The Museum Goes Live [Exhibition]
- Date: Thursday, 27 October 2016 to Sunday, 6 November 2016, Exhibition: 10am - 6pm daily
- Venue: Carriageworks — 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh, NSW
- Tickets: Exhibition is a free event. The evening concerts are free events although registration is required.
The Museum Goes Live presents a vast collection of eccentric hand-built instruments and violin iconography, amassed over the forty-year career of this renowned violinist, composer and experimental musician. Open daily as an exhibition, this cabinet of curiosities will be brought to life each night by a series of performances that activate many of the hand-built instruments on display and bring together some of Australia’s finest experimental musicians.
Exhibition open daily: 10am-6pm
See related evening events below:
Performance: Music for a Time of Dysfunction – Part 1
27 – 30 October, 6:30pm
Jon Rose will be joined by an experimental orchestra Ensemble Offspring, playing a wild collection of regular and invented musical instruments, including the famous Fence.
Featuring: Ensemble Offspring with Claire Edwardes, Robbie Avenaim, Zubin Kanga, Cor Fuhler, Julia Reidy, Erkki Veltheim, Noam Yaffe, Hollis Taylor, and Mary Rapp.
Performance: Music for a Time of Dysfunction – Part 2
2 – 5 November, 6:30pm
For this very special performance, Rose will be joined by a host of musicians and performance artists, in concert with the museum’s collection of robots (including a robot violin that plays data from the stock market), automatons, and a musical coffin.
Featuring: Tess de Quincey, Clayton Thomas, Robbie Avenaim and Alister Spence.
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (02) 8571 9111
- Music of Jon Rose
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