The Australian International Music Festival will be held on 9th July at various world-class arts venues including the Sydney Opera House, Angel Place City Recital Hall, Sydney Town Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, St Andrew’s Cathedral, and Darling Harbour. The festival is one of the most popular and best-attended music performance tours and is not to be missed!
Multicultural Arts Victoria will present a new free multicultural event called Emerge in the North 2017 at the Plenty Ranges Arts & Convention Centre, Melbourne on 1 July, celebrating new and emerging communities in the North.
The 6th Pier Festival will come back to Melbourne this Sunday, 9 April, with a vibrant mix of artists and cultures, music, dance and activities for all to enjoy. The festival recognises the wide variety of identities that contribute to the Victorian community.
Buddha’s Day celebrates the birthday of Prince Siddhartha Gautama, who was to become Sakyamuni Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. The date varies from year to year in the Western Gregorian calendar, but usually falls in April or May.
Have you ever listened to poems in all different languages? Were you able to still feel the beauty despite not speaking or understanding the language?
Cultural Perspectives’ dazzling team are prepped and ready to head over to Rosehill Racecourse for the 2017 Premier’s Harmony Dinner.