Recital Hall, The Hedberg, entrance at 19 Collins Street HobartSummary:
Bringing exceptional music to the local community, these 50-minute recitals are designed to provide space for contemplation at lunchtime.
Enjoy our series of free concerts at the Hedberg performed by students, staff and alumni of the School of Creative Arts and Media. Bringing exceptional music to the local community, all are welcome at these 50-minute recitals designed to provide space for contemplation in our acoustically renowned Ian Potter Recital Hall.
In tribute to the strength, creativity and culture of Ukraine, pianist Arabella Teniswood-Harvey performs works by the Ukrainian composers Stephania Turkevych (1898-1977) and Borys Lyatoshynsky (1895-1968), in dialogue with Ukrainian-inspired music by Franz Liszt (1811-1886) and Malcolm Arnold (1921-2006). Contextualised by travel, relocation, conflict, challenge and resistance, the concert celebrates music’s power in adversity.
For more information about the performer and her critically acclaimed recordings, see Move Records.
Tickets are free but registrations essential as seating is limited.
Arriving at the Hedberg
Please arrive between 12:30pm - 12:45pm via the University of Tasmania entrance to the building on 19 Collins Street Hobart. Please note there is a strict lockout for the concert and no latecomers will be admitted at the request of the musicians.
The Ian Potter Recital Hall is located on the ground floor with level access from the street. Should you require mobility assistance of any kind, please advise us via email or phone 03 6226 7314. One of our staff will be organised to assist you.
While our mask setting is currently green, which means mask wearing is an individual choice, it is strongly recommended that masks be worn in indoor settings, particularly where physical distancing cannot be maintained.