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PERFORMANCE: Songs of the Southern Skies

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Songs of the Southern Skies : Katie Noonan and Karin Schaupp in concert Other events...
Following their hugely successful tour last year, two of Australia's most loved female artists – songstress Katie Noonan and classical guitarist Karin Schaupp – are teaming up once again, this time exploring music close to home and very close to their hearts in an intimate performance in the stunning Winthrop Hall.

Songs of the Southern Skies features some of Australia and New Zealand's best classical, folk, jazz and pop songs. The songs are performed with the intimate combination of Noonan's angelic and versatile voice and Schaupp's lyrical and fiery guitar.

Noonan and Schaupp will perform songs by the Finn Brothers, Cold Chisel, Nick Cave, Icehouse, Bic Runga, Gurrumul, The Easybeats, Vince Jones and Gotye, through to traditional folk songs, a piece by Richard Charlton and a world premiere composition by Elena Kats-Chernin written especially for them.

A feast for lovers of all styles of music, this collaboration brings together two artists at the top of their game, true masters of their fields.


B reserve tickets $30 (save $19), C reserve tickets $25 (save $20)

Simply quote the code word “Music” when booking.

BOOK NOW: http://www.theatres.uwa.edu.au/events#noonan
Location Winthrop Hall
Contact Madeline Joll <[email protected]> : 6488 2440
URL http://www.theatres.uwa.edu.au/events#noonan
Start Fri, 28 Sep 2012 20:00
End Fri, 28 Sep 2012 22:00
Submitted by Madeline Joll <[email protected]>
Last Updated Thu, 11 Oct 2012 09:02
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