Your weekend in Melbourne September 14 to 15



CLASSICAL Renowned Australian cellists Josephine Vains, Molly Kadarauch, Rohan de Korte and Kalina Krusteva formed the group CellOZ in 2018 to fight the stigma that classical music was too “serious” and “boring”. This fun show features new arrangements of classical music, jazz, Broadway and rock’n’roll including Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, Gershwin’s The Man I Love and a selection of Bach’s cello suites. Saturday, 8pm, Kew Court House, 188 High Street, Kew, $27-$32, 92784770,


POP Elizabeth has released her debut single, parties, described as “a heartbreak banger designed for sad girls”. In a similar sonic vein to the heartbroken pop of Lykke Li, Sky Ferreira and Lana Del Rey, the track is about surrounding yourself with strangers at parties to fill the emotional void. Her debut album, The Wonderful World of Nature, will be out November 1. Saturday, 8.30pm, Northcote Social Club, 301 High Street, Northcote, $15, 94893917,

Gordon Koang.

POP Gordon Koang hails from the Upper Nile region of what is now South Sudan. Accompanied by his cousin, Paul Biel, his original compositions are performed in English, Arabic and his native language, Nuer. Following his single Stand Up (Clap Your Hands), he launches new track Asylum Seeker, which praises asylum seekers in Australia for their courage and patience in seeking permanent residency. Supported by ALIEN and Rara Zulu. Saturday, 8pm, the Tote Hotel, corner of Johnston and Wellington streets, Collingwood, $16.50, 94195320,

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