Didjeridu Journey: Family Concert with William Barton and the Australian String Quartet

Published by: South Australian Museum | 14-Jun-2017
Travel to the South Australian Museum to hear the song of one of the world"s oldest instruments: the didjeridu.
Venue: Pacific Cultures Gallery, SA Museum
Date: July 8 2017
Time: 10.30am
Ticket: adults $25 (Museum Members $22); concession $18 (Museum Members $16); child $12 (Museum Members $10) and family pass inc. two adults and three children $75 (Museum Members $67)
Web: http://www.samuseum.sa.gov.au/explore/program-bookings
Join world-famous didjeridu player William Barton and the Australian String Quartet for a special family concert exploring the incredible sounds and stories of the didjeridu and hear how this ancient instrument combines with the sounds of the violin, viola and cello. Hear stories about William"s deep connection to his culture and its music and if you listen closely, you might recognise the sounds of birds and other Australian animals!

This performance is presented as part of the South Australian Museum's season of Yidaki programs.

Recommended for ages 5+.

For booking enquiries, please call 8207 7575 or email programs@samuseum.sa.gov.au

The South Australian Museum gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the Yidaki Leadership Council.

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