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The Murray River International Music Festival commenced in 2003 and features outstanding Australian and Italian musicians performing along the Murray River from Mildura to Shepparton, accompanied by regional food and wine. Acclaimed international musicians perform in a range of venues and locations throughout Mildura and surrounding regions. Artistic Director Sergio de Pieri, Arts Mildura Executive Director Paul Lambeth, and the MRIMF Committee invite you to join us as we present beautiful music in beautiful locations.

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  • MURRAY RIVERINTERNATIONAL

    MUSICFESTIVAL

    19-30 JANUARY 2015

    WWW.ARTSMILDURA.COM.AU

  • FESTIVAL PACKAGE $165 1 0 % S AV I N GENTRY TO ALL 6 MILDURA REGION CONCERTSAND 1 OUYEN CONCERT (full price $180)

    CONCESSIONS$5 off individual events (not applicable to the Festival Package). Concession prices apply to full time students, pensioners and health care card holders. Proof of concession eligibility will be required at time of purchasing tickets. Children under 12 are free.

    TO BOOKOnline www.artsmildura.com.auFestival Office 41 Deakin Ave, Mildura info@artsmildura.com.au03 5022 9542

    Arts Mildura acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the country on which our festival takes place and wishes to pay respects totheir Elders, past and present, and the Elders from other communities who attend our festival events.

  • MASTERCLASSESAT MILDURA ARTS CENTRE THURSDAY 22 JANUARY 2015

    JAZZ PIANO with Allan Zavod

    FRIDAY 23 JANUARY 2015

    CLASSICAL GUITAR with Massimo ScattolinVIOLIN with Claudia LopezOBOE with Gianfranco BortolatoFLUTE with Roberto FabbricianiCLASSICAL PIANO with Anthony Halliday

    Private lessons with Massimo Scattolin can be organised through Arts Mildura during and outside of the festival.

    Musicians of all levels are invited to attend the annual workshops with acclaimed international musicians. Please note that there are ten places per class. Cureton Ave, Mildura10.00am-12.00pm I Tickets $30 per studentTo register, contact Arts Mildura at info@artsmildura.com.au

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  • TRIO SINE NOMINE AT OUYEN ROXY THEATREMONDAY 19 JANUARY

    Gianfranco Bortolato (oboe)Claudia Lopez (violin)Michele Benuzzi (harpsichord)

    Roxy Theatre Oke St, Ouyen VIC7.30 for 8.00-9.00pm I Tickets $25Bookings: 03 5091 0400

    J.S. Bach16851750

    Trio Sonata VI in G major BWV 530Vivace Lento Allegro

    Trio Sonata III in D minor BWV 527Andante Adagio e dolce Vivace

    Trio Sonata V in C major BWV 529Allegro Largo Allegro

    Trio Sonata II in C minor BWV 526Vivace Largo Allegro

    PROGRAM

    2013 Performance at Cohuna Town Hall

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  • BEAUTIFUL MUSICAT AMPELON GARDENSTUESDAY 20 JANUARY

    Cnr Pitman Ave and North Gol Gol Rd, Gol Gol NSW 7.00 for 8.30pm - 10.30 I Tickets $30

    J.S. Bach16851750

    Trio Sonata VI in G major BWV 530Vivace Lento Allegro

    Trio Sonata III in D minor BWV 527Andante Adagio e dolce Vivace

    Trio Sonata V in C major BWV 529Allegro Largo Allegro

    Trio Sonata II in C minor BWV 526Vivace Largo Allegro

    Act IMassimo Scattolin (guitar)

    Act IITHE SUNRAYSIA QUARTETCameron Hill (violin)Francesca Hiew (violin)Leah Zweck (viola)Blair Harris (cello)

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  • BEAUTIFUL MUSICAT AMPELON GARDENSTUESDAY 20 JANUARY

    W.A. Mozart String Quartet No.15 in D minor K.421Allegro moderato Andante Menuetto and Trio. Allegretto Allegretto ma non troppo

    F. Mendelssohn String Quartet no.2 in A minor op.13Adagio Allegro vivace Adagio non lento Intermezzo: Allegretto con moto Allegro di molto Presto Adagio non lento

