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LITERARY LYCEUM: Tuesday 2 October 2018

Louise Allan Author of  "The Sisters' Song"

Louise’s début novel, The Sisters’ Song, was published by Allen and Unwin in January 2018. While in development, Louise was awarded a Varuna Residential Fellowship and the manuscript was shortlisted for the 2014 City of Fremantle—TAG Hungerford Award. Louise is the 2018 recipient of the Tina Kane Emergent Writer Award. 

11.30am Morning Tea | 12noon Presentation | 1.00pm Lunch



Anita Clayton: 'Overview of Arthritis, ways to self-manage it and Arthritis & Osteoporosis WA’s services' 

11.30am Morning Tea | 12noon Presentation | 1.00pm Lunch


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Hannah Th'ng in Recital

Hannah Th’ng has played for us two years ago as an accompianist for the Award winning WAPPA singer.  It will be a wonderful event and will bring the clubs Grand Piano to life.

Hannah began her musical journey when she started learning the piano at the age of seven.  However it was not until she was around thirteen and after breaking her finger that she began to take music seriously.  In August 2012 she was accepted into the Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes (Israel) where she has lessons with renowned pianist such as Titiana Zelikman and Ronan O’Hora.  In July 2017, Hannah graduated from the West Australian Academy for Performing Arts with First Class Honours under the tutelage of Anna Sleptsova.

In her graduating year, Hannah was the recipient of the Helen Court/Friends of the Academy Award for the most outstanding final year student as well as the recipient of the prestigious Barbara Macleod Scholarship which will enable her to further studies with the eminent composer, pianist, and pedagogue Professor Larry Sitsky AO.

In the years to come, Hannah looks forward to furthering her studies as a pianist and pedagogue and she would like to take this opportuity to thank you all for your ongoing support to a young aspiring artist.

11.30am Morning Tea | 12noon Presentation | 1.00pm Lunch


travel lyceum: tuesday 23 october 2018

Tim White

Tim White is the Co-ordinator of Classical Music at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. He is a Senior Lecturer in Music, leads WAAPA’s percussion programme, co-ordinates all of WAAPA’s classical ensembles, supervises postgraduate students, and directs the award-winning ‘Defying Gravity’ percussion ensemble.

11.30am Morning Tea | 12noon Presentation | 1.00pm Lunch