The upcoming kaleidoscopic experience Music in The Sky is set to transform the interior of the Roundhouse and transport audiences into an ethereal realm of sound and light during the intimate 75-minute shows, with twilight and moonlight sessions each evening on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 May 2021.
Celebrated pianist and composer Luke Howard and The Nano Symphony perform as a six-piece ensemble, reimagining popular classical works including Debussy’s Rêverie, Eric Satie’s Gymnopedie No.1 and Gnossienne No.3 together with contemporary compositions in a contemplative neoclassical style that stirs the heart and emotions.
These compositions are enhanced by motion graphics and digital projections to create an immersive musical evening like no other. Beamed through six 10k projectors, Music in The Sky’s imagery journeys from sunset into dreaming, through space to sunrise. Imagery, colour and tempo all sync to each musical moment.
The AJN has five double passes to give away to the show at 6pm on Sunday, May 30.
For more information about the show, please go to musicinthesky.com.au
Competition entries close Wednesday, May 19 at 9am.
This competition is open to Australian residents only. Employees of The Australian Jewish News and their immediate families are ineligible to enter. Competition entries close May 19, 2021 at 9am. The winners will be drawn at The AJN Melbourne office on May 19, 2021. The winners will be drawn randomly and contacted by email only, using the email registered by the winner. The AJN cannot be held responsible for entrants failing to check their email or providing incorrect information. Winners’ names and details may be passed on to the promoter for winners to redeem prizes. Please note that the prizes are only those mentioned in the competition notice and are non-exchangeable. Tickets are strictly only available for the allocated performance and the allocated seat reflected on the ticket. Winners’ names will not be published due to privacy concerns, however, winners’ names will be kept on record at The Australian Jewish News Melbourne office. Unless otherwise notified, winners must pick up their prize from The AJN offices, located at Level 1, 589 Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick, Victoria or Level 1, 55 Grafton Street, Bondi Junction, NSW. NSW Permit Number: LTPM/08/00233