Category: Music

CABARET FESTIVAL – MIKELANGELO – EASTERN BLOC ROCK – 5K

MIKELANGELO AS THE BALKAN ELVIS – ADELAIDE CABARET FESTIVAL Exhibiting his usual extraordinary charisma this consummate storyteller seduces his audience and leads them through the story of a young Yugoslav who realises that he is destined to carry on where Elvis left off. We travel across streams, through gypsy camps, nightclubs and war as the …

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CABARET FESTIVAL . Ali Mcgregor: YMA SUMAC 4.5k

If like me, you are a fan of Yma Sumac you will not be disappointed. If this music is a recent discovery or totally new to you then you are in for a treat.

FRINGE 2018 – EMMA PASK – 3.5K

by Riccardo Barone The elegant Fortuna Spiegeltent is quite full of enthusiastic fans and friends that don’t dislike a little bit of Emma Pask’s talk between a song and another one, overall about her husband from Uruguay. Songs are standards evergreen, from Quizás quizás quizás to Beatles passing through Mas que nada, interpreted by the …

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CAFE CANTANTE – ADELAIDE FRINGE 2018 – 5K

Greeted warmly at the door by one of the dancers and ushered to our seats we were soon transported from the Spiegelzelt at Gluttony to a Café Cantante of 19th century Spain. The music started slowly and gently with stunning singing and beautifully fluid solo flamenco guitar work. The three dancers, who were initially seated, …

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FRINGE MUSIC – Louise & Sally on Tin Pan Alley – Queen’s Theatre – Kryztoff 5K

Transcendent, spine-tingling vocals. Exultant classical and improv piano virtuosity. A rhapsody painted in the colours and language of the soul. Kryztoff 5K

FRINGE 2018 – MUSIC – Stravinsky & Chanel – National Wine Centre – 4.5K

Emma Knights Productions presents this hour-long journey of a preview to the rumoured love affair of two undeniable icons that revolutionised their respective fields. Igor Stravinsky and Coco Chanel’s influence on each other lives and the world truly echo to this day. With those echoes, this performance has portrayed it very well with the intertwining …

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FRINGE 2018 – AWO AT THE TONYS – 4K

by Riccardo Barone   The Adelaide Wind Orchestra comes back to the Fringe with a program all based on music performed/awarded/written around the Tony awards (the highest US theater award). What a pity for the low amount of people coming to the show! The conductor David Polain, with hilarity and charisma, demonstrates the hard work …

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LAURIE BLACK : LIVE – ADELAIDE FRINGE 2018 – 4K

Who would have thought that a pre-apocalypse party could be so much fun? Laurie Black welcomes us into her living room and regales us with apocalypse-tips, poetry and song. With her warmth, wit and charm she soon has the audience doing anything she asks them to do, even when she’s telling them not to do …

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FRINGE 2018 – SOMA – SOUND BATH – 5K

by Riccardo Barone Soma: it’s the harmonic marriage between music and science. Our body pulses following a specific rhythm, also vibrating on different frequencies. What happens if we try to translate everything in music? We would listen to our body symphony: heartbeat, breath, brain waves, they are becoming numbers and then frequencies, so finally sound. …

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KILLJOY – DESTROY THE FANTASY – ADELAIDE FRINGE 2018 – 4.5K

Sometimes confronting and often hilarious, the super-talented Killjoys have brought their joyous burlesque-cabaret-circus-rock show to the Adelaide Fringe. On their opening night on Tuesday, despite having to deal with injured muscles and broken shoes, they gave a wonderful performance in front of a very appreciative and engaged audience. Presented almost as a series of variety …

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