Vivid Music @ Seymour; New Wave Sound & Musify + Gamify - info
Vivid Music @ Seymour is set to return this year with yet another thrilling programme of events as part of Vivid Sydney.
In conjunction with the University of Sydney, the Seymour Centre is a precinct of Vivid
Sydney will be host to a series of
exciting events that engage with cutting edge creative inspiration and expression.
To kick off Musify+Gamify, The Future of Music?, is a debate to be held as the first event of Vivid Music @ Seymour,
featuring performances by Australian new music artists and includes speakers Stephen Ferris of Vivid Sydney,
Damien Ricketson of Sydney Conservatorium and Musify+Gamify curators Dr. Ollie Bown and Dr. Lian Loke.
For More details on how to join the Programmes you can find all the information you need below !
Vivid Music @ Seymour - New Wave Sound
‘Gothic’ - Reginald Theatre,
Wednesday 27th - Friday 29th May 2105
Time: 7.30pm / Duration: 1hr 10mins. Tickets: Adult $36, Conc $24
‘Music For Double Bass’ - Sound Lounge,
Thursday 28th May 2015
Time: 9pm / Duration: 1hr 15mins. Tickets: Adult $25, Conc $15
‘Senex et Sonet' - Sound Lounge,
Friday 29th May 2015
Time: 9pm / Duration: 1hr 10mins. Tickets: Adult $25, Conc $15
‘Bridge: Electroacoustic Review’ -
Sound Lounge, Saturday 30th May 2015
Time: 8pm / Duration: 1hr 20mins. Tickets: Adult $25, Conc $15
Vivid Music @ Seymour - Musify + Gamify
Musify + Gamify Concert 1 - Everest, Friday 29th May 2015
Ensemble Offspring (performing works by Julian Day, Cor Fuhler, Damien Ricketson, Steffan Ianigro)
Robbie Avenaim and Chris Abrahams
Alon Ilsar plays airsticks, joined by Lucas Abela’s Mini Duelling Guitars.
Time: 7.30pm Duration: 1hr 10mins. Tickets: Adult $34, Conc $26
Musify + Gamify Concert 2 - Reginald Theatre, Saturday 30th May 2015
7Bit Hero (solo set) (QLD)
Austin Buckett performs with a new interactive AV work by David Kanaga (US)
Paul Heslin (ACT)
The Infosthetic Orchestra (James Nichols, Laura Altman, Pia van Gelder, Tom Smith, Alex Whillas, Ollie Bown)
Time: 7.30pm / Duration: 1hr 10mins. Tickets: Adult $34, Conc $26
Exhibition - Launch 26th May, runs 27th May – June 6th 2015
Works by Lucas Abela, Michaela Davies, Stephen Barrass, The Futile Research Lab, Frank Feltham.
Videogames: Papa Sangre II, Proteus, Dyad.
Tickets from http://www.seymourcentre.com or Call 02 9351 7940
20% OFF Multi-Tix are available when you purchase tickets to more than one Vivid Music At Seymour
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