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BACH to the BUSH BACH to the BUSH
Novocastrian cellist Anthony Albrecht performs at Qdos ARTS, Lorne as part of his ongoing 'Bach to the Bush' concert series. An outstanding young musician of international renown, Anthony is a recent graduate of The Juilliard School's prestigious Historical Performance program which he attended on full scholarship, and is currently based in London as a Guildhall School of Music and Drama Research Scholar. Anthony returns to Australia regularly for performances with Pinchgut Opera and the Australian Haydn Ensemble, and has recorded for ABC Classics and VIA Records (New York City). "Fluent and virtuosic..." The Sydney Morning Herald, 2016 In this two-hour concert selections from J.S. Bach's stunning suites for solo cello are interspersed with other short, early works for the instrument and discussion of the historical and cultural context of this timeless music. ... Sunday 25 June at 4:00pm
Nine artists from the Western Region of Victoria joined together to present in this exhibition features of a wide range of Natural History subjects in a contemporary vision. The artworks focus on accuracy, and detail, the actual theme subjects and enlargements are contained in a same size window space without compromising aspects of design, all these artworks come together as one. 25th June - 9th July
Qdos Arts is the epicentre of the vibrant arts scene in Lorne. What began as a studio, then a gallery, cafe and sculpture park to celebrate the visual, performing and gourmet arts has grown into a complete respite for creative souls with master classes, even Japanese-inspired treehouses to stay.

Owner/Artist Graeme Wilkie whose appreciation for the tranquility of the Japanese aesthetic led him to develop this unique concept of a 'living art' experience in a quintessential Australian bush setting.

Light is also a theme in the gallery with lofty rooflines and glass to draw in the bushland views. Leading artists are represented and the visual feast is matched by the creative gourmet offerings of the café.

The grounds form a natural amphitheatre watched over by the gallery and treehouses, in which major sculptural works blend with towering eucalyptus, a stillness pervades the 'Monet' style pond visited by a myriad of bird and wild life.

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