October 27, 2016 @ 6:30 pm
Tracing the interplay between music and humanity through the triumphs and disasters of the last century, The Museum Goes Live is an exhibition and live performance series celebrating the distinctive and groundbreaking vision of audio pioneer, Jon Rose, through his own Rosenberg Museum.
Ensemble Offspring along with some of Australia’s finest experimental musicians join Jon Rose, playing a wild collection of regular and invented musical instruments, including the famous Fence.
Presented by Performance Space, The Museum Goes Live brings a vast collection of eccentric hand-built instruments and violin iconography, amassed over the forty-year career of this renowned violinist, composer and experimental musician to audiences.
Open daily as an exhibition, this cabinet of curiosities will be brought to life each night by a series of performances that activate many of the hand-built instruments on display.
Step into the mind of Rose and explore how music has the capacity to unravel and soundtrack our world on the brink of chaos.
Date & Time
27 – 30 October 2016, 6:30pm
245 Wilson St
Eveleigh, NSW 2015 Australia
Performance: Music for a Time of Dysfunction – Part 1
27 – 30 October, 6:30pm
Jon Rose will be joined by the featured artists, playing a wild collection of regular and invented musical instruments, including the famous Fence.
Featuring: Ensemble Offspring with Claire Edwardes, Robbie Avenaim, Zubin Kanga, Cor Fuhler, Julia Reidy, Erkki Veltheim, Noam Yaffe, Hollis Taylor, and Mary Rapp
Performance: Music for a Time of Dysfunction – Part 2
2 – 5 November, 6:30pm
Featuring: Tess de Quincey (performing the musical coffin), Jon Rose (robots and violin), Robbie Avenaim (automaton string quartet), Clayton Thomas (robots and double bass).
Tess de Quincey