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ADE­LAIDE

Mu­sic: French pi­ano vir­tu­oso and teacher Jean- Paul Sevilla is this year’s guest artistin- res­i­dence for the Fes­ti­val of Ac­com­pa­nists. With Ade­laide Sym­phony Orches­tra con­cert­mas­ter Ter­ence Tam he will per­form a lunchtime recital fol­lowed by a mas­ter­class at Pil­grim Church, 12 Flin­ders St, on July 11. Book­ings: ( 08) 8431 6030; www. ac­com­pa­nist. org. au.

CAN­BERRA

Vis­ual art: The Ge­orge Lam­bert ret­ro­spec­tive, He­roes and Icons, is the most com­pre­hen­sive show­ing of Lam­bert’s work for more than 50 years, from his Aus­tralian bush sub­jects to Ed­war­dian por­traits and fig­ure groups, sparkling oil sketches, bat­tle paint­ings and large sculp­tures. Lam­bert lived be­tween 1873 and 1930 and cap­tured some quin­tes­sen­tial Aus­tralian images. Na­tional Gallery of Aus­tralia, un­til Septem­ber 16. In­quiries: ( 02) 6240 6502.

DAR­WIN

Mu­sic: The Sev­enth Dar­win In­ter­na­tional Gui­tar Fes­ti­val fea­tures 35 per­form­ers and groups. In­ter­na­tional guests in­clude com­poser and per­former Gen­til Mon­tana from Colom­bia, classical gui­tarist Ed­uardo Fer­nan­dez from Uruguay and the young Libra Gui­tar Quar­tet from South Korea. The pro­gram in­cludes recitals, lec­tures, demon­stra­tions and mas­ter­classes. Dar­win En­ter­tain­ment Cen­tre, Charles Dar­win Univer­sity and other venues. Un­til July 14. Book­ings: ( 08) 8946 6860; www. dar­win­gui­tar. com.

MELBOURNE

Dance: The en­tire Syd­ney Dance Com­pany will per­form in Ever Af­ter Ever , out­go­ing direc­tors Graeme Mur­phy and Janet Ver­non’s trib­ute to Melbourne. The pro­gram in­cludes the world pre­miere of Short Sto­ries , Carl Vine’s Anne Landa Pre­ludes and a se­lec­tion from other works: Tivoli , Air and Other In­vis­i­ble Forces , El­lipse and Ber­lin . The Arts Cen­tre, State Theatre, un­til July 14. Book­ings: 136 100.

MORN­ING­TON, VIC­TO­RIA

Vis­ual art: Rose­bud is an ex­hi­bi­tion of Matthew Sleeth’s large- for­mat pho­to­graphic prints of life at the car­a­van site where he spent many of his child­hood hol­i­days. Fam­i­lies re­turned year af­ter year and a sense of com­mu­nity re­mained, Sleeth wrote. He also cap­tured un­der­ly­ing bore­dom and slight men­ace. Morn­ing­ton Penin­sula Re­gional Gallery, un­til Au­gust 19. In­quiries: ( 03) 5975 4395.

SYD­NEY

Theatre: Chris Tay­lor’s com­edy Dead Cae­sar will have to­gas in a flap. A mem­ber of the ABC’s Chaser team, Tay­lor has taken the po­lit­i­cal tragedy of Julius Cae­sar and loaded it with con­tem­po­rary ref­er­ences. Wharf 2 Theatre, Syd­ney, un­til July 28. Book­ings: ( 02) 9250 1777.

Wartime courtship: Ge­orge Lam­bert’s Bal­cony of the troop­ers’ ward, 14th Aus­tralian Gen­eral Hospi­tal, Ab­bassia,

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