GWYN ASHTON

    GwynAshton

    SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1-3PM
    MONA LAWNS

    Saturday sorted: this guy's opened for the likes of Van Morrison, Status Quo, Johnny Winter, Canned Heat and Robin Tower, and played stadium shows all over the globe. Impressive.

    DASH

    DASH

    SUNDAY MARCH 1,
    DURING MOMA (MONA MARKET), 12-5PM
    MONA LAWNS

    Warm electric guitar and walking bass lines accent a confrontational lyrical intimacy with soaring vocals and eclectic beats. Dash exude a captivating sound built on the somber effects of Chris Li Wan Po on electric guitar, the ethereal vocals of Sarah-Rose swelling with the gradual addition of Luke on marching drums and Brandon delivering a solid undertow on bass.


    TASMANIAN CHINESE SCHOOL TAIJI AND DANCE

    Taiji

    SUNDAY MARCH 1,
    DURING MOMA (MONA MARKET), 12-5PM
    MONA LAWNS

    The Tasmania Chinese School's Taiji and Dance Group was established to improve physical fitness, promote the Chinese culture, and to actively serve and integrate into the local community. Over the past year, the Dance Group has voluntarily performed in 21 sessions in various nursing homes, student cultural activities organized by the University, as well as other social groups. They love it. You might too.

    PROFESSOR YUTING ZHU
    ERHU ENSEMBLE

    ProfessorZhu

    SUNDAY MARCH 1,
    DURING MOMA (MONA MARKET), 12-5PM
    MONA LAWNS

    Local Chinese musician and Erhu master (Chinese Violin), Professor Yuting Zhu will present traditional folk songs accompanied by his students.Local Chinese musician and Erhu master (Chinese Violin), Professor Yuting Zhu will present traditional folk songs accompanied by his students.

    XIANG RADIO

    XiangRadio

    SUNDAY MARCH 1,
    DURING MOMA (MONA MARKET), 12-5PM
    MONA LAWNS

    Xiang Radio is a Hobart-based Chinese acoustic folk ensemble featuring local singer songwriter Jason Xu.  Songs are played with Ruan Chinese Lutes, Pipa Lute and Erhu Violin too.

    CHINESE HAN TRANSMISSION ESOTERICISM ACADEMY

    DJEverton_FriJan4

    SUNDAY MARCH 1,
    DURING MOMA (MONA MARKET), 12-5PM
    MONA LAWNS

    The Chinese Han Transmission Esotericism Academy will on this respective afternoon present a variety of cultural performances, including piano performance by the Young Living Buddha and the Holy Lion Dance.

    JAM

    Music all weekend long, every week, curated by Brian Ritchie. If the weather is nice, the music is on the lawns. If it's crap, it's inside the museum.

    Enquiries and suggestions can be sent to music@mona.net.au