$35.74 – $47.29

Sounds of Now - The Paul Cutlan String Project & Polymorphic Orkestra

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ARA Darling Quarter Theatre

Terrace 3, 1-25 Harbour St

(between McDonalds and Guylian)

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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Sounds of Now is a new project by Elmac Creative. Sounds of Now is a vehicle to present quality artists and their original music in a focused concert setting. No bar, no food, no coffee machines, (no election results) just great sound, great lighting and a great focus for artist and audience alike.

Series 1 is a concert of highly original art music featuring two unique ensembles:

Paul Cutlan String Project - http://www.paulcutlan.com

Will perform Cutlan’s recent work The Eleventh Hour, alongside unique arrangements of Coltrane, Dolphy and Jann Rutherford.

“Hybrids can be mongrels, but Cutlan’s works are refreshingly original and exude vitality... composing and improvising are of equal merit – some achievement for such an ambitious, genre defying project.”

John Shand Sydney Morning Herald


Paul Cutlan - Composer | Bass Clarinet | Soprano Sax

Liisa Pallandi - Violin

Lachlan O'Donnell - Violin

James Eccles - Viola

Oliver Miller - Cello

Elsen Price - Double Bass


Polymorphic Orkestra - https://www.polymorphicorkestra.com

Will explore the idea of "Shadowland" with special guest video artist Bartek Reszelski.

This is contemporary improvisation of a very high order – not only does the listener experience the joy of spontaneous creation by the players but also, and this is I think pretty unusual, you are left with memorable snippets of tunes and melody that stay with you long after the music ends.

Chris Baber – Jazz Views


Lee McIver - Trumpet | Laptop | FX

Ed Goyer - Vibraphone | Malletkat | Samples | Percussion

Ed Rodrigues - Drums | Samples | Percussion


Join us on the 23rd of March to experience fabulous artists performing wonderful Australian original music.


FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

This concert is recommended for 8 years plus.


What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The ARA Darling Quarter Theatre is easlily accessed by public transport or by personal transport.


Arriving by car

Wilson Parking Darling Quarter is accessed via Harbour Street. On the weekends there is a flat rate (no booking required)

Accessible parking is on Level B2.

Directions from the west
Directions from the south & east
Directions from the north

Bus

For buses travelling through the CBD along Elizabeth, Castlereagh, George or York streets, alight the bus at Market, Park, Druitt, Bathurst or Liverpool streets and walk down towards Darling Harbour.

Train

Take the train to Town Hall Station and exit south onto Bathurst Street. Walk to the bottom of Bathurst, turning left into Day Street. Cross the lights at Harbour Street and you’re in Darling Quarter.

Ferry

Catch a ferry to Darling Harbour and alight at Darling Harbour Wharf 3 or Pyrmont Bay Wharf.

Lightrail

The closest light rail stops are Convention Centre and Paddy’s Market.

Taxi

The Darling Quarter taxi rank is located on Harbour Street, behind the Commonwealth Bank buildings.

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ARA Darling Quarter Theatre

Terrace 3, 1-25 Harbour St

(between McDonalds and Guylian)

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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