Events: Faculty of Arts

Mamma Mia!

On a small Greek island, Sophie dreams of a perfect wedding — one which includes her father walking her down the aisle. But Sophie doesn’t know who he is!

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Orchestral Open Day

Meet staff and students from the Elder Conservatorium, ask questions and learn about the Classical Performance courses and events we offer.

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CABARET: Music Theatre's First Graduation Production

The graduating musical theatre students of the Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide present the Kander & Ebb classic.

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Jazz Picnic at the Conservatorium

Come bring your picnics to the Conservatorium Madley square lawns and enjoy performances by the large ensembles of the Jazz course, including The Adelaide Connection (jazz choirs), Latin Band and the Big Band.

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Torben Brookman in Conversation with George Torbay

Join us at St Paul's Creative Centre for an exciting conversation between Torben Brookman and George Torbay revolving around music theatre.

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Free Mozart Screening: Cosi Fan Tutte

The second screening in the Alliance Francaise Free Screenings: Operas de Mozart series is Cosi Fan Tutte. In this new production, filmmaker and stage director Christophe Honoré explores the power relationships between the characters who are ruled by desire. Introduction by Luke Dollman, Deputy Director of the Elder Conservatorium of Music, who will put the opera in an historical context, talk about the performers and the points of interest in this particular production as well as the Aix en Provence Festival and its place in the music world. Refreshments provided.

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Free Mozart Opera Screening: Don Giovanni

The first screening in the Alliance Francaise Free Screenings: Operas de Mozart series is the comic melodrama, Don Giovanni. In this new production, the energy of the young cast melds into Jean-François Sivadier’s theatrical mise en scene under the artistic direction of Jérémie Rhorer, in what is a veritable show of seduction, desire and demise. Introduction by Luke Dollman, Deputy Director of the Elder Conservatorium of Music, who will put the opera in an historical context, talk about the performers and the points of interest in this particular production as well as the Aix en Provence Festival and its place in the music world. Refreshments provided.

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