The Djari Project | Darwin Festival
The Djari Project is an award-winning collaboration between Galpu songman Guwanbal Gurruwiwi (Galiwin'ku) and composer Netanela Mizrahi.
Celebrate the launch of the project's first album of unique choral and chamber works in Indigenous languages in a concert featuring the Young Adelaide Voices' Aurora Ensemble directed by Christie Anderson, the Djari Project chamber ensemble and the voice of Guwanbal Gurruwiwi.
Share in musical stories that bring together traditional Indigenous songs and values with classical Western traditions for an uplifting evening that is for everyone to enjoy.
In a performance project that works explicitly with the development, performance and teaching of new works in Indigenous languages, The Djari Project highlights the role of the arts and creativity in social justice and a community’s approach to recovering from trauma. Indigenous languages are underrepresented in Australian youth choral and art Music, even more so repertoire composed by and in partnership with Yolŋu Traditional Owners.
Tickets also available from Darwin Festival at darwinfestival.org.au or 08 8943 4222
Sunday 15 August 2021
All Tickets tickets from $35.70 to $42
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