It’s a nostalgic November at Bunjil Place

Bunjil Place is set to come alive this November with a series of exciting, up-close-and-personal, one-off performances. The month of music will feature acclaimed artist Lior, supported by Domini Forster, Songbird: A Musical Tribute to Eva Cassidy performed by Anouska Taylor, and a musical homage to Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Clapton with Something In The Way She Moves.

Known for his dynamic performances, Lior is set to take the stage on Tuesday 27 November for an intimate evening featuring a live rendition of his new album ‘Between You and Me’ and songs from his debut album ‘Autumn Flow’. Lior burst onto the Australian music scene in 2005, with his album becoming one of the most successful independent debuts in Australia.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Tickets: Adult $48. Senior or Pensioner $40. Student $30.

The talented Anouska Taylor and seven piece band will bring the iconic hits of Eva Cassidy back to life on Friday 9 November in Songbird: A Musical Tribute to Eva Cassidy. Anouska Taylor will dazzle audiences as she revisits Cassidy’s truly unique interpretations of jazz, blues, soul, gospel and folk classics. The lively show celebrates the great American vocalist and guitarist, and shows why Eva Cassidy sold over 4 million records worldwide.                                                                              Tickets: Adult $59

The Beatles cover band Come Together and Dave McFarlane’s Clapton Chronicles will join forces with the Casey Philharmonic Orchestra to deliver an eclectic evening filled with the iconic love songs of Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Clapton. For a musical homage to these rock legends don’t miss Something In The Way She Moves on Friday 9 November.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Tickets: Adult $59. Pensioner or Full Time Student $49. Children under 16 $15.