The Choir of Trinity College,
University of Melbourne
Jonathan Grieves-Smith: Director of Music
Music by Palestrina, Victoria, Pärt, Tavener,
Praulins and Lauridsen
Tickets available by $10 donation
at the door on the night
The acclaimed Choir of Trinity College, Melbourne, directed by one of the world’s great choral conductors, Jonathan Grieves-Smith, presents a concert of extraordinary choral works from across the centuries.
Ranging from Palestrina and Victoria to Sir John Tavener and Arvo Pärt, the program in centred on the magnificent Missa Rigensis by Latvian composer Uģis Prauliņš.
This wonderful concert, sung by one of Australia’s leading young ensembles, is truly not to be missed.
Friday, October 10th, 2014 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
A Friday Forum on October 10, 2014, from 1:00pm to 2:00pm at St. David’s Cathedral.
Last year, Tasmanians lost $200 million “playing” on poker machines. Can we afford to spend this much money on gambling? Where did this money come from and where did it go? Does gambling affect me?
Anglicare researcher Margie Law will provide research, service and policy analysis of gambling in Tasmania. She will talk about the effect that gambling has on individuals, their families and their local communities and identify barriers to effective consumer protection.
Margie has worked as a Research and Policy Officer in Anglicare’s Social Action and Research Centre since 2003. Her work covers a number of different topic areas including gambling, Anglicare’s relationship with the Aboriginal community of Tasmania, the cost of living and housing and homelessness. Anglicare’s research can be found at www.anglicare-tas.org.au