Join the Northern Territory’s finest musicians for the premiere performances of Whistling Kite New Music.
The musicians of Whistling Kite are distinguished performers, composers, improvisors, conductors and educators in their own right. Together they form the Territory’s newest group dedicated to the performance and creation of contemporary art music.
Experience music from some of most exciting composers working in Australia and around the world in Horizons, a program of music exploring real and imagined horizons. Highlights include Pulitzer Prize winner Caroline Shaw’s Punctum, which gazes nostalgically back to the music of the 18th and 19th centuries and reassembles its materials in new forms. In Masakazu Natsuda’s West, Or Evening Song In Autumn, Japanese shakuhachi techniques are applied to the soprano saxophone alongside Japanese percussion to create an immersive, meditative atmosphere. A new work by Artistic Director Nick Yates, inspired by the rhythm of the tides, features the full ensemble coming together for an exquisite world premiere.
PLEASE NOTE: For your safety, all seating will be pre-allocated. It will be assumed that multiple ticket bookings will be from the same household and will be seated together. If this is not the case, please make a separate booking.
Artistic Director Nick Yates
- Saxophones Nick Yates
- Flute Tania Watts
- Percussion Lorelei Williamson
- Violin Tara Murphy, Netanela Mizrahi
- Viola Clare Gorton
- Cello Jonathan Tooby
- Photo Pasquale Tassone
Arafura Music Collective
Distanced Duets: Francis & Netanela
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Journey from medieval Spain to contemporary South America in this concert for guitar and violin
Settle Down Sisters
Caiti Baker, Serina Pech, Stevie Jean & Phoebe Wear
Sat 8 AugBuy Tickets
An electrifying showcase of sass and songs from the Settle Down Records label
Created by Aunty June Mills
Sat 15 - Sun 16 AugBuy Tickets
Join Larrakia Elder Aunty June Mills for a storytelling adventure for the whole family