Another great day in the arts with the arts publisher HELEN MUSA “Artsday” section …
LLEWELLYN Choir, joined by the Llewellyn Sinfonia, soloists Sonia Anfiloff, Emma McMaster, Tom Azoury and Toby Silcock, and the Gabriel Singers of Canberra Girls Grammar and jazz musicians from Canberra give a powerful concert at St Andrews Church, Forrest , 7pm, Saturday, December 11, he will present two classic works by Leonard Bernstein, “Chichester Psalms” and his “Messe”, originally commissioned by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis for the opening of the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts . Book on trybooking.com
The projection of the Christmas film of the documentary series STRONGER than Fiction 2021, in partnership with the Austrian Embassy, will be the film “Eva-Maria”, about a secretary in her thirties who has been using a wheelchair for his childhood and wishes to become a parent. , begins the process of in vitro fertilization. Dendy Cinemas, 4:30 p.m., Sunday December 12, book here
MUSICA da Camera presents “Musica da Camera and Friends”, performed by Lizzy Collier with soloist Jodie Petrov on flute, at Holy Covenant Church, 89 Dexter Street, Cook, 2:30 p.m., Saturday December 11, book musicadacamera.org.au
GILLIAN Wilde’s watercolors and inks with collage, depicting portraits of birds from Eurobodalla, are now on display at Galerie Bodalla. This time, Wilde is joined by her partner John, who creates handcrafted jars inspired by underwater themes. “Wilde + Wilde” can also be viewed on gallerybodalla.com.au
WESLEY Music Scholars will present the “Sound Unseen” concert at the Wesley Music Center, Forrest at 3 pm on Sunday December 12th. Book here.
An audiovisual presentation of “Perpetua”, an oratorio by Canberra composer Michael Dooley will mark the release of a new CD of the work, with an introduction by the composer and a presentation by Pastor Raymond Wadely on the plight of the persecuted church in our present time. Canberra House of Prayer, 28 Guilfoyle Street, Yarralumla, 6:30 p.m., Friday December 10 and at Holy Cross Church, Hackett, 7 p.m., Saturday December 11.
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