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Buŋgul – Perth Festival


Fri 7 Feb 2020, 7:00pm–8:30pm
Sat 8 Feb 2020, 7:00pm–8:30pm
Sun 9 Feb 2020, 6:30pm–8:00pm

Where: Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Terrace, Perth CBD, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Adult from: $39.00
  • Concession from: $37.00
  • Friends of the Festival from: $35.00
  • Student: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: perthfestival

With West Australian Symphony Orchestra
Produced by Skinnyfish Music and Perth Festival

"Yolŋu don't have books or computers. They carry it here (in the heart) in their song, their dance, their paintings." - Don Wininba Ganambarr

A buŋgul is a ceremony, a meeting place of dance, song and ritual.

Created on country in North East Arnhem Land with the Yunupiŋu family, Buŋgul is a ceremonial celebration of one of the transcendent albums of our time. You are invited into an immersive experience of the dances, songs, country and paintings that inspired Gurrumul’s award-winning final album, Djarrimirri (Child of the Rainbow), in a live performance by Yolŋu dancers, songmen and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.

Senior Yolŋu Don Wininba Ganambarr and Nigel Jamieson direct this majestic union of two disparate worlds. Buŋgul offers a unique window into the extraordinary power, understanding and beauty of Yolŋu culture.

Post Show Q&A: Saturday 8 February
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This event is wheelchair accessible and the venue has assistive listening technology. Audio described performance and tactile tour on Saturday 8 February.

Supported by Community Partner Chevron, PAV and the Major Festivals Initiative.

This project was initiated by the Yunupiŋu family and Skinnyfish Music.