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  1. Permanent collection | Performances Remember tomorrow
    Mar 1 2:00pm Australian String Quartet national tour 2015 The Australian String Quartet performs Haydn's Emperor Quartet, Gallipoli by Australian composer Ross Edwards and Shostakovich's String Quartet no 3 in F major. More info
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $65, $60 concession, $55 members, $30 under 30 years
  2. James Turrell | Performances Concert: Sounding Turrell
    Mar 29 5:30pm – 6:50pm Curated by Roland Peelman, artists from the Canberra International Music Festival perform works by John Cage, John Luther Adams, Morton Feldman and Arvo Part. Followed by Skyspace sunset viewing and drinks.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $65, $60 members/concession, $30 under 30, includes glass of wine
  3. Permanent collection | Performances Songs of the Noongar
    Apr 7 7:00pm – 8:00pm Award-winning performers Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse combine pure, haunting vocals in the Noongar language and guitar.
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : $35, $30 members concession
  4. Special events | Performances Canberra International Music Festival 2015 presents
    May 8 3:30pm – 5:00pm Being and Time: Barbara Blackman's festival blessing A conversation with Andrew Ford, ABC Music Show broadcaster, artist Imants Tillers and composer Rosalind Page. CIMF musicians perform Page's Being and Time l, ll and lll
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : $55, $50 concession
    Booking: Book here
  5. James Turrell | Performances Contemporary dance: Fortuity
    May 9 11:00am (repeated at 1.00 pm) Elizabeth Cameron Dalman, Mirramu Dance Company and guest artists celebrate fifty years of contemporary dance in Australia with fortuitous micro performances incorporating historic repertoire and new site-specific responsive works in the Gallery
    Venue: Level 1 Foyer
    Price : Free
  6. Special events | Performances Canberra International Music Festival 2015 presents
    May 10 1:00pm – 3:00pm A World of Glass A Philip Glass cult event, described by The Guardian as 'the aural equivalent of standing at the top of a giant waterfall '
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $55, $50 concession
    Booking: Book here
  7. James Turrell | Performances Northern lights
    May 30 6:00pm – 7:30pm (repeated Sunday 31 May) A concert evoking nature's most spectacular light show, the Aurora Borealis The Gryffin Ensemble performs original music composed by Michael Sollis, in collaboration with Australia's leading astronomer Fred Watson
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : $45, $40 members/concession, $25 under 30, $10 under 16
  8. James Turrell | Performances Northern lights
    May 31 2:00pm – 3:30pm A concert evoking nature's most spectacular light show, the Aurora Borealis The Gryffin Ensemble performs original music composed by Michael Sollis, in collaboration with Australia's leading astronomer Fred Watson.
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : $45, $40 members/concession, $25 under 30, $10 under 16