Held on the 4th Mar 2022 to
4th Dec 2022
at 6pm to
, Southern Tasmania
The Salon, The HedbergSummary:
An experimental and eclectic program of concerts performed on the first Friday of the month at the Hedberg
- Students, staff and alumni from the School of Creative Arts and Media
In 2022, join us on the first Friday of the month for the ‘Salon @ 6’, an experimental and eclectic program of concerts performed by students, staff and alumni of the School of Creative Arts and Media. Featuring a wide range of styles and genres, this concert series is a fantastic opportunity to experience bold new work and meet our vibrant creative community.
- Tickets are FREE but registrations essential as seating is limited.
- From 15th January 2022, anyone coming to our campuses, facilities and events is required to be fully vaccinated or have an exemption. Masks must be worn in indoor public settings, including all university venues, from 12:01am, Tuesday 21 December 2021.
- You will be greeted by our Front of House staff on arrival and asked to use the temperature scanning system to check in.
Friday 4 March 2022 To celebrate the start of Semester One and International Women’s Day 2022, ‘….strange thunders from the potency of song…’ includes instrumental music by Mél(anie) Bonis and Elisabeth Lutyens (performed by Gianni Posadas-Sen and Arabella Teniswood-Harvey), recorded sound work by Jacky Collyer, video work by Tasha Zappala, and a performance by Davina Wright. View concert program
Friday 1 April 2022 The Damien Kingston Quartet are a Hobart based modern jazz quartet comprised of Damien Kingston on guitar, Matt Boden on piano, Hamish Houston on bass, and Tom Robb on drums. The ensemble’s output is devoted to the performance and interpretation of compositions written by Kingston, investigating the nexus between jazz, classical composition, contemporary music, and free improvisation. View concert program
Date TBC Harvey’s “Catalogue des Errances Bibliques, Symphony in no need of an orchestra” (2019) for nondescript keyboards is premiered with the “Sonic Terrorism” of LtZ(AKA<0) in an evening of shocking contrasts. Not for the faint hearted. With Dr Arabella Teniswood-Harvey and Dr Michael Kieran Harvey on multiple keyboards, and Julian Black utilising a varied collection of electronic instruments and effects units to create a confronting and immersive soundscape.
Friday 5 August 2022 More information and ticket registration coming soon.
Friday 2 September 2022 More information and ticket registration coming soon.
Friday 7 October 2022 Student Concert. More information and ticket registration coming soon.
Friday 4 December 2022 More information and ticket registration coming soon.