Dangerous Song

Luggate

WHEN

Friday 7 April, 10.00am
Friday 7 April, 1.00pm
Saturday 8 April, 6.00pm
Sunday 9 April, 6.00pm

WHERE

Luggate Hall

TICKETS

$39 adult, $10 student

DURATION

1 hour

An intriguingly beautiful and moving musical performance that combines the human voice with the sounds of endangered and extinct animals.

Planet Earth is entering a period of remarkable extinctions but this story is not told with words, as many people have stopped listening. The story is told through sound, through the voices of the animals themselves (including the humpback whale and our very own kokako) and their calls speak directly to the heart. They are joined by one lone human voice in a song for the planet.

Linsey Pollak is a highly original and gifted musician and composer. Lizzie O’Keefe is a dynamic and commanding vocalist. Both are based in Queensland. Their music shimmers through drifting images of the natural world created by photographers Bonnie Jenkins and Jenny Pollak.

“This is the most poignant, delicate and exceptionally beautiful work of art – get there today if you can.”

“Spellbinding depth and consummate sharing of this song of the earth.”

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