Experience sunset from the top of the Twin Peaks opposite UKARIA concert hall, a site that has long been a gathering place for music and ceremony. Before your canapés and drinks are served, you will be led to the peak of the mountain, stopping on occasion to the sounds of musicians from A Brief History of Time. A perfect marriage of place and sound on Peramangk Country.
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Generously supported by Leading Patron Ulrike Klein AO. Commissioned work supported by the Chamber Landscapes Commissioning Circle.
Marshall McGuire, harp Emily Wurramara, guitar & voice Genevieve Lacey, recorder Erkki Veltheim, violin
Marshall McGuire, harp
Acclaimed as one of the world’s leading harpists in contemporary and baroque repertoire, Marshall McGuire studied at the Victorian College of the Arts, the Paris Conservatoire and the Royal College of Music, London. He has performed as soloist with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, English String Orchestra, Les Talens Lyriques, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony and the Australia Ensemble.
Emily Wurramara, guitar & voice
ARIA nominated Wanindilyakwa woman from Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory, Emily uses her music to share her language and culture with the world. Singing in both English and Anindilyakwa, Emily’s music explores the contrasting themes of her two worlds - the island and the city, steeped in the sand, salt and concrete of her family, community and culture.
Genevieve Lacey, recorder
Genevieve Lacey is a musician working in many contexts, with all kinds of people. She creates large-scale collaborative works across radio, film, dance, theatre and public art, and has premiered scores of works, written for her. She’s a recorder virtuoso, artistic director, spokesperson and leader, with a significant recording catalogue and a career as an international artist.
Erkki Veltheim, violin
Erkki Veltheim (b. 1976 Finland) is an Australian composer and performer, whose practice spans improvisation, notated music, electroacoustic composition, audio visual installation and multidisciplinary performance. His works have been performed by London Sinfonietta, defunensemble (Finland), Soundstream Collective and Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and he has collaborated closely on multiple projects with fellow musicians Anthony Pateras, Scott Tinkler and Gurrumul Yunupingu.