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Music for a Warming World - The Moonah Arts Centre
Sun, February 26, 2017, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM AEDT
The highly acclaimed Music for a Warming World is unlike any concert you have ever been to; soaring violin, intricate melodies and compelling rhythm with contemporary folk and world music and stunning immersive visuals telling the story of our changing climate and what we can do about it. It is not just a great gig, it is an experience not to be missed.
Launched 2016, it has been performed to rave reiews from Victoria to Queensland at music festivals, universities, community event and house concerts. It features Simon Kerr (Guitars/Vocals), Kylie Morrigan (Violin/Vocals), Scott Lewis (Keys/vocals), and Christine Parker (Laptop and Visuals).
‘Intelligent, thought provoking, entertaining’ (Newport Folk Festival)
‘Artistically beautiful … it touches the soul of our generation', (Prof John Braithwaite, Australian National University)
‘Incredible music ... a moving live performance’ (Abe Swartz, Radio Presenter)
'If you've been in despair, thinking what the hell can I do about climate change see Simon Kerr's ‘Music for a Warming World’ (Mal Webb, Australian Musical Icon)