November 23, 2022 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Ngarra-Burria are Dharug words meaning to hear, to sing, and this program intends to build bridges for First Peoples’ musicians to step forward, further develop their composing skills, and connect with the art music sector. Initiated in 2017 by Aboriginal composer Christopher Sainsbury with partners Moogahlin Performing Arts, Australian Music Centre, ANU and Ensemble Offspring, Ngarra-Burria is aimed at supporting and mentoring emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander composers in developing new techniques and skills in instrumental composition and notation, as well as industry knowledge and relationships. 2022 will feature the next cohort of impressive First Nations musical voices from around so-called Australia.
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November 23, 2022
Eugene Goossens Hall
700 Harris St
Sydney, NSW 2007 Australia
New works from the Ngarra-Burria: First Nations Composers 2022 cohort.