    A. Dvorak String Quartet No.12 in F Major op.96 American Allegro ma non troppo Lento Molto vivace Finale: Vivace ma non troppo

    THE SUNRAYSIA QUARTET PROGRAM

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  • A Spectacular Evening with Gershwin and Friends Dr Allan Zavod (piano)David Stix Hicks (drums)Philip Rex (bass) 31-33 Deakin Ave, Mildura VIC7.30 for 8.00-9.00pm I Tickets $25

    ALLAN ZAVOD ENSEMBLEAT THE ADFA BUILDINGWEDNESDAY 21 JANUARY

    Gershwin Strike Up the Band

    They Cant Take That Away from Me

    Berlin Puttin on the Ritz

    Kern Cant Help Lovin Dat Man

    Gershwin It Aint Necessarily So

    Summertime

    Berlin Alexanders Ragtime Band

    Rogers and Hammerstein

    Hello Young Lovers

    Andrew Lloyd Weber

    Phantom of the Opera

    Porter Love for Sale

    Rogers and Hammerstein

    Happy Talk

    Ellington In My Solitude

    Gershwin Fascinating Rhythm / Rhapsody in Blue

    PROGRAM

    2013 Performance at ADFA Building 5

  • Concert at ADFA Building, 31-33 Deakin Ave, Mildura VIC7.30 for 8.00-9.00pm I Tickets $25

    Pre-Concert Dinner at the Mildura Brewery from 5.30-7.30pm I Tickets $30

    TRIO SINE NOMINEAT T H E A D FA B U I L D I N GTHURSDAY 22 JANUARY

    Gianfranco Bortolato (oboe)Claudia Lopez (violin)Michele Benuzzi (harpsichord)

    J.S. Bach16851750

    Trio Sonata VI in G major BWV 530Vivace Lento Allegro

    Trio Sonata III in D minor BWV 527Andante Adagio e dolce Vivace

    Trio Sonata V in C major BWV 529Allegro Largo Allegro

    Trio Sonata II in C minor BWV 526Vivace Largo Allegro

    PROGRAM

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  • Concert at ADFA Building, 31-33 Deakin Ave, Mildura VIC7.30 for 8.00-9.00pm I Tickets $25

    Pre-Concert Dinner at the Mildura Brewery from 5.30-7.30pm I Tickets $30

    Cnr Short & Adelaide St, Wentworth NSW7.30 for 8.00-9.00pm I Tickets $25

    A JACOBEAN FANTASIEAT WENTWORTH TOWN HALLFRIDAY 23 JANUARY

    Rosemary Hodgson (lute)

    D. Batchelor Pavan

    A Ground

    P. Rosseter Almain

    Pavan and Galliard

    Fantasie

    R. Dowland Sir Thomas Monson, His Pavan and Galliard

    J. Danyel Monsieurs Almain

    J. Dowland Pavan

    Sir John Souchs Galliard

    Fantasie

    PROGRAM

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  • KHALIL GUDAZ ENSEMBLEAT THE OLD MILDURA HOMESTEADSATURDAY 24 JANUARY Khalil Gudaz (sitar)Rameen Nawa (tabla)Enjela (tambura)

    Cureton Ave, Mildura7.30 for 8.00-9.30pm I Tickets $25Join us with a picnic for an evening of spellbinding traditional Indian music under the stars.

    in partnership with

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  • Gianfranco Bortolato (oboe)Claudia Lopez (violin)Michele Benuzzi (harpsichord)

    404 Argent Street, Broken Hill NSW7.00 for 7.30-8.30pm I Tickets $20 general $10 concessionBookings: 08 8080 3440

    Arts Mildura acknowledges the support of Broken Hill City Council.

