GALLERY: Ears Have Ears Live #4 with Alaska Orchestra & Rainbow Chan

July 13th 2016

FBi Presents Ears Have Ears Live #4: Alaska Orchestra & Rainbow Chan | Photo by Britt Andrews

The final edition of Ears Have Ears Live featured the eclectic, ever-evolving ensemble Alaska Orchestra. Formed during a musical residency project at the Kings Cross carpark gallery, Alaska Project, the orchestra brings together a revolving cast of Sydney musicians, led by Megan Alice Clune.

Alaska Orchestra performed an original piece written exclusively for the event. Entitled ‘The Oloid’, it was inspired by a new shape that was discovered by Paul Schatz in 1929. Afterward, Sydney favourite Rainbow Chan led a Q&A that delved into the creative process behind the piece, and a broader discussion of experimental arts in our city.

Ears Have Ears Live #4: Alaska Orchestra & Rainbow Chan | Photos by Britt Andrews

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