SLAVA GRIGORYAN, RALPH TOWNER & WOLFGANG MUTHSPIEL

    Slava G and friends

    THE TRAVEL GUIDE TOUR
    THE NOLAN GALLERY, B2 MONA
    FRIDAY 24 OCTOBER, 8PM
    $59/$49 + BF

    Master guitarists Slava Grigoryan, Ralph Towner and Wolfgang Muthspiel are embarking on an Australian tour to celebrate their new album, Travel Guide. Recorded with legendary ECM producer Manfred Eicher, this latest collaborative offering unites world-class instrumentation with each musician's critically acclaimed and distinctive style, ranging from modern classical and world to jazz.

    THE CAT EMPIRE
    WITH TOM THUM AND DAMEZA

     

    Cat Empire

    MONA LAWNS
    SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29, 12-5PM
    $50+BF
    Children aged 10 and under free

     

    Don your dancing shoes and get ready to party with the coolest cats in town, The Cat Empire. Since emerging on the Australian music scene in the early millennium, the group and its troupe of trumpets, trombones, baritone horns, guitars, drums and percussion has toured all over the world, and now it's returned to the motherland to play a series of shows, including one here at MONA. Brace yourself - things are about to get wild. 

    RIVER OF FUNDAMENT

    Film

    FEDERATION CONCERT HALL
    NOVEMBER 21, 5PM-MIDNIGHT
    TICKETS ON SALE SOON
    (Classification pending)

    A 6-hour symphonic film by Matthew Barney and Jonathan Bepler, accompanying Barney's exhibition of the same name.

    Co-presented with Sydney Festival.

    Image: Matthew Barney and Jonathan Bepler
    RIVER OF FUNDAMENT: KHU, 2014
    Production Still Photo: Peter Strietmann
    © Matthew Barney
    Courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels

    MoMa

    MoMa 2014

    MONA MARKET
    RETURNING IN 2015
    MONA LAWNS

    By now, you've come to expect feats of strange wonder from MONA First Lady Kirsha Kaechele and her team of talented misfits. This year's MoMa is no different; but she's expanded her horizons to take in our beloved - but grubby - River Derwent. The result? The River Derwent Heavy Metals Project, which we're kicking off at our first market for the year.