THE BRIAN JONESTOWN MASSACRE

    Brian Jonestown Massacre

    SATURDAY 14 NOVEMBER, 8PM
    ODEON THEATRE
    $65/$60 +BF
    18+ ONLY

    Since earning cult status in the early 1990s, The Brian Jonestown Massacre has continued to produce psychedelic tracks ripe for rocking and their latest two albums, Revelation and Musique de film imaginé, are no exception. They're here in Hobart to play new tunes and old faves on what's sure to be a fully sick/totally rad evening.

    CAMERON CARPENTER

    Cameron Carpenter

    SATURDAY 21 NOVEMBER, 8.45PM
    ODEON THEATRE
    $65/$45 +BF
    ALL AGES

    Described as 'Liberace-meets-Billy Idol', classical maverick Cameron Carpenter is coming to Australia with his International Touring Organ. Styling a mohawk and Swarovski crystals, the organ wunderkind will play a suite of works by the masters (Bach, etc.) alongside transcriptions and original compositions.

    The Discovery Orchestra: Strings

    The Discovery Orchestra: Strings

    SUNDAY 27 SEPTEMBER, 7PM
    NOLAN GALLERY, MONA
    $30/$25 + BF

    In the latest iteration of the Discovery Orchestra project, twenty-four string musicians come together to form a full orchestra, and perform the works of diverse twentieth century composers. Directed by Peter Tanfield.

    The Program:
    Ralph Vaughan-Williams, Fantasia On a Theme by Thomas Tallis
    Frank Martin, Polyptyque (solo violin, Peter Tanfield)
    Benjamin Britten, Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge

    The Discovery Orchestra: Strings with Percussion

    The Discovery Orchestra: Strings with Percussion

    SUNDAY 18 OCTOBER, 7PM
    NOLAN GALLERY, MONA
    $30/$25 + BF

    The Discovery Orchestra's twenty-four string musicians return to Mona, this time complete with percussion. Directed by Peter Tanfield.

    The Program:
    Arvo Pärt, Fratres II (solo violin, Peter Tanfield)
    Igor Stravinsky, Apollon Musagète
    Béla Bartoók, Divertimento for Strings

    JAM

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    SATURDAYS + SUNDAYS FROM 1PM
    THE VOID
    FREE (WITH MUSEUM ENTRY)

    Jazz and other genres at Mona, every weekend. If the weather's nice, music is on the lawns. If it's crap, it's inside the museum.

    MOMA: MONA MARKET

    MoMa-2015

    RETURNS JANUARY 2016
    MONA LAWNS
    FREE

    Lead by MoMa's inimitable First Lady Kirsha Kaechele and her posse of wondrous winged monkeys, the market's fourth outing invites you to revel in the glorious sun-drenched agora (aka the MONA lawns), quaff delicious rainbow unicorn urine cocktails and get up close and personal with your lunch - sourced from a tasty-as selection of pop-up chow and bevvy vendors - before doing battle in a cultural dance-off (ballroom vs. break, ballet vs. krump) or letting your groove thang loose to MoMa's weekly musical marvels. Feel dem summer feels!