    TRIO SINE NOMINEAT THE BROKEN HILL REGIONAL ART GALLERYSATURDAY 24 JANUARY

    J.S. Bach16851750

    Trio Sonata VI in G major BWV 530Vivace Lento Allegro

    Trio Sonata III in D minor BWV 527Andante Adagio e dolce Vivace

    Trio Sonata V in C major BWV 529Allegro Largo Allegro

    Trio Sonata II in C minor BWV 526Vivace Largo Allegro

    PROGRAM

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  • Variations on Folk Songs Op.107 for Flute and PianoVolkslied aus Kleinruland VivaceSt Patricks Day Allegretto scherzoSchne Minka - Andante

    Variations on God save the King for Piano

    Serenade in D major Op. 41 for Flute and PianoEntrata. AllegroTempo ordinario dun minuettoAllegro molto Andante con variazioni Allegro scherzando e vivaceAdagioAllegro vivace

    ANTHONY AND ROBERTO A T M I L D U R A A R T S C E N T R ESUNDAY 25 JANUARY

    Anthony Halliday (piano)Roberto Fabbriciani (flute)

    199 Cureton Ave, Mildura VIC6.00pm for 6.30-7.30pm I Tickets $255:30 - 6:30 Cheese platters available, drinks at bar prices.

    L. van Beethoven17701827

    Sonata in B flat major for Flute and PianoAllegro Polacca Largo Tema con variazioni

    Variations on Folk Songs Op.105 for Flute and PianoThe Cottage Maid Andantino quasi Allegretto The Last Rose of Summer Andante espressivo assai Paddy Whack Allegretto pi tosto vivace

    PROGRAM PROGRAM (cont.)

    in partnership with

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  • Stefan Cassomenos (piano)

    Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery Horseshoe Bend, Swan Hill VIC10.30 for 11.00 - 12.00pm I Tickets $12 concert, $16 concert and morning tea

    Morning tea will be served at Spoons Restaurant between 10.00 and 11.00am Includes tea/coffee and a fabulous sconeBookings: 03 5036 2444 or www.swanhillperformingarts.com.au

    MASSIMO & ROBERTOAT COHUNAFRIDAY 30 JANUARY

    Massimo Scattolin (guitar)Roberto Fabbriciani (flute)

    10th anniversary - Spanish themed musicCohuna Memorial Hall, King Edward Street7.30 for 8.00-9.00pm I Tickets $10 At the door or Cohuna Information CentreBookings: 03 5456 2425

    MASSIMO & SERGIOAT SHEPPARTONSATURDAY 7 FEBRUARY

    Massimo Scattolin (guitar)Sergio Ercole (guitar)

    The Connection, Peter Ross-Edwards Causeway, 6.30 arrival for shared entres7.308.30pm concert I 8.30pm dinnerTickets $45 (includes 3 course Italian dinner)Bookings: 03 5821 0600

    STEFAN CASSOMENOSAT SWAN HILLFRIDAY 30 JANUARY

    C. Vine2012

    Toccatissimo

    Haydn Sonata in B minor, Hob XVI:32

    Mozart Sonata in B-flat major, K 333

    INTERVAL

    Beethoven Sonata in A-flat, Op. 110

    Prokofiev Sonata No 6, Op. 82

    PROGRAM

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  • Stefan CassomenosMelbourne pianist and composer Stefan Cassomenos is one of Australias most vibrant and versatile musicians. Stefan has performed internationally since the age of 10, and has since performed concertos with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven Orchestra Bonn and Orchestra Victoria. As Second Prize Winner at the 2013 International Telekom Beethoven Competition, he is in demand as a recitalist throughout Europe, Asia and Australia. Stefan is active as artistic director of various festivals, projects and collaborations and is a founding member of contemporary chamber ensemble PLEXUS. Stefans own compositions are regularly performed and broadcast around Australia.

    Sergio ErcoleLatin/classical guitarist Sergio Ercole was born in Florence and moved to Melbourne in 1980. Sergio completed a Masters of Music at Melbourne University before taking further study in Italy. Sergios talents are well respected within the music industry with performers including The Cat Empire, and Hollywood film writer and musician, Tim Davies, regularly inviting Sergio to collaborate with them on their albums and on stage. Sergio is Head of Guitar at Haileybury College and regularly collaborates with artists such as the Grigoryan Brothers and Italian guitarist Massimo Scattolin.

