This extravaganza, spanning 10,000 years and 658 suburbs, featuring a live folk band and a Greek chorus, will be performed by a cast full of Morris dancers (from Sydney of course) and filled with songs penned by Clark Gormley.
Andsome Friends will be up first. Andsome Friends is an Australian a cappella group formed in 2009 in Sydney to record and perform Miguel Heatwole’s original compositions and arrangements. They supply tuneful answers to some of the important philosophical questions of our time. How many medieval TV themes from popular culture can a group sing simultaneously? What would Palestrina have written for the Hunters And Collectors? Is it wrong to sing Irish slip jigs with Australian words? The songs are contemporary but there is a good measure of the past in our sound. Our fugue about environmental waste minimisation is unashamedly Baroque.
Tickets are limited so book early.