Fun and sun at the 2021 Tully and District Show
Brilliant blue skies and bright sunshine shone down on the 2021 T
ACCLAIMED cellist, Anthony Albrecht, returns to the Con Theatre in Innisfail, on Friday, July 30, at 7.00pm, for an unmissable recital.
Albrecht is a graduate of The Juilliard School in New York City, and has appeared solo and with prestigious ensembles throughout the world.
Committed to musical outreach, Albrecht has undertaken a self-managed solo tour of over 80 concerts in regional Australia called ‘Bach to the Bush.’
He will be performing the works of J.S. Bach, Dall’Abaco, and Australian composers.
Albrecht is the Founder and Director of the Lapwing Music Festival in the United Kingdom and Co-Director, with violinist, Simone Slattery, of the Bowerbird Collective, devoted to forging stronger connections to the natural world.
Their production of ‘Where Song Began’, a multimedia performance piece telling the story of the evolution of song, which was performed in Innisfail last year, received a 2020 Ruby Award from Arts South Australia.
Tickets are $25 (Adults), $20 (Concession) and $5 (Under 18 years) and can be purchased online via www.anthonyalbrecht.com and at the door.
Albrecht is also performing in Cairns, at St Monica’s Cathedral, on July 31, and at Yungaburra Community Hall on August 1.
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Brilliant blue skies and bright sunshine shone down on the 2021 Tully and District Show, held last Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24, 2021.
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