Conservatorium of Music

DOTS ON THE ROX

Summary

A unique musical experience based on the tracking of elephant seals

Start Date

11th Aug 2012 7:30pm

End Date

11th Aug 2012 8:30pm

Venue

Conservatorium Recital Hall, 5 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart

 

The tracking of southern elephant seals has inspired a unique collaboration between scientists from the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) and musicians from the UTAS Conservatorium of Music. Tonight's collaboration is held as part of National Science Week 2012. 

Come and hear how a collaboration between IMAS researcher, Dr Mary-Anne Lea and Sydney-based sound artist and sculptor, Dr Nigel Helyer produces a unique musical experience through musicians Associate Professor Andrew Legg (piano), Dr Glen Hodges (guitar), Nick Haywood (double bass) and Alistair Dobson (saxophone).

 

VENUE:
Conservatorium Recital Hall
5 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart

 

TICKETS: 
Tonight's event is FREE

 

CREDITS & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: 
Dots on the Rox is supported by the Australian Network for Art and Technology in association with the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body. The project has been developed with the support and generosity of the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania Conservatorium of Music, University of Tasmania and the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystem Cooperative Research Centre University of Tasmania.