Cleveland Contemporary Music Event (CCME) - Bringing the new music world to Cleveland
5 concerts over three weekends - book for three or more and save! See Topology and the Kransky Sisters, Kupka’s Piano, David Bridie, Lawrence English and ELISION at the CCME.
Over five nights some of Australia’s very best musicians perform music from the present time, live in the best acoustic environment in South East Queensland – the RPAC Concert Hall.
The diversity and quality of works presented in the program is outstanding and covers music and sound from across the world and from much closer to home. The event will put the familiar next to the experimental, the simple next to the complex, and the dissonant next to the harmonious.
The CCME offers a rare snap-shot opportunity to focus in on the excellence, inspiration and imagination driving contemporary music composition and performance.
Topology and the Kransky Sisters: Tunes from the Tube - Saturday 28 October, 7pm
Kupka’s Piano: Erased Songs - Friday 3 November, 7.30pm
ELISION: The Wreck of Former Boundaries – Saturday 4 November, 7.30pm
Lawrence English: Cruel Optimism - Friday 10 November, 7pm
David Bridie In Concert - Saturday 11 November, 7pm
You can book your tickets in person at RPAC Box Office, 2–16 Middle Street, Cleveland or by phone on 3829 8131 or online at rpac.com.au
Adults: $45, Seniors/Pensioners: $40, Children/Students: $20, Groups +10: $30pp, Three or more concerts: $35 each
Who should attend:
Parental guidance recommended to determine suitability for younger children.
How to get there:
Please visit Translink as your guide to public transport timetables, fares and accessible transport.
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