Luminous Festival Australia

2009-04-29 by Meatplow | 4 Comments
Experience Brian Eno performing live onstage for the first time ever in Australia!

Prepare for PURE SCENIUS when the LUMINOUS mastermind joins forces with Underworld’s Karl Hyde, guitarist Leo Abrahams, synthesist Jon Hopkins and Australia’s undisputed maestros of improvised minimalism – The Necks.

One day. Three improvised concerts. Two intervals. Each concert picks up where the other left off. Choose your own one, two or three part adventure in sound and vision. The first concert is based on a predetermined sequence of events and parts two and three will progress from there – each will have its similarities, each will have its differences. Like a laboratory conducting an undisclosed experiment, PURE SCENIUS will be a combustible, spontaneous, must-see mix of intellect, innovation and instrumentation.

And the experiment goes beyond audio; offstage Toby Vogel will be filming, mixing, re-processing and projecting layers of imagery on three massive screens – just like he does for Underworld’s live shows.

Whether you’re fascinated by process or performance, improvisation or collaboration, minimalism or chaos, you need to experience the grand finale to the LUMINOUS festival.

Pricing and structure

Go to one, go to two, or go to them all! You’ve got three options. You decide.

Option 1: see any one concert in the series and pay $60

Option 2: see any two concerts in the series and pay $95

Option 3: for the complete experience, see all three concerts and pay $130

http://www.sydneyoperahouse.com/whatson/purescenius.aspx

Tagged: Brian Eno

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AtavanHalen
April 29th 2009
17927 Comments


Um...old news is old?

Aaron
April 29th 2009
657 Comments


I'm excited. I'm keen to go.

sgrevs
April 29th 2009
698 Comments


Got my ticket to see Battles at the Opera House as part of this festival. Which will rule. This would be good too but too expensive.

StickmanSouffle
April 30th 2009
286 Comments


Awesome.



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