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Times of Change – Chamber Music Reflections On Climate

When:

Sun 29 Mar 2020, 4:00pm–6:30pm

Where: Pee Wee’s at the Point, LOT 5434 Alec Fong Lim Dr, East Point NT 0820, East Point, Northern Territory

Restrictions: Family Friendly

Ticket Information:

  • Adult with drink of choice and tasting plate: $60.00
  • Concession with drink of choice and tasting plate: $50.00
  • Child 7–16 drinks may be purchased: $5.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: clairekilgariff

Celebrate the Wet with a lazy Sunday afternoon of fine music, food, wine and amazing views. Arafura Music Collective and PeeWees at the Point presents an afternoon of thought-provoking chamber music reflections on our climate, with works by Vivaldi, Piazzolla, Sydney composer Romano Crevici, and beautiful new works by NT composer Netanela Mizrahi. And all in the gorgeous surrounds of PeeWees at the Point. Beautiful music in an iconic Top End setting!

Each Adult and Concession ticket includes a fine wine or drink of choice and a gourmet tasting plate prepared by PeeWees' master chef. Further drinks and children's drinks maybe purchased at the bar.

Arafura Music Collective is a community of musicians who are animated by our love of ensemble music playing and performing, and our shared belief that creativity connects communities. We believe as artists we have a strong contribution to make to unique cultural life of our NT community. Our mission is to bring diverse and exciting performances to the Northern Territory. We provide unique and enriching experiences of the intimacy of chamber music for our audiences, and creative development for our musicians. We honour the diverse music cultural traditions of the NT and actively contribute to the vibrant intercultural community in the Northern Territory.

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