Brilliance & Energy Jazz Concert

Brilliance and Energy!

ANDREW CASEY with 5 SIDED CUBE
featuring guest vocalist LAUREN HENDERSON

Sunday 28 August, 3–4 pm
Lifeflow Studio

Thrill to the music of up and coming young jazz pianist and composer ANDREW CASEY featured with his fabulous five-piece band 5 SIDED CUBE. 

Featuring guest vocalist LAUREN HENDERSON

Growing up in a musical family on the banks of the Murray River, Andrew Casey is an accomplished pianist and composer based in Adelaide. Andrew performs a diverse range of music including jazz, Latin and other contemporary forms of music and has a particular interest in the music of Frank Zappa.  His debut album of original music with his own band 5 Sided Cube is set to be released later this year.  Andrew is constantly striving to fulfil his creative potential as a musician—please enjoy this concert as the latest manifestation of his striving.  

Just to show he can play more than jazz he will also perform Debussy’s tour de force—Toccata, a stunning virtuoso piece of piano music.

Not only is Andrew one of the most brilliant pianists of his generation, he’s also a lyrical composer and beautiful arranger.’
Mark Ferguson, Head of Jazz Elder Conservatorium

Lauren Henderson

The concert will also feature acclaimed vocalist Lauren Henderson—singer, composer, actor and teacher. Some of our members may remember her amazing voice from Lifeflow’s Female Fireballs concert in 2013. She won the National Jazz Awards in 2020 and has performed with Robyn Archer, Anna Goldsworthy and The Lost and Found Orchestra . Lauren is currently teaching in the Jazz School at the Elder Conservatorium.

A voice to watch for.’
The Advertiser

THE INDEPENDENT WEEKLY

Sunday 28th August, 3–4 pm

Refreshments will be served after the concert.

Tickets 
General admission – $40
Members – $36

Lifeflow Studio
8/259 Glen Osmond Rd, Frewville
Plenty of onsite parking available

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SALA

SALA LIMINAL SPACE

About the Exhibition

Working with geometric forms and the abstract spatial relationship between form, colour and space this collection of textile works explores the notion of liminality and transitory states.

Having worked as a designer & maker the artist embodies a deep interest in the current contemporary landscape and social fabric, and explores this in abstract form through rug making techniques.

Reflecting on the past year where the world as we knew it slowed or stopped, time and place became intangible as our collective mindset grappled with the realisation that we were no longer in the world we once knew, nor on the path we thought we were traveling. We are betwixt and between. We are in liminal space.

This exhibition Liminal Space seeks to provide an opportunity to experience the quality of ambiguity, to question the states of existence and to redefine the boundaries of identity in this pivotal transitory period in time.

About the Artist

Thank you to our local sponsors

Wines by Adelaide Hills Artisan Winery, Mr & Mrs Robinson Co.

Catering by FEED ME by Drakes.

sala sponsors

Exploring the notion of liminality and transitory states through the application of rug making techniques, don’t miss

 LIMINAL SPACE 

Closing Night 

Friday 10 September, 6.30 pm – 8 pm

Complimentary cocktail food, wine & refreshments 
Piano performance by Mark Ferguson
Free admission

RSVP ESSENTIAL limited capacity: book your ticket here

Lifeflow Studio
8/259 Glen Osmond Rd, Frewville

Free car parking cnr of Avenue Rd & North St, access via Avenue Rd, or plenty of on street parking

CFS Bushfire Fundraiser

CFS Bushfire Fundraiser Event

Lifeflow Meditation Centre

CFS Bushfire Fundraiser

Dr Graham Williams, Lifeflow Director presents

‘Keeping cool in the heat of the moment’

followed by a guided meditation

100% of proceeds go to Lifeflow’s local Country Fire Service:

 Nairne CFS

A crisis brings us face to face with the main purpose of meditation. This is to develop the ability to keep our minds calm in the heat of the moment.

DR GRAHAM WILLIAMS

“A crisis brings us face to face with the main purpose of meditation. This is to develop the ability to keep our minds calm in the heat of the moment. We are then more able to see clearly, feel deeply and respond skilfully.

When an event, like the recent bushfires, hits us out of the blue, we need all the resources we can muster to deal with it. And being able to be mentally and emotionally steady is such an important one.”

This is a wonderful chance for the Lifeflow community to say thank you and give back to the Nairne CFS. 100% of the proceeds from the event will go towards purchasing additional equipment that can be used in the field. They are currently looking at purchasing a thermal imaging camera and a positive pressure fan.

Additional donations will be accepted on the night and a raffle will also be held. Don’t forget to bring some extra gold coins for the raffle 😊

Thursday 20 February

5.45 pm Light refreshments provided by Kerrie McNeil of Two Hills and a Creek. 

6–7 pm Presentation with Dr Graham Williams ‘Keeping cool in the heat of the moment’ followed by guided meditation

General admission – $30 pp

Additional donations will be accepted on the night and a raffle will also be held.

Lifeflow Studio
8/259 Glen Osmond Rd, Frewville
Plenty of onsite parking available

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