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  • Date: Saturday, 16 August 2014 to Sunday, 17 August 2014, Sat 3pm-11pm; Sun 11am-5.30pm
  • Venue: Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) — 655 Main Road, Berriedale, Hobart, TAS
  • Tickets: Single day $250; 2-day $450 - includes meal and drink — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

Starting with the first man or woman who banged on a log, musicians have been seeing colour and listeners have had sensory experiences in connection with sound. Fast forward many millions of years, and we still don’t know much about the whys and hows, but we do have a word for it: synaesthesia. MONA, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and associates continue to explore this link through performance, composition, improvisation, science, lights, lasers, food and fun. You can too—just check your preconceptions at the door.We won’t claim you’ll never be the same again. Actually, we will, because that’s what some of the punters told us last time we did this thing. Oh, and the + in Synaesthesia+ means: and other stuff about the brain and music. ‘Nuff said, now listen.


Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (03) 6277 9900

Featured Australian Works

Carlo : music for strings and sampler (1997) by Brett Dean
— performed by Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
Digital sheet music sample Re-inventions (recorder with string orchestra) (2004) by Elena Kats-Chernin
— performed by Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and Genevieve Lacey
Resonance : full orchestra by Matthew Hindson — World premiere
— performed by Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

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