San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
Michael Fix is widely acclaimed as one of the world’s leading acoustic guitarists. He has won three Golden Guitars and numerous other awards in Australia. He tours widely throughout the world, particularly Europe, and over the past two decades he has released 14 albums, together with several singles and EPs, and has established himself globally as a leading performer, appearing at festivals and concert venues across Australia, Asia and Europe.
A composer and master guitarist of many genres, Michael Fix possesses the gift of the minstrel, touching his listeners on a very deep and personal level and creating a myriad of sensory experiences through his music. A guitar in his hands, and all the emotional possibilities of music are realised.
Michael’s performance as a part of the event series Celebrating the Art of Maki Horanai, will be a very intimate and personal experience with a truly extraordinary artist. A celebration of simple pleasures; a child’s smile, a birdsong, a storm passing. A sharing of life’s high and lows; love and intimate connections, the loss of a friend or the passing of childhood. Like the sublime images and paintings of Maki Horanai, this concert - through music - will be a sharing of the universal truths, emotions and experiences that connect us all as human beings.
TIME | 6pm - 10pm
Arrival and art viewing from 6pm.
Concert from 7.30pm.
TICKETS | $20
Maximum of 60 guests.
Tea, coffee, cake and light supper will be available to purchase.
FURTHER INFORMATION | http://www.michaelfix.com
When & Where
art | music | bespoke events
Artemus Events brings art and music to the bespoke occasion, inviting artists and musicians to explore their craft in the most intimate of settings. Be in an established venue or the intimacy of a private home, each occasion, each event, is a unique and wondrous experience for both artist and audience.
Artemus Events was established by performer and event producer Kacey Patrick, after a conversation with good friends Annette and Guy Lewington. Passionate patrons of the arts (particularly fine art), Annette and Guy expressed their desire to open their home to artist Maki Horanai, offering Maki an exhibition space and the opportunity and share her paintings with their immediate and wider community on the southern Gold Coast. Thus Artemus Events was born, and this series of events was especially curated to complement and celebrate Maki's art, as well as bring music, food, wine and community into the Lewington's beautiful home at The Ecovillage in Currumbin Valley.
ars est celare artem
Latin | it is art to conceal art; true art conceals the means by which it is achieved.