Canberra International Music Festival

Free entry!

CIMF returns to Belconnen with a world of music for all tastes: anything from Balinese gamelan to Persian music or the contemporary riffs of Ike (from) Pluto.  Local groups mingle with visiting artists from across Australia. First Nations artists set the tone, including the extraordinary Māori performer Horomona Horo.

1pm – 5pm Johnny Huckle

Children’s entertainer, aka Mr Wombat Wobbles

Theatre Foyer

1pm Louise Devenish, vibraphone

‘Coral Speak’ –  an audio-visual performance

Rehearsal Room

1.30pm Ruben Palma, cello

Classic solo cello

Dance Studio

1.30pm Sekar Langit

Balinese gamelan 

Belco Arts Theatre

2pm  Louise Devenish, vibraphone

‘Coral Speak’ – an audio-visual performance

Rehearsal Room

2.30pm Sekar Langit 

Balinese gamelan

Belco Arts Theatre

2.30pm Māori Welcome

Tumanako Māori Cultural Group led by Isaac and Trish Cotter

Generator Gallery

3pm Ruben Palma, cello

Classic solo cello

Dance Studio

3pm Theo Carbo, electric guitar

Cutting edge contemporary jazz

Rehearsal room

3.30pm Horomona Horo, taonga pūoro 

Celebrated proponent of Māori music

Belco Arts Theatre

4pm Eric Avery, violin/voice

Eric Kabi Marrawuy Mumbulla plays and sings in Ngiyampaa language

Generator Gallery

4.30pm Anna McDonald, kamancheh

Classic Persian music

Dance Studio

5pm Jeremy Sun, piano

Young piano virtuoso

Generator Gallery

5pm Ike (from) Pluto

Local hip-hop artist

Belco Arts Theatre

5.30pm Luminescence Children’s Choir

Canberra’s finest treble choir led by AJ America

Generator Gallery

6pm  Ike (from) Pluto

Local hip-hop artist and rising star

Belco Arts Theatre

Horomona Horo appears with the support of the High Commission of New Zealand.

Sekar Langit appears courtesy of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia and in association with the ANU School of Music.

Anna McDonald appears courtesy of the ANU School of Music.

Louise Devenish appears courtesy of Monash University.

Jeremy Sun appears courtesy of the Theme&Variations Foundation.

  • April 30, 2022 1pm – 7pm
  • Belconnen Arts Centre, 118 Emu Bank, Belconnen ACT 2617
  • General Admission $free, Concession $free
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