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Klezmer + BalFolk Dance Party
Plumb, Meyers, McNamara & Pribac
Sat 26th September 2020
7:15 for 7:30-11:30pm
St James Hall, 462 Elizabeth St, New Town
(opposite Blue Gum, off Rupert Ave, enter behind church)
Dancers and listeners alike are in for a treat as mandolin virtuoso Luke Plumb (from Shooglenifty), Klezmer and experimental fiddler and accordionist Rachel Meyers and Dave McNamara and special guest Fred Pribac on double bass, take to the stage once more to celebrate the inspiring, emotional and exciting music of the Klezmer and Balfolk traditions.
Klezmer and pan-European music from a powerhouse quartet:
World renowned mandolin virtuoso Luke Plumb (Shooglenifty) has established a reputation as a driving force in acoustic music on the global stage.
With their energetic and joyfully unrestrained music, Rachel Meyers and Dave McNamara have delighted audiences from some of Europe’s liveliest bars and music festivals to the wettest, coldest and darkest street corners.
Special guest: Slovenian musician Fred Pribac on bass.
Caller David Wanless will lead dancers through dances from these two vibrant worlds of European dancing.
Lively, fun Klezmer, French and other European dances
$19 / $17 (conc)/ $16 (mem) / $10 (f/t student) by credit card, preferably beforehand at events.humanitix.com/klezbal
Dress fancy – it’s a party! Will your outfit be:
4. Outrageous, or
Of course it’s not essential to dress up, but it adds to the fun, so be creative.
All dances taught. No dancing experience or partner required but you’re welcome to bring either.
All ages welcome.
BYO water bottle, cup and supper.
– Select how many tickets you wish to register for friends and family
– Fill in name, email and phone number for each attendee. (Please note that for children, email and phone address can be same as the parent)
– Once you are registered you will receive and email confirming the details of the day
– If you have trouble registering online, please call 6217 9607 and we will register on your behalf
First Signs of life Concert Series
Sunday Oct 11 2pm Andrew Legg and Maria Lurighi in concert: This internationally acclaimed duo will create arresting soundscapes, incorporating African American gospel, jazz & soul with a contemporary Australian twist.
St David’s Cathedral
23 Murray Street, Hobart, TAS 7000
Ave Maria – Allegri Ensemble Chamber Choir
Allegri Ensemble Chamber Choir
Directed by Jonathan Wallis
Music of hope, beauty and calm that transcends the ages
3:00-3:30pm Sunday 25 October 2020
St Mary’s Cathedral, 164 Harrington Street, Hobart
Entry by donation ($10 suggested)
Booking essential: Tickets only from www.trybooking.com/BLMFF
Please join us for this 30 minute concert of exquisite a capella vocal music by Josquin des Prez (c1450-1521)
and Tomás Luis de Victoria (c1548—1611).
Sancta Maria (Victoria)
Ave maris stella (Victoria)
Gaude Virgo, Mater Christi (Josquin)
Inviolata, integra, et casta es Maria (Josquin)
O magnum mysterium (Victoria)
Ave Maria (Josquin)