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Saturday
14 January 2023

Tiny Concert Series
Concert 1
"Music of the Quiet Mind"
THE SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS

A rich journey of world music, from the silk road through eastern Europe and Asia, this concert takes us into the wilderness of the natural world: the canyons, bamboo forests, misty mountain tops, temples and rivers. Quietness is discovered to have always been there - we just had to stop and listen to it. This quietude has been the secret of the saints and mystics throughout time, who through years of seclusion and meditation practice could attain a deep stillness. An opportunity to re-set your own inner compass to your heart, and dial down your inner volume levels to quiet.


Saturday
4 February 2023

Tiny Concert Series
Concert 2
"Damascus"
THE SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS

The Middle-East and North Africa of antiquity was a place of science, scholarship, astronomy, art, education, architecture and culture, way more advanced than its European counterparts for thousands of years. The Damascus concert using musical flavours typical of the plainsong and chant styles in Eleusinian, Gregorian, Byzantine and Arabic music, traces the journey of humanity in melismatic improvisation-style musical reflections, and offers a window into the heightened atmosphere and illumination in the high cultures of that time.


Thursday
16 February 2023

"The Cosmology Concert"
WA TREASURES GALLERY
HACKETT HALL
WA MUSEUM BOOLA BARDIP

International composer-violinist Rupert Guenther takes us on an epic journey in space and time, to discover that we are not here on earth looking up, with all these stars and galaxies “out there” above us - rather that we and our planet and solar system are just shining specks in deep space just as all the other star systems are. We are ourselves “out there”, and are very much a part of “out there”. Using electric violin and live electronic looping, Rupert Guenther turns the violin into a astonishing vehicle for his art, evoking through sound and music an extraordinary picture of the cosmos and our momentary place in it, from the very origins of time to futuristic visions of the night skies. 


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