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Raindance Trio at Cummins House


Raindance perform Anne Cawrse and W.A. Divertimento in E flat major, K.563 – View the program (PDF)

Announcing a special concert at historic Cummins House, in partnership with the Department of Energy and Water, featuring the Raindance Trio. The concert features a work by Adelaide composer Anne Cawrse Ulterior Motives and W.A. Mozart Divertimento in E flat major, K. 563.

Combining our two loves of supporting emerging artists with opportunity and activating heritage locations with music, we are excited to welcome you this new brand new concert initiative.

There will be 2 performances – the first at 10:00AM and the second at 2:30PM – and strictly limited audience ticketsare available for both concerts. Your ticket also includes a light morning or afternoon tea and an opportunity to visit Cummins house. Additionally, the afternoon performance will be live streamed via the Recitals Australia website.

Due to COVID restrictions, tickets will NOT be available at the door.


About Cummins House
23 Sheoak Ave, Novar Gardens SA 5040

Cummins House is an important State heritage place in the South Australian Heritage Register. It is located in Novar Gardens in the western beachside suburbs of Adelaide and is one of South Australia’s earliest extant buildings. It was the residence of South Australian pioneer and politician John Morphett, purpose-built for him and lived in by five generations of the Morphett family until sold to the State Government in the 1970s.

How to get there:
Limited On-Site carparking is available on-grounds, and plenty of free on-street carparking is available on Sheoak Avenue and surrounding streets.  Note: Cummins House has limited wheelchair accessibility. Public Transport is available via Bus 167 or 168 to Pine Avenue or Buses J8 or H20 along Morphett Road each with a walk to Sheoak Ave.