2022 Festival Line Up
2022 FESTIVAL"The Festival is an event of national significance: stimulating, provocative and deeply satisfying on so many levels." — Vincent Plush, The Australian
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2022 Festival Highlights
Wednesday, 11 May 2022
All photos by Peter Hislop. Daily Drill #1 Performed by Ronan Apcar and Emma Warburton.27 April, 2022 – ANU Drill Hall Gallery. Daily Drill #2 Performed by Jeremy Sun.28 April, 2022 – ANU Drill Hall Gallery. Tree of Life Performed by Eric Avery, Horomona Horo, Louise Devenish, Kaylie Melville, Solomon Frank, Niki Johnson, Gelareh Pour, Theo … Continued
Review: Concert divided in styles, but not music quality
Wednesday, 4 May 2022
SPANISH medieval music to a masterpiece of post-Stalin Soviet optimism and on to ’80s New York minimalism, this Canberra International Music Festival concert had a bit of everything. The singers and players for “The Great Divide”, were Luminescence Chamber Singers, Orava String Quartet and Jason Noble, clarinet. The first part comprised nine pieces of music … Continued
Review: The Great Divide
Tuesday, 3 May 2022
Wide-ranging program perfectly reflects Canberra Festival’s overarching theme, even if one did have to work to see the links. Have you ever wondered how festival programs are constructed? Well, in the case of the 2022 Canberra International Music Festival, Artistic Director Roland Peelman has devised a series of 22 concerts and countless other smaller events, … Continued
Canberra International Music Festival acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country. We honour and respect the significant role they play for our community and our Festival to flourish.