The Melbourne Concert Hall Trailer

The Melbourne Concert Hall Trailer (1982)

27 April 1982 19 mins

Interviews with architects, administrators, interior designers, construction workers and others associated with the construction of the Melbourne Concert Hall. Artists who have performed at the venue also give their opinion of hall. Those interviewed include: Roy Ground, Neil Haysom, Theodore Schultz, Ken Myer, John Truscott and Kenny Christophers. Shows segments from performances by Jackie Love, Cleo Laine, Sylvio Gualdo, Karen Knowles, London Early Music Group, Mondo Rock, the guitarist John Williams, Brian May's Melbourne Showband and conductors Piero Gamba, Patrick Thomas and John Hopkins. Views of Melbourne's skyline capture the Gas and Fuel buildings that were demolished to accommodate Federation Square.

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