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Shark & Fox and Guanaco Trio – International Double Bill

  • 16 Mar 2024

  • $35: $30 members

Traverse the globe with this mesmerising double bill collaboration from Argentina, Australia and Canada.

Act 1: SHARK & FOX Emily-Rose Sarkova (AUS) + Jaron Freeman-Fox (CAN).
This irresistible Canadian-Australian collaboration shape-shifts between traditions, occasionally to the point where their instruments transform; a fiddle to viol d’amore or fretless guitar, an accordion to modular synthesiser, all driven by two acclaimed multi-instrumentalists.
SHARK & FOX is a brand new union of musical minds from the likes of Jaron Freeman-Fox & The Opposite of Everything, Chaika and Emily-Rose & The Wild Things.

Act 2: Guanaco Trio. After touring South America and Europe, Guanaco Trio is making their Australian debut, and the music is sure to be sublime.
Guanaco Trío is an instrumental group made up of the Argentine-Catalan violinist Laura Urteaga, the Australian bandoneonist Owen Salomé and the Chilean guitarist Benjamín Aedo. Based in Buenos Aires, these three young musicians, from three different continents, share a love for Argentinian instrumental compositions; their compelling repertoire offers original works and interpretations of both traditional and contemporary Argentine folkloric music.

Tickets $35:$30 members available now (and selling quickly!)

More information and tickets here.


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