Mullum Mullum Creek: Morning, Noon, Night
- Date: Friday, 25 October 2013, 7pm
- Venue: Kalinda Primary School Stadium — 39-49 Kalinda Rd, Ringwood, Melbourne, VIC
Mullum Mullum Creek: Morning, Noon, Night features new musical works created through a collaborative process between Monash University Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music Composition students and Kalinda Primary School students, celebrating the history, environment and community of Mullum Mullum Creek. As well as music by the students, the concert will also feature the performance of music by renowned local composer and champion of Mullum Mullum Creek, Dindy Vaughan, as well as student art, dance and presentations on the campaign to save the valley.
“The significance of the Mullum Mullum Creek: Morning, Noon, Night project is that it draws attention to the indigenous cultural heritage of the area to not only the students from Kalinda Primary School and to our composition students, but also to our audience. To have collaboration between the university and a primary school is of mutual benefit to both establishments involved: Monash composers learn to write music for community projects where they are not working with professional musicians but rather the local youth; and Kalinda Primary School students have the opportunity to be mentored by university students in order to create music that reflects their understanding of the local area.” - Associate Professor Thomas Reiner, Composition Coordinator, Monash University Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music
Further information for this event is available by phone on 0431 968 238 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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