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Scrap Arts Music

Scrap Arts MusicFrom Canada

"Visually riveting. Sexy, ultra physical." The Philadelphia Inquirer

Take some shiny harbour scrap, old bike parts, salvaged sewerage pipes, aluminium bowls and recycled odds and ends. Add eighty wheels, a composer, five hyperactive hipsters and a set of drumsticks. The result is Canada's Scrap Arts Music: a dizzying shower of beats involving full-on gymnastic ability, compelling percussive drive and intricate, eye-catching choreography. Innovative. Mesmerizing. Hyperkinetic. Powerful. A high-voltage percussion sensation!

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Date: 16 March
Time: 10:15pm
Date: 17 March
Time: 6:00pm
Location: Alexandra Gardens, Garden Stage

Date: 19 March
Time: 7:30pm as part of World Percussion Spectacular
Location: Sidney Myer Music Bowl
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