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A taste of the Kimberley at Four Winds Nov 24th

A unique Australian musical experience comes to Four Winds in Bermagui this weekend, Sunday 24th November. It’s the creative output of many years of cross cultural collaboration between musicians and community in the Kimberley and its touring nationally to major centres.

This is going to be both a visually and musically thrilling experience. Awe inspiring footage of the Kimberley landscape and Kimberley artists will be projected onto a large screen, immersing audiences in the spirit of the Kimberley.

Curated by Tura New Music, the highly acclaimed production features The Narli Ensemble (Nar-lee) in a close collaboration between high profile First Nation artists and some of the country’s finest instrumentalists including Mark Atkins on didgeridoo virtuoso and vocals and Stephen Pigram (Pigram Brothers) on guitar and volacls. The line also includes Erkki Veltheim (violin), Stephen Magnusson (guitar), Tristen Parr (cello) Joe Talia (percussion) and Tos Mahoney on flute and Tura Founder and Artistic Director.

Tos Mahoney says “For Kimberley Echoes the intent is for audiences to experience, through music and image, what the Narli Ensemble artists experience while on country in the Kimberley, collaborating with community.”

Kimberley Echoes at Four Winds Windsong Pavilion Sunday 24th November

Gates open 5.30pm

Doors to venue open 6pm

Show times 6:30-8pm

Bar available before and after show

Tickets $40. 16yrs and under free


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