A vibrant celebration of Australian music and an inspiring feast of contemporary, country, jazz, classical & traditional music.
Kimberley Reflections is the culmination of TURA's New Music Reflection2 Tour across the Kimberley, bringing together indigenous icons Mark Atkins and Stephen Pigram with some of Australia’s finest instrumentalists. This unique and powerful combination of artists will present a program that reaches across cultures, time and place.
Three of the artists who will be collaborating with the Tour in the Kimberley will be coming to Perth for this unique Tour finale: Gabriel Nodea (Warmun), Danny Marr (Fitzroy Crossing) and Ashley Oobagooma (Derby).
The program features a rich tapestry of songs by Stephen Pigram, Mark Atkins and the guest artists along with Atkin’s virtuosic didgeridoo and new compositions that have been inspired by the extraordinary locations artists have travelled to on the Tour.
The program will feature powerful imagery recorded on Tour through the Kimberley.
"The genius of this concert was how it used the tension between the known and the unknown to such moving and meaningful effect." West Australian
MARK ATKINS Didgeridoo, guitar, vocals
STEPHEN PIGRAM Guitar, ukulele, vocals
ASHLEY OOBAGOOMA Guitar, vocals
GABRIEL NODEA Didgeridoo, vocals
DANNY MARR Vocals
JUDITH HAMANN Cello
GREG SHEEHAN Percussion
STEPHEN MAGNUSSON Guitar
ERKKI VELTHEIM Violin
TOS MAHONEY Flute
PRESENTER: TURA New Music
RUNNING TIMES: 1hr 45mins, no interval (approx. & subject to change)
CONCESSIONS: Full-time students, Pensioners, Senior Card Holders, Children 16 & Under, Health Care Card
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