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Dec 06 - Feb 09
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery is proud to present the first major retrospective of Glen O'Malley
This major exhibition of twenty-first century paintings by Ken Done brings together a selection of mostly-unseen works from one of Australia's best known artists
Nov 15 - Feb 09
Jan 30 - Feb 10
Jan 18 - Feb 12
Performances & Gigs
With their reputation for a fresh, modern take on ancient traditions, this award-winning music duo perform this exquisite suite of childrens’ songs and lullabies in Noongar.
Festivals & Programs
If music is the lifeblood of New Orleans, the Treme neighbourhood is the very heartbeat.
Purveyors of urgent and passionate guitar pop, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are an indie-rock force to be reckoned with.
The Gesualdo Six have earned an international reputation for their broad-ranging repertoire, moving with ease from Renaissance to contemporary music.
The heavenly harmonies of one of the UK’s finest choral ensembles will ring out when The Gesualdo Six perform their famed interpretations of English motets and part songs.
With a repertoire spanning centuries, continents and genres, Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are justifiably regarded as Australia’s finest classical guitarists.
Birds have fascinated poets for centuries, not just for their song and flight but as symbols of hope, freedom, love, communication, peace, luck and migration.
Feb 13 - 15
Feb 06 - 15
Set out on the road trip of a lifetime with a runaway teenager, two hippies, a wily Uncle and a German priest.
Nov 14 - Feb 15
The inaugural Australian show of Spanish rising star Keke Vilabelda.
Capturing the angry tension of being alive, Kate Tempest is the unflinching spoken word artist of our times.
This concert continues the Festival’s celebration of 250 years since the birth of the great iconoclast Beethoven.
A household name in his home region and often hailed as ‘the King of Music’, this blind refugee musician is taking the Australian music world by storm.
Revered American pianist Garrick Ohlsson is a master of the intimate art of the solo recital.
Feb 15 - 16
Nestled amongst the trees of the Tropical Grove, experience a serene escape as you're serenaded by every slow movement of every Beethoven Piano Sonata.
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