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POSTCARDS • Minokō House Concert

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Join us for an intimate house concert on beautiful Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), as Lotte Betts-Dean, Libby Myers and Alex Raineri come together for POSTCARDS.

POSTCARDS explores our many complex and varied relationships to home, to travel, and to the places in our lives. This new collaborative project brings together three of Australia's most exciting artists, UK-based mezzo-soprano and recent Royal Philharmonic Society Awards winner, Lotte Betts-Dean, and in-demand Magandjin/Brisbane artists Libby Myers (guitar) and Alex Raineri (piano). Weaving together works old and new from art song to bossa nova, the concert centres around the world premiere of Postcards by Queensland-born composer Connor D’Netto, a song-cycle reflecting on what “home” can mean to us, settings new texts by Australian artists Aunty Delmae Barton, Megan Steller, Mathew Klotz, Han Reardon-Smith, and Kezia Yap.

Doors open at 6:30PM 
Share a pre-concert glass of wine, courtesy of your hosts.

Concert start time: 7:00PM 
Concert duration approx. 100mins including a short interval

Tickets for this concert are Pay-What-You-Can-Afford, minimum $25. We encourage those of you with the means to do so to pay more, directly supporting the artists involved while keeping this concert it accessible. There is an allocation of discounted and free tickets available for First Nations people and any people who can't afford the ticket price. To access these tickets, please contact us.

About Minokō

On Quandamooka Country, Minokō is the Wolfe family island home located on the ridgeline of the old Point Lookout lighthouse, North Stradbroke Island. We invite friends to enjoy the space and views as well as the talent of visiting musicians as we host a series of House Concerts each year. Minokō House Concerts explore a range of musical genres and feature our Kawai baby grand piano. 

Address: Point Lookout, North Stradbroke Island (full address on purchase of tickets)

AccessibilityUnfortunately, Minokō is not wheelchair accessible: there is a flight of steps to enter the concert space.



We acknowledge the Quandamooka people, Traditional Owners of the lands on which we perform – lands on which First Nations communities have been creating and sharing music, art and culture for thousands of generations. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and I recognise the vital contributions First Nations communities continue to make in music and art. This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through Music Australia and Creative Australia, its principal arts investment and advisory body.

This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

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