This Is What We Have Today

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Gorman Arts Centre


6.45 pm - 8.00 pm
Friday 2 December

What sort of world do we live in? What do we even have? How do I make gingernut biscuits? How do I play a bossa? Why is the sun hot? When’s my next paper due? Why can’t I stop asking questions? Where’s all my personal data stored? What do we have? 

Maybe you should come to this new music concert? We can’t guarantee it will answer all of your questions. It may leave you with more than you came with? 

New commissions and extant works by Canberra composers, exploring questions like those above? Multimedia and video works? Solo works by interstate composers Kate Neal and Emily Sheppard?

Featuring:Ronan Apcar, composer/pianist, in collaboration with Oliver KuskieEleanor Bladon, composer/cellistJoel Dreezer, composer/flautistLily Fowler, composer/vocalistLynden Bassett, composer/guitaristEllery String Quartet members Yona Su, Anika Chan, and Brad ThamWorks by composers Milo Mclaughlin (in collaboration with Jordy Fulcher), Emily Sheppard, and Kate Neal

This Is What We Have Today is supported by artsACT and the Friends of the ANU School of Music.