Report to the Community 2010 - Page 7

On With the Show From 8 to 23 October 2010, Melbourne was a vision in neon purple and pulsed with the best in contemporary arts as Melbourne Festival took centre stage for its 25th year. In an unparalleled feast of theatre, music, dance, opera, visual arts, multimedia and outdoor events, some of the finest creative minds of our times came together from near and far to dazzle the city with the following works of art: Dance Adapting For Distortion & Haptic – Hiroaki Umeda come, been and gone – Michael Clark Company K@osmos – Grupo Puja! Northern Trax - A.R.A.B. (Anti Racism Action Band Youth Ensemble) Pop-Up Project Tomorrow, in a year – Hotel Pro Forma, Music by The Knife Vertical Road – Akram Khan Company Hiroaki Umeda – Haptic photo: Shin Yamagata Music Calder Quartet Carnival of Mysteries – Finucane & Smith en masse – Genevieve Lacey and Marc Silver epi-thet – Madeleine Flynn, Tim Humphrey and Jesse Stevens K@osmos – Grupo Puja! Magpie Blues – Ursula Yovich Noises in my Head – John Cale Northern Trax – A.R.A.B. (Anti Racism Action Band Youth Ensemble) Pop-Up Project Richter/Meinhof-Opera – David Chesworth Seven Songs to Leave Behind Soak + The Hollow Air – Australian Art Orchestra Stifters Dinge – Heiner Goebbels Thomas Adès & Calder Quartet Thomas Adès & Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Adès @ ANAM Pateras & Adès Tomorrow, in a year – Hotel Pro Forma, Music by The Knife When Past and Future Collide – John Cale with Band and Orchestra Victoria John Cale – When Past and Future Collide photo: Carla Gottgens Melbourne Festival – Annual Report 2010 Page 7