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Common Time

When

Friday 10 June from 8pm to 9:20pm Saturday 11 June from 8pm to 9:20pm

Cost

Adult: $55Concession: $45

Newly commissioned works for percussion, percussion and percussion by Greg Sheehan, Sandy Evans, Lee McIver, Giorgio Rojas, Ed Goyer and Ed Rodrigues (World Premieres).

It’s about time, shared time, common shared principles, sounds and instruments. It’s about a time and place – and the placement of time. The swing, the groove, the space, the clave – 2/3, 3/2 – shared and common elements. In Common Time, Synergy Percussion brings together percussive brethren through the pairing of Western 20th & 21st century art music, improvising jazz groove and Afro-Latin percussion artists – and more – to explore the differences and commonalities of their artistic approaches.

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We are adhering to the advice from NSW Health.

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