From Her We Hear
Mar
8
1:30 AM01:30

From Her We Hear


A concert in celebration of International Women’s Day featuring Australian female artists performing the works of non-binary and female Australian composers - From Her We Hear. 


The group includes five musicians and a visual artist who will bring the little cinema at the back of Long Play to life. All trained in classical technique these performers have extensive experience with orchestras and ensembles in Australia and abroad and are equally comfortable in genre bending music. Pieces range from improvisation explorations and music that illustrates the meditative qualities of sound, to more traditional songs with voice and piano.  

We will explore and present this often forgotten music from Australia past and present. Come join us for an intimate night of sound, light, and celebration. Spaces limited bookings essential www.trybooking.com/BATTT


Long Play is at

318 St George's Road , North Fitzroy, Victoria 3168


Friday 8th March

Two shows, 6:30 & 8pm. Seating limited, bookings essential. 

Tickets $25/20.



From Her We Hear



Kay Cai - Piano

Playing a piano solo piece by local Melbourne composer Nat Bartsch www.natbartsch.com

www.kaycai.com


Teresa Duddy - Soprano

Singing songs by Peggy Glanville Hicks and Margaret Sutherland.

www.teresaduddy.com


Brigid Burke - Clarinet 

Performing a piece for clarinet and electronics by Melbourne performer and composer Nat Grant www.natgrantmusic.com

www.brigid.com.au


Isabel Hede - Violin

Performing her own composition, a piece for violin and electronics, and a piece written by Sydney composer Megan Clune.  

www.meganaliceclune.com

www.isabelhede.com


Gemma Horbury - Visuals

Tying it all together with visual mastery on the big screen.

www.gemmahorbury.com


Alexandra Mathew - Mezzo Soprano

Singing songs by Margaret Sutherland.

www.alexandramathew.com

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Oct
7
1:30 PM13:30

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Curated by Teresa Duddy Chong and Low Key Events, we are delighted to bring to you a rare event for the senses - featuring stars of the opera, celebrities from the kitchen and filmmakers from the screen.

 Music for the ears:  Operatic favourites performed by Teresa Duddy Chong - Soprano
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Your ticket to this event will help make this documentary project possible.

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