Boasting crowds of over 15,000 and performances across 14 stages, the festival is the premier Celtic gathering in Australasia and it’s easy to see why it with its breadth of artistic talent, rich in culture.
You may see it as sarcasm or you may see it as satire. Whichever way you view it, Jonathan Pie speaks his mind. Although the man behind Pie may not be a political animal, he does know how to play one.
The first analogue synthesizers that fueled the electronic scene in Melbourne during the late ’60s will return home when the Synthesizers: Sound of the Future opens at the University of Melbourne’s Grainger Museum from April 20 – September 9 .
As part of the celebration, Award Winning Pianist, Composer and Producer Callum Watson has written an exciting new classical composition for the event called ‘Earth, Wind and Fire’ for piccolo and bass clarinet.