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March, 2011

 

View / Download Fishing Flash Mob flyer as a pdf here.

BERMI TALKS - SOUND WALK 2

FISHING FLASH MOB

Fishing Boats - Matt Jones
detail of image: underwater by matt jones

When: Saturday April 2
5am - 8am

Where: Bermagui Headland and Co-op Wharf
(Time is dependent on weather and boat arrival time)


Join sound artists Maddie & Tim in an impromptu event to record the experience of a trawler returning to harbour and unloading the catch after a day at sea.

Register at bermaguisounds.com or text your name/phone/email to 0418161547. You will be contacted when the boat is coming in.

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Once Upon a Time

When: Monday, 14th March, 2011
Time: 6 for 6:30PM
Duration: 1 hour only, no interval
Where: Quaama School of Arts

To sit up close, bring a cushion or low chair. Some seats will be provided.
Bring a flask of tea if you want refreshment.
Cost: $20, $10 concession, Kids FREE

The Four Winds is delighted to invite the south coast community to an upcoming concert in support of the new sound shell for the Four Winds site.

Our festival artist Director and virtuoso recorder player, Genevieve Lacey and Paul Hoxbro, an acclaimed player of pipe and tabor are giving us a concert as their donation during their Australian tour of their magical program entitled “Upon a Time”.

genevieve Lacey and Paul Hoxbro

Following the age-old tradition of wandering minstrels, Paul and Genevieve lead their audiences back to medieval Europe, weaving melodies and stories into an hour of unbroken performance, meant to impress as well as touch.

Their musical arrangements defy what one would imagine is possible for two pipers. They draw upon a myriad of colours, stretching from four flutes played simultaneously to multiple combinations of flutes and percussion to the clean and naked simplicity of instruments alone. With instrumental fantasies based on Hildegard von Bingen and thirteenth century English hymns to Mary through to French polyphony, Danish folk tunes and complex Italian ballatas of the fourteenth century, the program includes both moments of meditative devotion and ecstatic dance.

So come along! Bring family and friends! Support our new Sound Shell while enjoying a magical evening of world class music.

The Quaama School of Arts is centrally located in the village of Quaama, just 20 minutes north of Bega, 25 minutes from Bermagui, 20 minutes south of Tilba.

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