    Roberto FabbricianiOriginal interpreter and versatile artist, Roberto Fabbriciani has innovated flute technique, multiplying through personal research the instruments sonorous possibilities. He has collaborated with some of the major composers of our time, many of whom have dedicated

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  • numerous and important works to him. Fabbriciani has played as soloist with an array of world-renowned conductors and orchestras. He has performed concerts at prestigious theatres and musical institutions, and has frequently participated in festivals such as the Venice Biennale and Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. Roberto has recorded several albums and has been professor of master classes at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg.

    Khalil Gudaz Ustad Khalil Gudazs love affair with music started at 13, when he began learning the Rubab and Tanboor (traditional Afghani instruments). His desire to train under the best musicians took him to India, where he became the student of Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, one of Indias most talented classical musicians. During this time, Khalil mastered the intricacies of Indian classical music and went on to become an accomplished musician in his own right, winning numerous awards.

    Khalils music includes Indian Classical Raga and melodies from Afghanistan. Khalil Gudaz now lives in Melbourne and teaches his unique style of Sitar music and other musical instruments to interested people in Australia and beyond.

    Anthony HallidayAnthony Halliday gives piano and organ recitals and concerto performances annually in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, England, Ireland and throughout Australasia and has been critically acclaimed by several internationally renowned conductors. In 2013 he became the first artist outside Europe or America invited to give the opening recital in the International Bach Festival in Leipzig, Germany and was commissioned by the ancient German City of Kleve to compose an extensive piano work Symphony for Kleve which he premiered. During his 2014 European tour the German press again described his interpretations of Beethoven as exceptional and supported by a huge knowledge.

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  • His recent CDs feature works by Hndel, Bach, Beethoven, Liszt, Saint-Sans, Shafton and his own compositions. He has recorded all 32 piano sonatas by Beethoven and performed from memory Bachs complete Well Tempered Clavier.

    Rosemary HodgsonDescribed as the lute worlds new star by the UK Lute Society Journal, Rosemary Hodgson is well known to her Melbourne hometown audience and maintains a vibrant career as one of Australias leading lutenists. Specialising in the performance of historic guitars and lutes, she is regularly engaged in major festivals, recordings and concert series throughout Australia and abroad. A Graduate of Melbourne University, Rosemary completed her post-graduate studies at the Royal College of Music London. Rosemary has enjoyed performances with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Opera Australia, Western Australian Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria, E21, Consort

    Eclectus and The Consort of Melbourne among others. She features in the Melbourne Recital Centre Series 2015 with La Compania for their sixth season.

    Massimo ScattolinAfter a number of meetings with Andres Segovia, Massimo Scattolin began his concert career as a soloist, since developing his chamber music and orchestral activities to include some of the best-known concertos for guitar and orchestra. Composers such as Astor Piazzolla and Violet Archer have written concertos for him. Massimo thus rose to the attention of European, Asian, American and now Australian audiences and has been described by critics as being one of the best guitarists of our times. He has worked with the main European television networks, as well as with great theatre actors such as Cucciolla, Pagliai and Gassman. He regularly takes part in international festivals and is the first Italian guitarist to have held master classes at the Mozarteum in Salzburg.

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  • Allan Zavod Dr. Allan Zavod is an internationally recognised Jazz pianist voted in the Top Ten US Jazz Pianists of the 80s, having toured and recorded with bands such as the Glen Miller Orchestra, Woody Herman, Maynard Ferguson and Jean-Luc Ponty. This culminated in a world tour with Frank Zappa which earned him 31st place in the Top 150 Greatest Keyboard Players of Rock, placing him in the distinguished company of Sir Elton John, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, and many others. Today, U.S. catalogues include him in the Top 100 Best Keyboardists of all time. He has had remarkable success combining classical and Jazz genres. As an educator he has also lectured at universities throughout Australia. Allan is presently orchestrating and performing for the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra in Hanoi.

