Revitalising arts in Regional SA

About HATs

We are an Arts Organisation that undertakes the following in
Clare Valley and Adelaide:-

 

  • Regular Concerts & Events at the Courthouse Cultural Centre in Auburn

  • Clare Valley Carnival of Music Festival (Annual Music Festival)          

  • Bungaree Music Camp at Bungaree Historic Station, Clare Valley 

  • Project Development & Coordination  ( Songs of Adelaide & Songs Of The Mid North)

  • Community Arts Projects : Courthouse Women’s Choir

  • Tour International interstate SA shows to Schools, Libraries and Clubs

  • Advocating body for arts & music in regional areas.

 

What's ON @         Hats 2019

What's on in October at Hats 

                                

                        Where Song began .......A Hats event with a difference 

                         " Where Song began"’ is a musical celebration of 

                          Australia’s birds and how they shaped the world.

           

                                       DATE:     Friday 11th October

                                             TIME:      8 pm

                                     VENUE:  Auburn Courthouse

                           PRICE:    $25.00 pre-booked $30.00 @door 

                      TKS:  bookings @hatsincsa.com  OR T 8849 2420  

[Two of Australia's most adventurous classical musicians, Simone Slattery (violin) and Anthony Albrecht (cello), are performing their beautiful multimedia show, Where Song Began. Based on Tim Low's bestselling book, this performance tells the story of the evolution of the song, featuring music spanning 300 years, stunning visual projections and an immersive soundscape. The experience has been described as "like being sung to by the country".  this 50-minute performance explores the Australian origins of song, ‘the birds that can sing’. Such is their evolutionary significance, ‘one may ask whether human music would have reached the heights it has, had the first songbird not sung in an Australian rain forest.’
The performers: Simone Slattery was a 2018 Churchill Fellow, received a PhD in Music Performance from the University of Adelaide and performs regularly with Australia’s finest ensembles. Anthony Albrecht is an Australian graduate of The Juilliard School’s Historical Performance program and enjoys an international career.
Performance length: 60 minutes without interval, including a Q&A

Doors will open at 7:30 pm for an 8:00 pm concert.
ABC Radio National Feature: https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/offtrack/where-song-began/9811914  

Another Not to be missed October Concert

DATE:                    Friday, October 18th

TIME:                                8 pm

VENUE:              Hats Auburn Courthouse

PRICE:                     $23.00 pre-booked $25.00 @door          

TKS                     e bookings@hatsincsa.com

                                       T 8849 2420

Born to a family of Tibetan nomads Tenzin Choegyal proudly continues the unbroken nomadic lineage which is central to his musical repertoire. With 9 albums to his credit he has performed at "Womad" Carnegie Hall Sydney Opera House so why not The Auburn Courthouse. Tenzin comes to Auburn to share his Tibetan story of what it really means in being human through his timeless and ethereal music and song.A truly amazing opportunity to see this fabulous performer up close and personal so book early for this one it is proving to be VERY popular

 

 

November at Hats 

DATE:                    Friday, September 13th

TIME:                                8 pm

VENUE:              Hats Auburn Courthouse

PRICE:                               TBC

TKS                     e bookings@hatsincsa.com

                                       T 8849 2420

Dusty Feet Mob is an Aboriginal dance group from Port Augusta, South Australia aged between six and thirty-one years. Dusty Feet Mob is more than just a dance group. They are a community that nurtures strength, confidence and dignity
As a group, through song and dance in a contemporary setting, they pass on stories to the wider community of Aboriginal culture – the oldest living culture in the world. Dusty Feet Mob is a community that builds a connection to culture, language, community and country through dance.
Dusty Feet Mob knows that storytelling through dance and song is a powerful way of celebrating Aboriginal identity, culture and connection to country.
Dusty Feet Mob has a significant impact on all who experience their performances. They have performed and run workshops all across the country So please join us for a wonderful afternoon of cultural entertainment brought to you by Hats Inc & CGVC.

Hats Fringe in the Valley. Three super past Events!

                    February -March 2019

 Some of our beautiful Hats Volunteers  in 2018/19

 The Hats team picks up another award in January 2018                                          

  For their" Hats Fringe In The Valley program"                                                   Adelindo Angklung  (Bamboo Orchestra) Plays at Hats

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 Photos from previous Bungaree Music Camps
 with special guests Bruce Watson/Jeffrey Graham/Warren Fahey


HATs newsletters

If you are keen to find out more about what is being presented by HATs, we welcome you to signup to our monthly newsletters. You will then know all of the exciting projects we have on offer and be the first to be notified of special events.

 

Catch up on 2019 newsletters here

Jan 2019

Feb 2019

March/April 2019

May 2019

June 2019

July 2019

August 2019

 

 

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