Kaleidoscope on 5mbs
Kaleidoscope is an arts magazine program presented by Emily Sutherland.
It is broadcast Wednesdays 6 pm and repeated Saturday mornings, 11 am.
It is also available via our podcast channel.
Below, you’ll find the show notes Emily has provided for each program.
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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
Birdsong harmonises with Baroque and dances to the music of Dolly Parton in this week’s program.
Simone Slattery and Anthony Albrecht are presenting two concerts next week end, 8 and 9 October Elder Hall 7.30pm. Their focus is on birds, their song and the way this can be reflected in music.
Stunning visuals included.
Simone plays the baroque violin and recorder, Anthony plays the cello, and together they trace the fascinating story of bird song and migration.
8 October Life at Lands End and
9 October Where Song Began. Part of SA Nature Festival.
More information and tickets at bowerbirdcollective.org /
Musick For Severall Friends
Consort music and Songs from the Restoration to Georgian England, Fairest Isle, played by a group of fine musicians, together with singer Gillian Dooley. Lutenist Peter Mertin talks about some of the composers of that period, including Henry Purcell and his brother Daniel.
At St Davids Anglican Church, 492 Glynburn Road, Burnside, Saturday 15 October 2022, 2.30pm.
Adelaide Baroque, as part of the Exploration Series are presenting French Baroque in a program of vocal and Instrumental works. Anne Whelan plays the harpsichord and Emma Horwood is the singer in a program of French Baroque, described as ‘works of delicacy and grace’.
At North Adelaide Baptist Church, 154 Tynte Street, North Adelaide. Sunday, 16 October 3.00pm
Producer Suzanne Jones explains why we should all go to see this musical, which is feel good and thought provoking all at the same time. A great cast brings the story and music to life.
Festival Theatre 8 October to 5 November. Check times and dates and tickets at www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au .
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