    The Sunraysia QuartetBlair Harris (cello)

    Blair completed his Bachelor of Music at the Queensland Conservatorium. Blair won every performance prize offered by the university and graduated amongst the top 5% of his cohort. Deciding to further his studies, Blair took up a position at the Australian National Academy of Music where he was offered a full scholarship. Blair has attended the Mozarteum Akademie Salzburg, and the International Music Seminars Prussia Cove. Since embarking on a professional career Blair has had numerous soloist engagements with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria, and others. His solo and chamber music repertoires have been recorded for ABC Classic FM and 3MBS-FM. In 2012 he joined the Australian String Quartet, and subsequently was invited to join ASQ again for their opening season in 2013. As an avid devotee of new music, Blair is a member of the contemporary chamber music group Syzygy Ensemble, currently in residence at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

    Far left:Rosemary Hodgson, Massimo Scattolin, Allan Zavod Right: The Sunraysia Quartet

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  • Francesca Hiew (violin)

    Francesca Hiew began her violin studies aged 4 and at age 9, was the youngest member on her first music tour to the USA as a soloist with the senior students of the Stoliarsky School. Francesca completed a Bachelor of Music in the Advanced Performance Strand at the Queensland Conservatorium in 2008. During her time at the Conservatorium, she won the Matilda Jane Aplin Scholarship, the Paganini Prize and the Gertrude Langer Ensemble Prize in 2008 and 2009. Francesca then commenced studies at the Australian National Academy of Music in 2010. A keen chamber musician, Francesca was in the winning group in the ANAM Chamber Music Competition in 2010 and 2011 and performed in the Asia-Pacific Chamber Music Competition in 2013 with the Auric Quartet. She is a full-time member of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

    Cameron Hill (violin)

    Cameron appears regularly as soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player. He studied with Cathryn Bills, William Hennessy and Alice Waten, with whom he is currently undertaking a Master of Music at the University of Sydney. He has appeared as a soloist with the Melbourne, Tasmanian, Queensland and Canberra Symphony Orchestras. Cameron has also had success in major competitions, winning both the 2005 Dorcas McClean National Violin Competition and the 2006 ABC Symphony Australia Young Performer of the Year Grand Final. He performs with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and recently returned from Japan, where he performed chamber music with Richard Tognetti. In 2012, Cameron appeared as Guest Leader of the Flinders Quartet and as Principal Viola of the ACO2.

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  • Leah Zweck (viola)

    Leah has performed with some of the best orchestras and ensembles in Australia and overseas and has a wealth of experience in classical music, musical theatre and the pop industry. Leahs career has seen her perform regularly with ensembles which include the Sydney, Queensland, Adelaide and Munich Symphony Orchestras, and as soloist with the Australian Ballets Bodytorque series. An active chamber musician, in 2011 she founded the Ensemble Urbane chamber music series in Melbourne. She also has a great deal of experience in non-classical collaborations and has performed at private functions for the Duchess of Kent and the crown Prince and Princess of Denmark.

    Trio Sine NomineMichele Benuzzi (harpsichord)

    Michele Benuzzi obtained the Harpsichord Performance Diploma at the Royal College of Music in London and studied musicology at the University of Pavia. In 2003 he won third prize at the seventeenth Yamanashi International Harpsichord Competition in Japan. He performs in major festivals in Europe, Australia and Asia. He promoted, and played the opera omnia of Domenico Scarlattis Sonatas, which were performed from 1995 to 2002 in France. Michele founded Arcomelo, a group performing seventeenth and eighteenth-century music, and examining baroque music. Michele is now under contract with the label Brilliant Classics. His next project with Brilliant Classics will start in 2015 and will be the complete J. W. Hassler keyboard music in 10 CDs.

    From left: Gianfranco Bortolato, Michele Benuzzi, and Claudia Lopez

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  • Gianfranco Bortolato (oboe)

    Born in Venice, Gianfranco Bortolato began studying oboe at 11 and graduated with honours from B. Marcello Conservatoire in Venice. He studied later in Florence and then at Musk-Akademie der Stadt Basel where he was awarded the Konzerdiplom. In addition, renowned teachers like Maurice Bourgue and Hans Elhorst have contributed to his artistic development. In May 1995 he was a prizewinner in the Concorso nazionale Vittorio Pitzianti for oboe. His performance of A. Doratis Trittico in the US has been the subject of a thesis at the Indiana University. As a soloist Gianfranco has played all over the world. He has been the principal oboe of the Young Italian Philharmonic Orchestra, played at the Orchestra Sinfonica of Sanremo and first oboe with I Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano. He is currently Solo-Oboe of the Orchestra del Teatro dellOpera in Rome.

