells” May 2. Reviewed by Judith Crispin
Roland Peelman, was drawing a long bow when he linked African music to Johann Sebastian Bach on the strength of a comment by Albert Schweitzer, but he got away with it, says reviewer HELEN MUSA.