Part-music, part-weather forecast. The Griffyn Ensemble celebrates National Science Week with a performance inspired by the weather in all four seasons. Geomorphologist and weatherman Rob Gell is on-stage with simulated weather forecasts whilst the Griffyn Ensemble perform music spanning genre and geography, mapping the evolution of the earths climate.
Featuring re-imaginings of works by Crowded House; contemporary art music from Urugua, Latvia, and Japan, chamber jazz and song by American musical maverick Alec Wilder and George Gershwin; divine sounds from Debussy and Villa-Lobos, and works by Australian composers Elena Kats-Chernin and Michael Sollis.
Melbourne: Thursday 9 August 7pm @ National Gallery of Victoria
Bendigo: Friday 10 August 7pm @ Discovery Science and Technology Centre
Albury: Saturday 11 August 4pm @ Albury LibraryMuseum
Canberra: Sunday 12 August 2:30pm @ National Gallery of Australia
with special guest, former weather presenter Rob Gell