Circular Rhythm showcases the qualities of traditional Indigenous musical instruments like the Didgeridoo, with modern guitar, stompbox and iPad technology.
This fusion of old and new gives young people a way to move from what they know and are familiar with, something more ancient in the process, cultural learning occurs.
This event is for Grades 1-6. Registration essential.
Please enter adult contact information in the order form and child attendee details in the registration.
- Only child attendees require tickets.
Adults are required to stay in the library while children under 12 attend library programs.
The registration form will ask for attendee library card numbers so please have that information handy when getting ready to register.
Access to free events is only one of the benefits of library membership. If you are not already a library member, please join!
- Use the Eventbrite app to store your ticket and add a reminder to your calendar. Having your ticket handy, printed out or on your mobile device helps manage check-in processes efficiently at busy events.
- Arrive promptly to each event that you have registered for. If you have not arrived by the start of the session your ticket may be transferred to another participant.
- Allow plenty of time for travel and parking. You can find information about our library locations, parking and access at www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/librarylocations