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FIM NEWSLETTER of 25 June 2021
Redundant Injustice: The Senseless Firing of Opera Australia Musicians

No Opera Australia without us!

By Bruce Ridge (originally published on the ICSOM website)

As Bill Bryson noted in his book In a Sunburned Country, life cannot offer many places finer to stand than Circular Quay in Sydney. The glistening panorama of Sydney Harbour and the stunning Harbour Bridge is anchored by one of the most recognizable and iconic buildings ever imagined, the Sydney Opera House. The Opera House was designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, whose dream faced constant criticism, delays, and political attacks that would lead him to resign his post in 1966, never to return to Australia, and never to see his greatest creation. […]
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