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The Cow Tripped Over the Moon will be read all around Australiaat the same time!
Arts & culture,
Arnold Zable will speak on the refugee experience
Wood, Metal and Vibrating Air
Based on British playwright Douglas Rintoul's verbatim interviews with gay refugee survivors and inspired by images from photojournalist Bradley Secker, Elegy is a lyrical, searing exploration of loss, displacement and a longing for home.
Enjoy entertaining and exciting night of live and silent auctions, and help raise funds for research into Parkinson's disease.
Arts & culture, Older people, Other,
Rotary Club of Waverley presents Freedom from Slavery Concert, with proceeds going to Ping Pong A Thon.
World renowned pianist Stephen Hough, is coming to Melbourne this June, as part of his Australian tour, for a spectacular one-night-only concert taking place at Monash University’s Alexander Theatre.
Featuring the music of one of Australia’s most accomplished and vibrant compositional talents, Elena Kats-Chernin, don’t miss the MSO showcasing the power and versatility of woodwind.
Health & wellbeing,
Come along to this FREE interactive workshop and learn about coping with emotional and physical pain from mind-body health expert Associate Professor Dr Craig Hassed.
Natalia Raspovova returns in 2017 to conduct Monash Academy Orchestra in a performance of Dvorak's Symphony No.7, and Bartok's Piano Concerto No.3
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