Seven Stations - in any order - a love poem for Sydney
- Date: Friday, 1 March 2013, 7pm
- Venue: Music Workshop, Sydney Conservatorium of Music — Cnr Macquarie St and Bridge St, Sydney, NSW
- Tickets: Adults: $25 | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased online
Commissioned by Charles Davidson, Seven Stations - in any order - a love poem for Sydney is a collaboration between poet Chris Mansell and composer Andrew Batt-Rawden. The collection of poems about the stations selected take on an aspect of the city, whether it be the elegant yet arrogant kitten that is Museum, or the dangerous sharks swimming under the surface at The Quay unbeknownst to the patrons of the Opera Bar. The perspectives of the artists on the different stations varies from the witty, humourous and ironic to the surreal and bizarre.
Performers: Alison Morgan (voice and thumb piano), Anna Fraser (voice), Ezmi Pepper (cello), Joe Manton (bass), Josh Hill (percussion), Stefan Duwe (viola), Acacia Quartet (string quartet), Andrew Batt-Rawden (voice and conductor)
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website
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