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The Society of the Arts is a subscription based organization. Membership of the Society is open to all who are interested in the arts.  Subscription entitles admission in 2015 to five concerts plus the school’s Annual Gala Concert and invitations to six official art exhibition openings, plus a puppetry evening and a short films screening.

The Society of the Arts awards scholarships annually to students demonstrating exceptional interest and potential in music, visual arts or drama. The Society of the Arts Scholars for 2015 are: Lachlan Gregory (drama), Nicholas Lee (visual arts) and James Watson (music).

FAST FIND

Membership Form
2015 Programme

Gallery opening hours:
Wednesday to Sunday
12pm to 5pm (during exhibitions)

QUICK CONTACT

Catherine Benz
Convenor | Society of the Arts
Curator | Delmar Gallery

Delmar Gallery
144 Victoria Street Ashfield NSW 2131
p. + 61 2 9581 6070
fax. + 61 2 9716 7206

 

Sibo Bangoura & Friends

Take an exhilarating musical journey through West Africa with the charismatic Sibo Bangoura (Guinea) and his band: an evening of traditional song and dance, rich melody and high energy percussion!  

Born into a Griot family in Guinea, Sibo truly has rhythm and music are in his blood.  As a "Griot", or traditional storyteller and musician, he is responsible for passing on cultural traditions to the next generation. With Sibo on djembe and kora, the line-up features members of his band Keyim Ba including celebrated Senegalese percussionist Yacou MBaye on doun doun, sabar and congas, Jon Pease on lead guitar, the funky bass lines of Tina Harris and dancer Rachel Bangoura completing the picture.

Tickets from $20 / Trinity students & Society of the Arts members FREE. Click here to book online

DATE: Wednesday 2 September, 7.30pm
VENUE: Orchestra Room


REMEMBERING SCULTHORPE
works for solo piano performed by TAMARA-ANNA CISLOWSKA

A moving and evocative program tracing the steps of Peter Sculthorpe’s remarkable career, from Nocturne (1945) to Riverina (2011), performed by acclaimed pianist and his close friend, Tamara-Anna Cislowska. In 2014, ABC Classics released a recording by Cislowska of the complete works for solo piano by Sculthorpe.

Tickets from $20 / Trinity students & Society of the Arts members FREE. Discount on tickets applies for music workshop participants. Click here to book online

DATE:
Thursday 15 October, 7.30pm
VENUE: Orchestra Room