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The South Australian Living Artist festival is about to begin across South Australia and to tie in with this jeweller and artist Shannon Cornish will open Ethos Gallery in the town of Woodside in the Adelaide Hills.

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The 2010 SALA Festival July 30- August 22 is going to capture your imagination, inspire you, challenge your perception, invite conversation, and ignite your appreciation of the visual arts and it’s completely free!

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This is another excellent offering from Independent with Croser’s usual attention to detail and understanding of the importance of careful casting in evidence.

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The award winning orchestra is led by Eastman School of Music graduate, Robert Hower, who conducted two of the works, with guest, Timothy Reynish, from the UK, conducting the other four.

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This is, by far, one of the best evenings of ballet Adelaide has seen, with all elements of the highest standard, visually, musically and, of course, choreographically.

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n 2010 Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy will be replayed on the Dunstan Playhouse stage. The classic story based on forbidden love has been a big part of the theatre since it was first performed in 1595 and ever since has connected with millions around the world.

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After the Tutti Choir’s rousing final Broadway Spectacular chorus with the Unley Concert Band at Elder Hall on Sunday 4 July, Tutti’s Artistic Director Pat Rix announced the exciting news that Jonathan Welch and the Choir of Hope and Inspiration (formerly the Choir of Hard Knocks) would be joining Tutti in September for a combined concert.

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