Kaleidoscope is an Arts Magazine program designed to bring the music, drama and literature in the Adelaide community, and from wider afield, to our listeners. It is produced and presented by Emily Sutherland and can be heard each Wednesday at 6.00pm with a repeat on Saturday 11.00am. or Listen on Demand to Kaleidoscope by accessing 5mbs.com
Music Viva is bringing the mandolin player Avi Avital to Adelaide.
Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society, Adelaide, is bringing Leigh Capel to present
Art and the Third Reich
Chamber Music Adelaide and a number of Adelaide City Councils are hosting interactive workshops during the first week of October, run by singer and composer Liz McCall
Avi Avital, the Paganini of the mandolin, will be in Adelaide on the 6 October 7.30pm, Adelaide Town Hall, ready to wow the audience with his virtuosity and charisma. Avi has a number of recordings with Deutsche Grammaphon as well as having established an international career since he began playing in a small mandolin orchestra in his home town in Israel. He’s fun to interview as well, excusing my ignorance about mandolins with patience and good humour.
If Hitler had been a modern artist rather than an expert draftsman of traditional paintings we might have been spared the horrors of WWII. Leigh Capel is an expert on the whole story of art during that period of German History, and he tells the story well. You can hear him at length, with lots of images displayed on 12 October. There are two sessions. 1030am at St Andrews Church, 43 Church Terrace, Walkerville and 7.30pm Burnside Uniting Church, 384 Portrush Road, Tussmore.
Liz McCall brings music to a library near you, engaging young ones and their parents. grandparents or minders in a fun interactive music workshop. Liz has a great deal of experience in this wok, both in London and Australia. It’s part of the Chamber Music Adelaide’s aim to bring music and musicians together. For this project they are working with local Councils.
Music Discovery Workshops are at the following libraries:
Prospect Library 6 October 10.30am Woodcroft Library 6 October 2.30pm Enfield Library 7 October 10.30am The Parks Library 7 October 2.00pm Seaford Library 10 October 10.30am