When:Saturday 17 March, 2-3pm and 4-5pm
A Vigil for the Moon is a showcase of music and dance by young performers, acknowledging loss, celebrating transformation and sharing hope. The concert’s title is taken from Omar Musa’s poem The Moon, which was written in response to the executions of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan in 2015.
The showcase will feature performances from:
- Woden Valley Youth Choir‘s Australis Voices and Centauri Voices
- Cellist Ariel Chou, accompanied by Ruth Giddy
- Fresh Funk, and more.
A Vigil for the Moon is offered as part of The Human Condition, a suite of public programs that invite the community to explore the many difficult themes and questions emerging from the works exhibited as part of Another Day in Paradise and the associated story.
This event is free to attend, but seating is limited. Please reserve your ticket online to avoid disappointment.