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[Past Event] Synchronicities, presented by ANAM and Convent Live

When

3 and 4 June
5.30pm

Where

The Industrial School and North Magdalen Laundry

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When

3 and 4 June
5.30pm

Where

The Industrial School and North Magdalen Laundry

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Artist Instagram - Madeleine JevonsArtist Instagram - Molly Collier-O'BoyleArtist Instagram - Anthony ChatawayArtist Instagram - James MorleyArtist Instagram - Penny Quartet

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Synchronicities is a concert and meditation experience, featuring chamber music across two performances at dusk. A string duet and quintet will play, whilst the audience is invited into a deep listening and centring experience, in the form of a sonic meditation. A combination of classical and contemporary music intertwines familiarity and comfort with new experiences.

The bar will be open, and the sun will be setting… join us as we continue to reconnect with live music and each other.

Make a night of it!

Get 30% off Synchronicities and a brand-new work by Forest Collective, Tideswhich will take place on the same evening at 7.30pm.

Enjoy a full night of exceptional live music, just use code DEAL30 at checkout for both shows.

Book tickets to Tides here.

About Synchronicities

These performers are some of Melbourne’s most prolific and passionate musicians. They are all alumni of the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM), with graduation dates spanning the past 8 years.

Co-organiser Molly Collier-O’Boyle is a curator, educator and performer and is currently the acting associate principal viola with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

Co-organiser Madeleine Jevons (violin) divides her time between playing in and managing the Penny Quartet, freelancing and collaborating with artists of all sorts.

They are joined by Meg Cohen on violin (historically informed performance specialist and freelancer), Anthony Chataway on viola (Penny Quartet, MSO) and James Morley on cello (Freedman finalist, soloist and freelancer).

Synchronicities is made possible, thanks to the generous support of The Bowness Family Foundation and The Angior Family Foundation, we thank you for your continued support of the performing arts.

Access

The Industrial School is wheelchair accessible, however, the flooring is rough. Gender-neutral and accessible toilets are available close to the venue.

The North Magdalen Laundry is universally accessible. Gender-neutral and accessible toilets are available within the venue.

Please also see the Convent’s COVID Safe Plan here