Upcoming Events

KRIMSONE: MelancholaholicOpens Thursday 2 June, 6-8pmExhibition continues to Monday 6 June

Come take part in the opening night of Krimsone’s latest solo show “Melancholaholic”.  Immerse yourself in the latest artworks from Krimsone and enjoy some refreshments supplied by our sponsor Young Henrys.
This is a free event!

The Winter Collective :: Art meets Music

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL ON NOW – ALL TICKETS $30

Peach Black Gallery is thrilled to announce a long weekend of music and art. Four beautifully diverse concerts over four Winter days in June.

Thursday, Friday & Saturday // Doors 6.30pm, Concert: 7.00pm
Sunday //Doors 1.30pm, Concert: 2.00pm
$35 per concert, or $120 for all four concerts – book under the “Howard Subscription”

THE WINTER COLLECTIVEConcert 1: Inês & Angela RoseroThursday 16 June, doors 6.30pm

Two powerhouse femmes join forces for the first time ever to bring a night of soulful Latin sounds to Peach Black, opening up the four-night Winter Collective. 
Angela Rosero, front woman of nationally acclaimed Latin orchestra Cumbiamuffin, joins Sydney’s soul/R&B goddess Ines, who has recently toured with the likes of Thundermentals and Matt Corby, for one night only, weaving their respective sounds together. Having each just performed at Sydney Festival with their respective shows, the ladies will be joined onstage by a trio ensemble of made up of Clarinet, Guitar and Percussion, treating the audience to a night of fused sounds and beautiful harmonies.
Accompanied by :
Carlos Arango – Guitar
Sebastián Cańas – Clarinet
Fernando Coloma – Percussion

THE WINTER COLLECTIVEConcert 2: Julia Johnson Friday 17 June, doors 6.30pm

Julia Johnson is an Australian singer, songwriter, producer and multi instrumentalist. Her voice has been compared to Florence Welch, Joni Mitchell, Bat For Lashes, and even a ‘treacherous mountain river’. On stage, Johnson’s warm presence and unpredictable banter usher you in to her folk-tinged musical universe, where she brandishes antique folk instruments with exceptional and unusual techniques. 

Julia is a TripleJ Unearthed awarded songwriter who has supported iconic Australian artists including Courtney Barnett, Tim Rogers, Jen Cloher, Bob Evans, and Pete Murray as well as performing at folk and contemporary music festivals such as National Folk Festival and Groovin The Moo.

Love the way this one swells up and up, and also the blend of the autoharp with more modern production; really pretty.
– Zan Rowe – ABC

THE WINTER COLLECTIVEConcert 3: Novo FadoSaturday 18 June, doors 6.30pm

Saturday night the audience will be transported to Portugal with the sounds of Fado Music – both traditional and contemporary styles performed by two groups – Alma Orquestra and Fado duo Ricardo da Silva and Sonia de Freitas.  

Ricardo da Silva is a Fado singer who has a passion for his cultural heritage and music. He moved to Sydney from his homeland, Portugal, in 2004 and has been sharing his love of Fado with Australian audiences, moving them with his expression of saudade, for many years. Sonia de Freitas is a pianist originally from South Africa who shares Portuguese heritage with Ricardo. Together they form a duo reveling in the stories of their heritage and exploring new interpretations of Fado inspired by global artists such as Camané, Carlos do Carmo and Amália Rodrigues

Alma Orquestra perform their imaginative interpretations of Portuguese Fado and folk tunes of the Iberian Peninsula. Their originals draw inspiration from  Portuguese styles and are infused with elements of jazz, pop and classical music. From traditional to modern and original Portuguese song, Alma Orquestra’s music tells a story and embodies a unique sound and freshness, capturing the curiosity of their listeners and taking them on new and soulful journeys. Alma Orquestra wowed audiences across the country when they featured on SBS’s Destination Flavour urovision with Adam Liaw.

THE WINTER COLLECTIVEConcert 4: Eishan EnsembleSunday 19 June, doors 1.30pm

Sunday afternoon hosts Aria nominated Eishan Ensemble Led by acclaimed Persian-Australian tar player and composer, Hamed Sadeghi.

Drawing on contemporary and classical music traditions of both east and west, Eishan’s repertoire consists predominantly of Sadeghi’s original compositions with diverse improvisatory idioms featured powerfully. Variously described as “Persian chamber jazz” and “Middle-Eastern jazz fusion”, Eishan defies neat labels.

Sadeghi’s psychedelic virtuosity is joined by the individual talents of Michael Avgenicos on saxophone and Pedram Layegh on guitar to create the layered and sophisticated soundscapes of Eishan.

Formed in 2016 and currently based in Sydney – Australia, Eishan has toured internationally and nationally for numerous times and performed at the most well-known festivals and concert halls. They have been a nominated for ARIA Awards and APRA Art Music Awards 2021.

Regular Life DrawingMonday (Online) 6-8pm, Wednesday 6-8pm, Saturday 10-12pmLife Drawing sessions 3 times a week

Join Peach Black Drawing Club, for life drawing sessions in the beautiful setting of Peach Black Gallery with fellow art lovers! 

Monday nights we offer online life drawing through the Zoom platform, for just $12 a session. Wednesday and Saturdays are in person at the gallery.

Wednesday evenings  include  a complimentary glass of wine. Saturdays include complimentary tea and coffee.

Peach Black Drawing Club is open to all levels, from first timers to experienced artists. No drawing experience necessary.  

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