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Yellamundie Festival: The First Shot

Event

Yellamundie Festival: The First Shot

  • Date: Sunday, 24 January 2021, 6:30pm
  • Venue: Carriageworks — 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh, NSW
  • Tickets: $15 plus booking fee — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

Sound/Composition Showings as part of the Yellamundie Festival include The First Shot by Troy Russell and Gumbirrangarroo Dalanngarroo (Longest Time Right Now) by the team Brad Steadman, Brad Hardy and Mark Ross.

The First Shot is a story of anger and sorrow, told through conceptual composition with a folk twist, about a young couple in flight after a tragic event. It is a story that tells of the love and happiness that is found in each other's arms and hearts, but it is also of the tragedies and injustices that have befallen the people whose lives have been lost in colonial Australia.

Gumbirrangarroo Dalanngarroo (Longest Time Right Now) by Brad Steadman, Brad Hardy, and Mark Ross is a multi-disciplinary work combining traditional language, music, and animation to tell stories of from the land and the river which provides life to all. Brad Steadman will write and narrate the stories, and Bradley Hardy composing the soundtrack to be co-produced with Mark Ross. The final outcome for this work will be a video presentation that can educate people young and old about our culture.

Gumbirrangarroo Dalanngarroo (Longest Time Right Now) is a multi-disciplinary work combining traditional language, music, and animation to tell stories of from the land and the river which provides life to all. Brad Steadman will write and narrate the stories, and Bradley Hardy composing the soundtrack to be co-produced with Mark Ross. The final outcome for this work will be a video presentation that can educate people young and old about our culture.

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website

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First Shot by Troy Russell

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