    Claudia Lopez (violin)

    Born in Guatemala, Claudia Lopez began her musical studies at a young age with her grandfather Manuel Gomez, first oboe at the Symphony Orchestra of Guatemala. She then carried on at the National Conservatory of Music in Guatemala. Afterwards, she studiedin Belgium and at the Antwerp Conservatory. Claudia has participated in various festivals in Puerto Rico and Colombia and in 1991 she joined the Balearic Symphony Orchestra (Palma de Mallorca, Spain) violin section, until she transferred to Rome in 2005 where she now lives. During this time she has collaborated with numerous European orchestras. In 2010 she received her masters degree in art issued by USAC (University San Carlos) of Guatemala. Claudia currently performs freelance with various groups in Rome.

    Trio Sine Nomine

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  • MILDURA LOCATIONS: Cnr 15th St & Walnut Ave 90 Seventh St Cnr Deakin Ave & 13th St Cnr San Mateo Ave & 15th St 240 Tenth St

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  • Dinner: Contact Mildura Brewery 03 5022 298820 Langtree Ave, Mildura www.mildurabrewery.com.au

    THURSDAY 22 JANUARYEnjoy a delicious dinner ($30) from 5:30 7:30PM @ Mildura Brewery. Afterwards make your way to the ADFA building with Italian virtuosi Trio Sine Nomine ($25) BOOKINGS: Concert: Contact Arts Mildura 03 5022 9542

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  • music... a language we can all understand

    National Property, Business, Tax Accounting & Wealth Advisory Group

    Discuss a financial road map for your future in a 2 hour Strategic Consultation Chan & Naylor Southern126 Lime Avenue Mildura VIC 350003 5021 1968 www.chan-naylor.com.au

    Australias fastest growing accounting firm, 2013- BRW

  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTSExecutive Director: Paul LambethArtistic Director: Sergio de PieriAssistant Artistic Director: Domenico de PieriLogistics: Danielle HanifinMarketing: Kerry ThompsonDevelopment: Rohan Morris

    COMMITTEEGeoffrey Brown, Sergio de Pieri, Domenico de Pieri, Philip Shugg, Ron Povey, Alison MacGregor, Cynthia Keenan, Meryl Hale, Chris Riordan

    PATRONSSpecial thanks to the Mills Family of Ampelon Gardens for the location of the opening night.

    CANCELLATIONSIn case of extreme weather conditions, the organisers may cancel or change the location of outdoor performances. For details please visit the Arts Mildura website or phone.

    REFUNDSArts Mildura regrets that it is not possible to refund or exchange on completed bookings unless the event is cancelled.

    VOLUNTEERSWe thank the many volunteers that make this festival happen. If you are interested in volunteering please email: info@artsmildura.com.au

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  • SPONSORS

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    ACCESSEvery effort has been made to ensure that Arts Mildura events are accessible for people who have limited mobility.

    Cover image design, fashion and makeup by Visions MilduraCover photographed by Paul LambethProgram design by Saunders Design GroupProudly printed by Sunnyland Press

    ARTS MILDURA41 Deakin Avenue, Mildura VIC 3500PO Box 1982, Mildura VIC 3502info@artsmildura.com.auPhone: 03 5022 9542 I Fax: 03 5022 8146www.artsmildura.com.au

    Arts Mildura welcomes sponsor and donor enquiries and has DGR (deductible gift

    recipient) status for donations to the festival to be fully tax deductible. For further information or to make a donation contact Arts Mildura on 03 5022 9542

    Art Mildura presents a vibrant program of arts events over a calendar year, made possible by the generosity and vision of our many sponsors and supporters.

    Program details are correct at time of printing but are subject to change where necessary and without notice.

    2014 FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVALJohn Arnold, Fiona Davis, John & Pina Pender, Chris Riordan

    To become a Friend of the Festival, please see Arts Mildura staff at the event or contact the Arts Mildura office.

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