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Saturday 26 November 2022  |  7:30PM


Ngaiire’s distinctive flair and style has won her wide acclaim, with her performances likened to a ‘magic show’ in The Sydney Morning Herald. This ‘magic’ is reflective of an artist between worlds, in her own words, ‘as slow and breezy as a New Islander but also as stubborn and passionate as a Highlander. A bit Australian but also a bit Kiwi.’ Working across these intersections, Ngaiire’s music consistently embraces the space in-between.

Her recent album emerged from a 2017 trip to Papua New Guinea, with her music responding to the environment and landscapes of her home country. This collaboration of Ngaiire and Paul Grabowsky promises new imaginings of past and present work from two artists especially conscious of space, and their place within it. 

| Approximately two hours, including a twenty-minute interval.
Dining Options | Cheese and charcuterie platters are available to pre-order to enjoy before the concert ($25). 

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