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By Other Eyes

UWA Conservatorium of Music

  • Saturday, 16 May 2020 - 7PM
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Join us as we discover and acknowledge the contribution and stories of Aboriginal servicemen in a moving and large scale performance.

By Other Eyes recognises the active service of many Aboriginal men, and the injustice and discrimination faced by returned servicemen post war. Together with Noongar elders, By Other Eyes recognises the past, but firmly advocates for a better shared future.

Performed by a cast of professional and community performers from across WA, with the UWA Conservatorium of Music Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, a 400-voice choir and international opera singers, this will be a night of music and storytelling you won’t forget.


ARTISTS

Matt Reuben James Ward Creator and Director

Jonathan Brian Music

Jean-Michael Maujean Sound Art

Roly Skender Media design

Alan Lourens Conductor Professor

Andrew Foote, Sara Macliver, Sarah Brittenden, Wilson Kang, Jonathan Brain, Della Rae Morrison, Sheyan Tidswell, Shantay Tidswell, Rachael Colmer, Jarrad Inman, Willie Staude, Maggie Staude, Thomas Croucher and Pia Harris Soloists


TICKETING INFO

Concessions apply to
Full-time students
Pensioners
Seniors card holders
Children 16 years & under
Unemployed 


RUNNING TIMES

Starts 7:00pm
No Interval

Finish 8:45pm*

*Times are approximate and subject to change at any time.


FOOD & BEVERAGES

A 'Grab and Go' menu will be available pre-show at this event.
Meals you will often find at this station range from curries, braises, gourmet burgers and substantial salads, right through to lighter options such as sushi, special fries and gourmet pies.

The menu will be uploaded to this event page closer to the event.


2020 By Other Eyes is presented by: Matt Ward of Breaksea, UWA Conservatorium of Music, Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, West Australian Opera, City of Albany’s Vancouver Arts Centre and generously supported by The Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries and Alcoa. Consulting Elder: Eliza Woods, Yongerup Aboriginal Corporation.