The final Bohemian Grove gig for the year will feature four of Australia's most exciting improvisers sharing the stage for two sets! This will be a rare Sydney appearance by Melbourne's Scott Tinkler and Erkki Veltheim, as well as pianist Marc Hannaford who'll be visiting from New York.
emus are having a end of year fundraiser party to celebrate the year in exploratory music in Sydney and to try and raise some funds to carry on bringing you the latest emus via our enewsletter and website!
!! D Lumanta
!! Germ Studies
!! Peter Blamey x Pass the Parcel
!! installations by Mimi Kind
!! a disco, a sonified piñata, and a raffle!
with real good prizes :
!! passes to gigs and festivals in Sydney in 2018
// ORION // M.O.B. // EXPOSURE // FATALITAS // SSRI
What Lola Heard: Theatrical Sounds from Climate Change, is a fascinating insight into the creative process in contemporary theatre. Part public talk, part installation, part concert, the evening brings together internationally acclaimed improvising musicians in conversation with David Roesner, Professor of Theatre Studies at LMU Munich and Michelle St Anne, Artistic Director of The Living Room Theatre.
Music lovers, curious listeners, action-packed thinkers, socially engaged institutional critics, the collective, this is for you.
The 17th edition of the NOW now festival is on its way.
The full program is not complete, but the reality is real.
Over four nights and two days, the NOW now 2018 will present an overwhelming engagement with the worlds spontaneous music and performance artists.