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  • Date: Friday, 31 May 2019, 1pm
  • Venue: South Melbourne Town Hall — 210 Bank St, South Melbourne, VIC
  • Tickets: Full/Senior: $20 | Concession/Under 30s: $15 — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

For this special ANAM project, guest artist Tim Munro shows how simple tools can be used in amazing ways... - In composer Juri Seo’s hands, three humble tubes of metal, each with a single, drilled hole, make an unearthly “wah-wah” noise - For Caroline Shaw's Taxidermy, humble flower pots sing - A half dozen tuning forks sizzle and hum in Amy Kirsten’s work - And once the lid is taken off a piano, six musicians perform musical surgery for Mayke Nas’ Twelve Hands After all of this strange, man-made chaos, seek comfort in Australian composer Alice Chance’s Comfort Music. **SPECIAL PRICE - if you add a Ten Thousand Birds ticket to your cart, your Taxidermy ticket will automatically be reduced to $10!

Featured non-Australian music: Juri Seo, Caroline Shaw, Amy Kirsten, Mayke Nas

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (03) 9645 7911 or by email to info@anam.com.au

Featured Australian Works

Comfort Music : installation by Alice Chance
— performed by ANAM Musicians and Tim Munro

Featured artists

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