INAS Global Games 2019 - Arts and culture program
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INAS Global Games 2019 - Arts and culture program

Date & time
Thu 17 Oct 2019
12:00pm to 3:00pm
Add to Calendar 2019-10-17 12:00 2019-10-17 15:00 Australia/Brisbane INAS Global Games 2019 - Arts and culture program Enjoy the arts and culture program as part of the INAS Global Games 2019. <strong>Event schedule:</strong><br /><ul> <li>12pm - Gathering: Chris Tamwoy</li> <li>1.30pm - Kooralbyn</li> <li>2.30pm - Kooralbyn 2nd set</li> </ul> <strong>About the performers</strong> Chris Tamwoy - Chris is a self-taught guitarist with a unique playing style and sound. Spending his childhood with his family in the Torres Strait Islands, he now resides in Brisbane, Australia, and travels nationally and internationally with his music, as a proud ambassador for his Culture and Country. Kooralbyn - A unique collaboration between culturally diverse Queensland artists including Tenzin Choegyal (Tibetan musician / singer), Andrew Veivers (Spanish Guitar), Rebecca Karlen (Violin/Vocals) and John Reeves (Piano Accordion). Time and activity is a subject to change. <strong>More information about the games</strong> From 12-19 October, more than 1000 athletes from 50 countries will converge on Brisbane to participate in the world's largest sporting event for elite athletes with an intellectual impairment. Athletes will compete in 10 sports including Table Tennis, Athletics and Swimming which are internationally sanctioned and a pathway to qualifiying for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics. Held once every four years, this will be the first time that the Games have taken place in the Asia Pacific region. For more information and to purchase your tickets to the games, visit <a href="https://gg2019.org/" target="_blank">INAS Global Games</a>. Queen Street Mall, Queen Street, Brisbane City
Age

All ages

Cost

Free

Enjoy the arts and culture program as part of the INAS Global Games 2019.

Event schedule:

  • 12pm - Gathering: Chris Tamwoy
  • 1.30pm - Kooralbyn
  • 2.30pm - Kooralbyn 2nd set

About the performers

Chris Tamwoy - Chris is a self-taught guitarist with a unique playing style and sound. Spending his childhood with his family in the Torres Strait Islands, he now resides in Brisbane, Australia, and travels nationally and internationally with his music, as a proud ambassador for his Culture and Country.

Kooralbyn - A unique collaboration between culturally diverse Queensland artists including Tenzin Choegyal (Tibetan musician / singer), Andrew Veivers (Spanish Guitar), Rebecca Karlen (Violin/Vocals) and John Reeves (Piano Accordion).

Time and activity is a subject to change.

More information about the games

From 12-19 October, more than 1000 athletes from 50 countries will converge on Brisbane to participate in the world's largest sporting event for elite athletes with an intellectual impairment.

Athletes will compete in 10 sports including Table Tennis, Athletics and Swimming which are internationally sanctioned and a pathway to qualifiying for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.

Held once every four years, this will be the first time that the Games have taken place in the Asia Pacific region.

For more information and to purchase your tickets to the games, visit INAS Global Games.

Bookings

No bookings required.

Venue

Queen Street Mall, Queen Street, Brisbane City

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