A group of women and non-binary people all wearing black are smiling and looking at the camera in front of a white background.
Aurora Vocal Ensemble smiling after performing at Ukaria Cultural Centre. They are standing staggered across the space, with a view of the Adelaide Hills in behind them. They are wearing formal black outfits.
A black and white photo of Aurora Vocal Ensemble and their conductor Christie Anderson. They're standing on a stage with neutral expressions. The photo is taken from the side of stage, with the profiles of the groups faces in focus. They have traditional paint on the foreheads and noses, painted by Galpu elders and family.

Tarab (طرب)

Join Aurora Vocal Ensemble for two guided meditation sessions as the group creates soundscapes around you.

Inspired by the Sonic Meditations of Pauline Oliveros and Aurora’s work with sound designer Keira Simmons for ‘HEXADECA’, Aurora will experiment with the ‘fully embodied pursuit’ of ‘attending to sounds and to the world’ through music and somatic techniques.

A diverse ensemble, Aurora performs a range of repertoire from folk to classical to contemporary, under the direction of their conductor Christie Anderson.

“Beautiful, moving, simply stunning... skill, agility, and power.” Felix Preval

“This group is extraordinary... Aurora is a rare beast – a group that everyone should hear.” Timothy Wayne-Wright

Don’t miss these sacred sessions, grounded in listening and being present.

Bring yoga mat or cushion to sit on, wear comfortable clothes, and water bottle. Although music will be contemplative you're welcome to bring noise-cancelling headphones. If you'd like a chair to sit in on the day, please contact: manager@yav.asn.au

Music • A cappella
South Australia

Sun, 25 Feb

60 min

Burnside Town Hall

$35 to $50


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