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August 2005 Issue
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Coming Events

Thursday, August 4

8pm Evening Concert Series:
"Elder Big Band Meets Morrison" - This year's jazz concert, featuring the Elder Conservatorium Big Band. Conducted by Hal Hall, with special guest artist James Morrison. Elder Hall, North Terrace Campus. Single Tickets on sale at all BASS outlets or Dial'n'Charge 131 246.

Friday, August 5

1.10pm Lunch Hour Concert Series:
Piano Quartet in G minor, Op. 25 by Brahms. Kristian Winther (violin), Keith Crellin (viola), Janis Laurs (cello), Lucinda Collins (piano). Elder Hall, North Terrace Campus. Tickets $5, and available at the door from 12.30 pm.

Saturday August 6

7.30pm Theatre Guild:
Opening night of Saturday, Sunday, Monday by Eduardo de Filippo, directed by Geoff Crowhurst. Little Theatre, North Terrace Campus. Other performances from August 9-13 & 16-20. Tickets $20/$15, and available from the Theatre Guild on 8303 5999.

Tuesday, August 9

8.45am Roseworthy exhibition:
"A Century Partnership with Roseworthy", celebrating the centenary of the official affiliation of Roseworthy Agricultural College and the University of Adelaide. Open between 8.45am-5pm Monday to Friday until September 30, Information Centre, Roseworthy Campus.

Friday, August 12

10am-3.30pm Roseworthy Campus Open Day.
Find out what the Roseworthy Campus does and what programs it offers. Roseworthy Campus.

1.10pm Lunch Hour Concert Series:
String Quintet in C, D956 by Schubert. Margaret Blades (violin), Wendy Heiligenberg (violin), Keith Crellin (viola), Pei-Jee Ng (cello), Pei-Sian Ng (cello). Elder Hall, North Terrace Campus. Tickets $5, and available at the door from 12.30pm.

Sunday, August 14

10am-4pm University of Adelaide Open Day:
Open Day 2005 is an opportunity for the whole family to explore the University campus. North Terrace Campus.

Thursday, August 18

5pm Lloyd Cox Lecture:
Free public lecture, "The Metamorphosis of Man", by Professor Roger Smith (University of Newcastle). To honour the pioneering work of Professor Lloyd Cox, the first Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and founder of the University's Reproductive Unit. Art Gallery of South Australia Auditorium, North Terrace.

Friday, August 19

10am Third Online "Webinar":
"Faculty Development for the Net Generation" - With Anne Moore, Shelli Fowler and John Moore. Centre for Learning and Professional Development (CLPD), for more information visit

1.10pm Lunch Hour Concert Series:
Rondo in B minorby Schubert. Sonata in E flat, Op. 18 by Strauss. Sophie Rowell (violin), and Michael Ierace (piano). Elder Hall, North Terrace Campus. Tickets $5, and available at door from 12.30pm.

Saturday, August 20

6.30pm Evening Concert Series:
"Yiddish Dances" - Elder Conservatorium Wind Orchestra. Robert Hower (conductor), and Fleur Green (soloist). Elder Hall, North Terrace Campus. Tickets on sale at all BASS outlets or Dial'n'Charge on 131 246.

Monday, August 22

5.30pm Urrbrae House Concert:
Friends of Urrbrae House in conjunction with Vivente String Quartet present "Tango and Gypsy in Vienna". Urrbrae House, Waite Campus. Drinks and Refreshments provided. Cost $15 all inclusive. Bookings essential, contact Peggy Rowe 8303 7497.

Tuesday, August 23

7.30pm Don Dunstan Human Rights Oration:
By Professor Martha Nussbaum - Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago, Illinois. Elder Hall, University of Adelaide. Bookings essential. Contact Josie Covino on 8303 3364 or

Friday, August 26

1.10pm Lunch Hour Concert Series:
"Voices of the Spirit", Elder Conservatorium Chorale, Adelaide Voices, and Bella Voce. Conducted by Carl Crossin and Christie Anderson. Elder Hall, North Terrace Campus. Tickets $5, and available at door.

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