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Southbank set to soar in music week

16 Sep 2013

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The first round of performances has been announced for Melbourne Music Week and it is already clear that Southbank and its various venues will be at the centre of the week-long festival.

Already the Melbourne Recital Centre and Birrarung Marr have been named as venues hosting events, the latter holding the opening night on Friday, November 15.

The Recital Centre will have a distinctly international feel for its performance, hosting a collaboration between German Pantha du Prince and Norwegian The Bell Laboratory (pictured above).

The music week is the result of a collaboration of 90 different event partners and Lord Mayor Robert Doyle said he was looking forward to the mid-November event.

“Melbourne Music Week is a great celebration of Melbourne’s world-renowned music scene and a unique event that supports and works with the local industry,” Cr Doyle said.

“This year’s program has 110 events, half of which are free, with 230 artists across 60 city locations.”

Melbourne Music Week will run from November 15 to November 24. For more details head to the website www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/mmw

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