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Haus Musik Feat. Aarti Jadu

Ticket Information

  • General Admission: $20.00 each
  • Concession: $15.00 each
  • Additional fees may apply


  • Fri 19 Jul 2019, 6:30pm–9:00pm


All Ages Licensed


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Motley Bauhaus

Intimately curated winter performances with a live Q&A showcasing the exceptional and diverse musical artistry of Naarm (Melbourne) at The Motley Bauhaus. The Motley Bauhaus is delighted to be hosting a very intimate show featuring the ethereal dream that is Aarti Jadu.

Influenced by alternative electronica, world folk and cinematic music, Aarti Jadu is unafraid to delve into dark ambience, her sound reverberating in deep sub bass, and simultaneously floating in streams of angelic, ethereal harmonies.

Her performance pays respect to her many practices, restlessly in search for something authentic. She displays this through a wild and thorough vocal expression, ranging from Indian, choral and RnB styles.

Tickets for this unique and intimate event are $20 with a complimentary mulled wine. Spaces are extremely limited so we recommend booking early to avoid missing out. Concession prices available.

Doors: 6:30pm. Please be aware that the performance will begin at 7pm sharp. We ask that you arrive at least 15min beforehand to check in with box office and receive your complimentary glass of mulled wine.

Haus Musik is a new and unique Naarm-based series hosted by multi-disciplinary arts space and gallery, The Motley Bauhaus (Fitzroy North) and curated in collaboration local musician, Rat Child. This remarkably intimate winter series will take place in the Motley's petite theatre space playing host to a carefully curated selection of feature performances, each with a live Q&A and a delicious brew of Fitzroy North's finest mulled wine.

We would like to acknowledge that this event is taking place on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations—land which was stolen. The sovereignty of these strong, ancient peoples has never been ceded, meanwhile the rich tapestry of their culture and individual rights continue to be abused, oppressed and neglected at the hands of post-colonial politics and the deeply ingrained cultural racism of this country.

We would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri elders, past, present and emerging and express our gratitude for being able to come together, create and perform on this fruitful and sacred land. Discounted ticket prices can be arranged for persons identifying as First Nations, please contact The Motley Bauhaus to arrange.

Please note: these performances will be filmed and recorded, with selections from the evening being aired via Motley Bauhaus social media platforms.

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