Where Water Meets – Warrnambool – Chamber Folk

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Sunday 24th of March 2024 - Sunday 24th of March 2024

Embark on a musical journey to the heart of the wilderness with Where Water Meets, a captivating chamber-folk duo that seamlessly blends folk, world, and classical genres into a cinematic soundscape like no other... read more.

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2 Gilles Street, Warrnambool, VIC, 3280
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Embark on a musical journey to the heart of the wilderness with Where Water Meets, a captivating chamber-folk duo that seamlessly blends folk, world, and classical genres into a cinematic soundscape like no other. Led by the visionary composing team of Emily Sheppard (violin/viola/vox) and Yyan Ng (guitar/shakuhachi/vox), Where Water Meets pushes the boundaries of a traditional folk ensemble, creating a transformative listening experience.

Join in for an enchanting evening of music inspired by some of Tasmania’s most beautiful and untouched places, as Where Water Meets performs selections from their critically acclaimed first album, River Islands. Using retuned instruments, ethereal vocals and driving polyrhythms, the duo paints a mesmerizing sonic landscape that evokes the beauty and mystery of nature.

A unique performance not to be missed! Special Guest: Anne Norman (shakuhachi). The concert will last approximately 90 minutes with a short interval.

Presented in partnership with the Bowerbird Collective and the Mozart Hall.

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  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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