Join Maisy Stapleton as she speaks firstly to Anthony Pasquill, the Musical Director of Bel a cappella, now launching its 20th anniversary with the enigmatically named concert Miserere at the Cell Block Theatre on 19th April.
With his inimitable enthusiasm and musical understanding, Anthony will contextualise the concert repertoire and we will preview highlights of the program, which includes music from the 15th century composer Johannes Ockeghem to 21st century Australian composers Anna Jacobs and David Basden.
In an equally celebratory vein, we are joined by Art Space Director Alexie Glass-Kantor and architect Ashley Dunn, from Dunn & Hillam architects, to discuss the recent transformation of Art Space in Woolloomooloo, Sydney’s pre-eminent contemporary and experimental art centre and the launch of a new program of engagement with contemporary artists, art forms and audiences.
For further information about Bel a cappella and concert bookings http://www.belacappella.org.au/
For further information about Art Space http://www.artspace.org.au/
For further information about Dun & Hillam architects http://dunnhillam.com.au/
Join Maisy Stapleton on Arts Thursday, at 10:30 til noon to listen to a wide-ranging program of discussion and music every fortnight on Eastside.
You can listen to Arts Thursday and check out the music playlists at any time. Go to http://eastsidefm.org/artsthursday/ and click on the relevant date for the program.
Art Space images below include Ashley Dunn, 2nd from left and Alexie Glass-Kantor, far right