Birregurra Community Arts Group is your community creative hub—a cooperative of artists, creative people and community members, in and around Birregurra, who are keen on learning and doing something a little bit different.
BCAG is a subcommittee of the Birregurra Community Group.
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Wednesday, 27 September 2017 | 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
COPACC brings the Flinders Quartet to the
theatre on Wednesday, September 27 at 11am.
quartet is one of Australia’s best known and loved chamber music ensembles and is
regularly invited to perform at festivals throughout Australia, often in
association with some of the country’s finest talentssuch as Slava Grigoryan,
who performed here early this year in the Grigoryan Brothers. FQ have toured to
the UK, Singapore, Finland, Sweden and Canada, andall 4 members of Flinders
Quartet have a strong commitment to the development of Australian chamber music
as well as its musicians and audiences.
Limelight Magazine had this to say about
them: “Their shading, rhythmic
pliability and tautness of ensemble are impeccable.”
RUNNING TIME: 2 hours
See what the Flinders Quartet got up to in 2016 in the video below:
Join us at COPACC for an
intimate evening with the high priestess of Australian pop, Kate Ceberano, and her
musical partner, ARIA and Helpmann Award-winning Paul Grabowsky, on Wednesday,
October 11 at 8pm. They take us on a very personal journey of words and music
with brilliantly stripped back interpretations of some of the greatest love
songs of the past 50 years.
Kate is a cultural
diplomat and national treasure and needs no introduction, while Paul’s
contribution to Australian jazz is huge.
The Herald Sun review of
their show at the Melbourne Recital Centre read: “Their Love Songs concert,
played before a packed house, was joyously alive from the get go. A warm,
heartfelt ode to love lost, found and unrequited.”
Award winning choreographer and dancer Shaun Parker brings
Blue Love to COPACC on Friday, October 13 at 8pm. This quirky, character-based
show is a multi-media physical theatre comedy and covers most performing art
genres within 65 minutes! It is a poetic
and satirical take on the clichés of pop culture, romance, coupledom and
suburbia. Parker says: “I was inspired by how romantic love runs through all
art forms…and provides such juicy thematic fodder for artists and audiences
alike…. It’s a topic that everyone knows only too well. In
romantic love the cliché becomes the poignant and vice versa.”