The building is open to the public from:
Monday to Friday: 9.45 am to 4.30 pm
Sunday: midday to 4.00 pm
Normal Court sitting hours are from:
10.15 am to 12.45 pm and 2.15 pm to 4.15 pm
The building is closed on public holidays. Admission to the High Court building is free of charge.
2013 Sittings Calendar (PDF - 381k) (HTML)
COZMO choir Sunday 26 May 2013 at 2:30pm
COZMO (Capital of OZ-tralia MandOlinata!) is a Canberra based ensemble of plucked stringed (‘Zupforchester’) instruments – mandolin, mandola, guitar and bass. We play a mix of trad and modern music from all around the globe, ranging from works of European Baroque composers through American rags of the early 1900s to contemporary Australian compositions, with of course, some rollicking Italian favourites and Irish tunes thrown in – whatever entertains and is fun to play!
UC Chorale choir Sunday 9 June 2013 2013 at 2:30pm
UC Chorale is a non-auditioned community choir with the goals of enjoying the creation of music with others, and of presenting a quality performance of serious music at least twice each year. The University of Canberra is the home of the choir where it resides under the umbrella of the UC College of Music.
Strange Weather choir Sunday 23 June 2013 at 2:30pm
The Strange Weather Gospel Choir, with more than 60 singers, has been performing to acclaim in Canberra and surrounding regions for 16 years. Under the direction of Daniel Brinsmead, the repertoire features a blend of traditional, African and contemporary gospel music. Most items are accompanied by talented pianist, Andrew Rumsey. Come and enjoy the unique sound, balanced harmonies and talented soloists and ensembles.
Canberra Recorder & Early Music Society Sunday 30 June 2013 at 2:30pm
Canberra Recorder & Early Music Society (CREMS) was founded in 1974 to play early and modern music in ensembles and recorder orchestra. CREMS’ Musical Offering is led by Barbara Jerjen and will include music of the Renaissance as well as contemporary music arranged for recorder orchestra and played on seven different sized recorders from the tiny sopranino to the very large contra-bass.