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All-Star World Percussion Spectacular

All-Star World Percussion Spectacular From Canada, Scotland, England, India, Australia, Trinidad & Tobago, Ghana

Starring: Nexus (Canada), Evelyn Glennie (Scotland), The Dhol Foundation (England/India), Synergy (Australia), Scrap Arts Music (Canada), Liam Teague (Trinidad & Tobago), Talvin Singh (England/India), the Kusun Ensemble (Ghana) and The Renegades Steel Orchestra (Trinidad & Tobago)

Drum-believable!

In an unprecedented event of immense scale, some of the most outstanding percussionists on the planet will take the stage together in a concert guaranteed to activate your primal pulses! Be at the Bowl when a lineup of percussionists from across the globe beat, bang and rattle every percussive instrument known to man as they each play a set showing off their own incredible styles. And in a finale to raise the roof of the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, this entire phenomenal lineup will appear on stage together, joined by ninety of Australia's most promising young percussive artists, to perform the world premiere of a powerful new work by Australian Graeme Leak. Now that's what we call going off with a bang.

This concert is the culminating finale of the International Youth Masterclass in Percussion.

Date: 19 March
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Sidney Myer Music Bowl

This is a licensed event for all ages - a range of alcoholic drinks is available for sale inside the venue. Please note that licensing laws do not allow any alcohol to be brought into the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

Conditions of Entry: No alcohol may be brought into the Sidney Myer Music Bowl. Breakable glass containers, elevated seating, hard-sided hampers, coolers and eskies, weapons and dangerous items, domestic animals and items which could impede other people's enjoyment are also not allowed. Venue staff have the right to conduct security inspections, to require items to be cloaked for collection after the event, and to refuse or revoke entry.
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