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Saturday
Nov012014

DRESS CIRCLE - SUNDAY 2 NOVEMBER - 5.00PM TO 6.30PM

Peter CombeIn DRESS CIRCLE this week CAT’s founder, Coralie Wood, will share some exciting news about The CAT Awards.

Director, Garrick Smith will preview Supa’s forthcoming production of “La Cage Aux Folles”. Canberra Theatre Director, Bruce Carmichael, will talk about an exciting new initiative by the Canberra Theatre Centre and Bell Shakespeare, and Art Song Canberra President, Oliver Raymond, will unveil its Season of Song for 2015.

Isobel Griffin will present Arts Diary, and Blue the Shearer will explain why he’s “gobsmackable”.

In the “Red Velvet and Wild Boronia” segment, Aria Award winning song-writer, Peter Combe (pictured), will perform excerpts from his show “Songs from a Telephone Booth” recorded by Artsound at The School of Arts Café.

90 minutes of interviews reviews, music and news about the performing arts in Canberra and beyond, “Dress Circle” is produced and presented by Bill Stephens and broadcast by Artsound FM 92.7 every Sunday evening from 5.00pm until 6.30pm.

It is repeated on Tuesday nights from 11.30pm and streamed live on the internet at Artsound.fm.

Friday
Oct312014

FROM WWOZ-FM NEW ORLEANS, this is New Orleans Calling - 4PM SAT 1 Nov 2014

City of the Dead!

New Orleans is known for jazz, Mardi Gras, food, parties, architecture, festivals... and also for its above-ground cemeteries. When you wander into one, it’s a world unto itself. These places are the focus of so many myths and stories, and questions. We’re taking a walk into one of those cemeteries, with an expert to guide us, and a soundtrack of jazz, blues, and more just in time for All Saints Day, on New Orleans Calling.  Host: George Ingmire

Friday
Oct312014

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! 8PM 31 October 2014

THE TIM HOPKINS QUARTET RECORDED IN CONCERT AT TILLEYS (historical recording 1993)

Tonight we present New Zealand born saxophonist Tim Hopkins on the occasion of his release of his debut CD "Thank Heavens" in 1993. Tim was joined by Dave Macrae (keys), Lloyd Swanton (bass) and Martin Hyland (drums) as part of the Tilleys jazz series.

Produced and presented by Chris Deacon OAM.

FNL is sponsored by B2B, Canberra's leading business and government magazine.

Tuesday
Oct282014

Job vacancy - Business Development and Finance Manager

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Saturday
Oct252014

DRESS CIRCLE - SUNDAY OCTOBER 26 - 5.00PM TO 6.30PM

Alex Stuart This week in “DRESS CIRCLE”, former Canberra guitarist, now resident in Paris, Alex Stuart (pictured), discusses his forthcoming concert at The Street Theatre.

Queanbeyan Players’ Director, Janetta McRae talks about her production of “The Sound of Music” which opens in the Q, Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre on Saturday, and Musical Director and composer, Max Lambert, gives insights into his musical, “Miracle City”, currently running at The Hayes Theatre.

In the “Red Velvet and Wild Boronia” segment, Sydney Cabaret Convention winner, Lena Cruz performs excerpts from her cabaret “I’m a Stranger Here Myself” which contains possibly the longest the longest finale medley ever written.

Len Power reviews QL2 Dance’s “For the Win”, Blue the Shearer ruminates on “Role Models” and Isobel Griffin presents “Arts Diary”.

90 minutes of interviews, reviews, music and news about the performing arts in Canberra and beyond, “Dress Circle” is produced and presented by Bill Stephens and broadcast by Artsound FM 92.7 every Sunday evening from 5.00pm until 6.30pm, repeated on Tuesday nights from 11.30pm and streamed live on the internet at Artsound.fm.