ELISION concert at RMIT Storey Hall tonight 30 April

Daryl Buckley rehearsing in RMIT Storey Hall Auditorium for the Australian premiere of Richard Barrett's world-line cycle.
Daryl Buckley rehearsing in RMIT Storey Hall Auditorium for the Australian premiere of Richard Barrett’s world-line cycle.

We are hearing some amazing sounds in RMIT Gallery as Daryl Buckley (pictured) and the rest of the ELISION Ensemble rehearse upstairs in Storey Hall Auditorium for tonight’s concert performance of the Australian premiere of Richard Barrett’s World-Line Cycle.

Daryl Buckley plays the electric lap steel guitar and will be joined by Tristram Williams, trumpet and Peter Neville, percussion, for the free concert performance.

The program will also feature Timothy McCormack’s Heavy Matter (Ben Marks, solo trombone) and Liza Lim’s Weaver of fictions (Genevieve Lacey, solo Ganassi recorder)

The ELISION event is presented by RMIT Gallery in collaboration with Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory Sound Studios.

It will be recorded for inclusion in the RMIT Sonic Arts Collection. Some tickets are still available for the event, which takes place from 7.30-9 pm.

Title: World-Line ELISION Ensemble
Date: Thursday 30 April
Time: 7.30pm to 9pm
Venue: Storey Hall Auditorium, Building 16, Level 5, City campus
Bookings: Free
RSVP: Book via rmit.gallery@rmit.edu.au. Or (03) 9925 1717.

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