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Make Music with What's in Front of You with Joel Roberts & Bella Young | Salamanca Arts Centre | Terça, 10. Dezembro 2019

Make Music with What's in Front of You! (0-5 Years)
Participate in a sound making playground where children can explore everyday objects to make sound and music. Choose your own adventure, or join in with set activities. Sounds will be created from everyday recycled objects, conventional instruments, and the venue itself.

For children aged 0 to 5 years and their families. Children must be accompanied by an *****.
Registrations essential, $10 + Booking Fee
Meet in Kelly's Garden, off Kelly's Lane.
All materials provided but please bring a snack and drink bottle.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
JOEL ROBERTS 
Listening is central to Joel's work, whether in the role of musician, composer or teacher. His music fuses conventional notated music, electronics and the sounds of nature and everyday objects. Just as important are the spaces and environments in which they are experienced. A fascination with the historical evolution of musical instruments is explored through the research, design and building of instruments from everyday materials. Joel has maintained a guitar teaching studio in Hobart since 2011, teaching from home and at several schools in the area. At present he is developing programs to share a broader experience of music making and instrument building with intergenerational groups.
BELLA YOUNG is a Tasmanian artist passionate about performance as an actor, dancer, teacher & director. Prior Co-President of PLoT Theatre Society, Bella teaches at React Drama School and Exitleft Performance Academy, works as a practicing artist with Second Echo Ensemble, and previous private artist at kdcworks. Bella teaches youth theatre workshops that aim to advocate an open and supportive community; providing a friendly, entry-level environment for skill development that is fun and engages young people in cross-discipline experiences surrounding performance. Last year’s training took her to: Geelong, Back to Back Theatre; Paris, Jacques Lecoq School; Southern France, OBRA Theatre Co; and Stratford-Upon-Avon, The Royal Shakespeare Company. In Hobart, she has directed student productions such as Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice and is part of the 2019 arTERLIER collective. Bella’s practise focuses upon solo and collaborative devised theatre and ensemble-based performance, welcoming people of all performance backgrounds, ages and abilities.