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Best of the week: What to see, hear and do from February 7-14

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9

MUSIC Estonian composer Arvo Pärt’s double concerto for two violins, Tabula Rasa (until February 14), featuring artistic director Richard Tognetti and principal violinist Satu Vänskä, heralds Australian Chamber Orchestra’s first concert of the year. 8pm, City Recital Hall, 2 Angel Place, Sydney, aco.com.au

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10

FILM Australian-Chilean director Matias Bolla’s film Campesinos, exploring the isolated lives of Patagonian cowboys, launches Made In The West Shorts (until March 10), Riverside’s festival of Western Sydney filmmakers and stories. Noon, online, free, riversideparramatta.com.au

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11

MUSIC Join virtuoso didgeridoo player William Barton’s curated evening of film, music and performance, including his performance of a tribute to his mother, with collaborator and violinist Véronique Serret. 5pm, Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris Street, Ultimo, free, maas.museum

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12

FESTIVAL Infiltrate No Show (until March 7), 11 artist-led projects from more than 50 Australian artists staged within a purpose-built demountable structure and ranging from installations, performances, screenings and writers’ residencies. 10am-5pm, Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh, free, carriageworks.com.au

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13

MUSIC Techno-pop back to the 1980s with Who’s That Girl?, Irish singer Clodagh Reid’s transportive celebration of Annie Lennox’s trailblazing voice and androgynous aesthetic in the Eurythmics. 8pm, Hayden Orpheum, 380 Military Road, Cremorne, $65, orpheum.com.au

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