Festival Program


Imagine Me and You: Harry James Angus & Emily Lubitz

Sat 7 Sep, 4pm
RMIT Kaleide Theatre

Harry James Angus is one of the lead musicians in The Cat Empire. His wife, Emily Lubitz of band Tinpan Orange, is also a singer-songwriter. They have three children. How do they juggle their artistic careers with nurturing their family and each other? With Emily Ulman.


1 hour

Session code


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Session Artists

Harry James Angus, the firebrand trumpet-playing vocalist from The Cat Empire, is known for his thrilling live performances and his constant musical re-invention. His dynamo new live project, Struggle With Glory, continues to cross musical boundaries, transporting the classic Greco-Roman myths into a surreal world of old-time jazz and gospel music

Emily Lubitz is best known as the lead singer and song writer of critically acclaimed indie-folk band Tinpan Orange. The band has toured extensively around the country and internationally over the last decade. She is also one half of We Two Thieves, a collaboration between herself and Mama Kin.

Emily Ulman is a multi-talented venue booker, festival programmer, producer, publicist, teacher, musician, radio presenter, podcast enthusiast, AFL Western Bulldogs fanatic and highly respected contributor to the local music community of Melbourne. She is currently the programmer for the Brunswick Music Festival and CHANGES summit.

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