Article Written by Jason Allen - CX Magazine August issue 2014
Anyone familiar with Adelaide knows what a huge aesthetic change the recently completed redevelopment of Adelaide Oval has been to the heart of the city. CX’s resident ex-Croweater Jason Allen dropped in on the old town to find out it’s not just the outside that’s been radically updated...
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Project: The Windsong Pavilion - architect designed, 160 seat multipurpose Concert Hall in Bermagui, NSW.
The small town of Bermagui lies in the far south of NSW, on the Sapphire Coast. Down a narrow country road just nine kilometres from the town, a stunning natural amphitheatre known as Nature’s Concert Hall hosts the biennial Four Winds Festival, a celebration of classical and world music.
Gathering the Four Winds
The festival is held over Easter and for the last 21 years has attracted major international and Australian artists. Past festivals have hosted high-calibre ensembles such as The Australian String Quartet, influential composers like Terry Riley and virtuoso soloists including Slava Grigoryan. Commensurate with its award-winning reputation, the last two festivals have been broadcast by ABC Classic FM.