SATURDAY 16 AUGUST 3PM-11PM
SUNDAY 17 AUGUST 11AM-5.30PM
Presented by Museum of Old and New Art and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
Submerge yourself in MONA - your reverberating, subterranean private playground.
Your two-day ticket gets you the works: feasting, drinks, and a thorough immersion in MONA and the music. (One-day tickets also available.)
+Marko Letonja conducting the TSO
+Allison Bell - Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire
+David Dolan and musicians from the Australian National Academy of Music - Bach improvisation project
+Genevieve Lacey and the TSO performing Reinventions by Elena Kats-Chernin, based on Bach's Inventions**
+Michael Goldschlager - selected Bach cello suites
+Michael Kieran Harvey - selection of Scriabin's solo piano works
+Richard Tognetti performing Ligeti and solo Bach, with oscilloscopic lighting by Robin Fox
+Steven Osborne - Messiaen's Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jesus**
+Tom Vincent trio in tribute to Thelonious Monk*
+TSO Chorus performing Bach chorales in complete darkness*
* Saturday only
** Sunday only
Other performances happening both Saturday and Sunday.
Two-day ticket $450: full performance program, and two meals with drinks.
Single-day ticket $250: Saturday or Sunday performance program, and one meal with drinks.
Museum closed to all but Synaesthesia+ patrons. Come and play.
Original Synaesthesia concept by Lyndon Terracini
Supported by Avant Card
AUSTRALIAN FAIR FOR FREEDOM OF BELIEF AND RELIGION
26 & 27 JULY 10AM-5PM
The AFFBR brings together the broad range of beliefs and religious views that form an important part of the contemporary Australian milieu.
Patrons will have the opportunity to sample a spectrum of opinion, and to attend a range of talks and workshops throughout the weekend - all within the unique setting of the Museum of Old and New Art.
Entry to the Fair is included with the museum price of admission, and free for Tasmanian residents.
RETURNING IN 2015
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.