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Ensemble Offspring

Sticky Notes

Where
Customs House
Customs House
31 Alfred Street, Sydney NSW 2000
When

Every day, all day Tuesday 15 March 2022 to Friday 18 March 2022

Sticky Notes is a musical activation of the Customs House precinct by Sydney’s musical mavericks, Ensemble Offspring.

With original vibrant scores by Ciaran Frame in the form of large ‘sticky notes’ on the pavement, these unique non-slip decals act as both colourful artworks and musical notation.

Featuring a range of unique instruments on mass, including euphonium, waterphone, piccolo and bass clarinet, the roaming group of virtuoso musicians will present half hour performances for flexible moving audiences from March 15 to 18.

Bring along your friends and family to this free event and if you’re so inclined you can even join in the music making. Help bring the city back to life with some live sonic goodness this December.

Supported by the City of Sydney.

Covid-safe information

In accordance with our Covid-safe plan, this event is open to fully vaccinated people or those with medical exemptions only. We will have a Covid martial ensuring that audiences maintain 1.5 metre distancing. We encourage the use of face masks and taking private transport options to minimise crowding on public transport.

This is a non-controlled event in a public space with the audience being made up mainly of passers-by. There will be an option for people on our mail list who attend as audience members to register and Service NSW QR codes will be available at the event to check in. Register.

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