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Ave Maria – Allegri Ensemble Chamber Choir
Allegri Ensemble Chamber Choir
Directed by Jonathan Wallis
Music of hope, beauty and calm that transcends the ages
3:00-3:30pm Sunday 25 October 2020
St Mary’s Cathedral, 164 Harrington Street, Hobart
Entry by donation ($10 suggested)
Booking essential: Tickets only from www.trybooking.com/BLMFF
Please join us for this 30 minute concert of exquisite a capella vocal music by Josquin des Prez (c1450-1521)
and Tomás Luis de Victoria (c1548—1611).
Sancta Maria (Victoria)
Ave maris stella (Victoria)
Gaude Virgo, Mater Christi (Josquin)
Inviolata, integra, et casta es Maria (Josquin)
O magnum mysterium (Victoria)
Ave Maria (Josquin)
Steampunk Ball, 31st October
Set the dodgy controls of your favourite time travelling vehicle and whirl your way back in time to the Victorian era, but with a difference.
Destination: St James Hall, 462 Elizabeth St, Hobart (off Rupert Ave, opposite Blue Gum, enter behind church)
Date and time: Saturday, 31st October 2020 (or should that be 1870?), 7:15 for 7:30-11:30pm.
What: Steampunk Ball
Fun and lively period dances with simply thrilling music by the Black Swans of Trespass.
Dancing master: David “Oddsocks” Wanless
Tea duelling under the masterful direction of our Tiffin Master.
Hat and glove elimination cotillon. Bring hat or gloves to participate.
You are most definitely encouraged to dress in your finest steampunk, Victoriana or formal attire. Dress to impress. (For ideas, search the web for make steampunk outfit, dress like a Victorian or make victorian outfit, or look at the event page below. You can do a lot with op-shop clothes and trinkets.)
All dances taught. No dancing experience or partner required. All ages welcome.
Please bring a plate of supper.
Tickets $19/$17/$16/$10 at events.humanitix.com/
Conditions of entry: folktas.org/coronavirus
The Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania (RAST), in conjunction with the Royal Hobart Show Creative Craft Committee will be hosting a DeStash Market on Sunday 15th November 2020.
“Destash is the fine art of cleaning out the supplies that you have accumulated over the years”. It will provide an opportunity for anyone to sell their unwanted and unused textiles, fabric, yarn, or craft equipment from their collection. It is also open to people who would like to sell any handmade items, not including food.
The event will be held in the Betting Hall from 10am to 3pm, which is located under the Main Grandstand at the Hobart Showground, 2 Howard Road, Glenorchy. Entrance will be via the Brooker Highway.
The Committee and its representatives will also be holding demonstrations including
Cake Making; Embroidery, and Spinning and Weaving
The event will be held under strict COVID19 guidelines, similar to the usual Glenorchy Sunday Market, which will also be running throughout the day. No food or drink will be allowed in the Hall, and cash sales preferred.
A warm invite is extended to the community to either participate or come along and stock up on some Christmas gifts!