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Fri 23 Sep

Brisbane Festival and Brisbane Powerhouse present

Heartland

Heartland

A message of peace and love carried by the eagle spirit.

Didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton and powerhouse violinist Véronique Serret blend traditional songlines and modern storytelling in a collaboration featuring the poetry of William’s mother Aunty Delmae Barton — a message of peace and love carried by the eagle spirit.

On the back of their sold out shows at Sydney, Canberra and Darwin Festivals, Barton and Serret welcome you to experience their unique, meditative sound world, inspired by the Australian landscape and the power of connection to place.

Serret’s violins and Barton’s prodigious didgeridoo and guitar come together with powerful, soaring vocals and the ethereal loops and electronic effects, in a distinctive evocation of our uniquely Australian landscape.

HEARTLAND the album was released in July 2022 and is available now on ABC.

By William Barton & Véronique Serret


Price

$39 - $45 + Booking fee

Times

6:30pm

Duration

60mins (no interval)

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Where

Underground Theatre, Brisbane Powerhouse ›
19 Lamington St,
New Farm QLD 4005

Getting Here

Accessibility

Wheelchair access

Assistive listening systems available

Important Info

Warnings: Sound pressure effects (loud noises)

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#Artists

William Barton

William Barton

Composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist; William Barton is widely recognised as one of Australia's leading didgeridoo players and composers.

Véronique Serret

Véronique Serret

A violinist and composer whose repertoire ranges from baroque to contemporary classical, folk, rock and improvisation.


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How to get there

Underground Theatre, Brisbane Powerhouse ›
19 Lamington St,
New Farm QLD 4005

Getting Here

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