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DSO to perform sunset symphony in East Arnhem Land

DSO sunsetStory and images supplied by Jeannette Button

Community members of the remote township of Nhulunbuy are in for a treat next week when the Darwin Symphony Orchestra performs there as part of the 40th anniversary celebrations of the town and Gove Operations.

Well known for taking their music to interesting and vibrant locations, 40 members of the community orchestra will make the 650km trip to Nhulunbuy...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 13:39

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How to have a Naata hanging on your wall

2013 diaryStory and image supplied by Darren Pfitzner

A highly collected artist, Naata Nungurrayi is represented in national and international collections, yet her first solo show was last year. It sold out. The 2013 range of Jukurrpa Calendar and Diaries is a great opportunity to have a work by Naata and other Indigenous artists of Central Australia on your wall or with you personally.

Showcasing the beauty of...

 

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