NEW Crossing Roper Bar CD now available

The Manikay song series of the Yolŋu represent one of the most affecting performance traditions from the oldest living culture on Earth. Since 2005, Benjamin Wilfred and the Young Wägilak Group have worked closely with the AAO to develop contemporary…Read More

Call for Abstracts | 9th Symposium on Indigenous Music & Dance

Dates: 13–15 July 2010 Venue: Australian Academy of Science Shine Dome, Canberra Deadline for Abstracts: 31 May 2010 The 9th Symposium on Indigenous Music and Dance will be held in Canberra in conjunction with the Symposium on Information Technologies and…Read More

ARC grants announced: $3.5 million to strengthen Australia’s Indigenous cultures

Fellows of the National Recording Project will receive a total of $3,472,177 for seven grants under the Future Fellowship, Discovery Projects, Linkage Projects and Discovery Indigenous Researchers Development schemes announced this year by the Australian…Read More

Reflections & Voices: Exploring the Music of Yothu Yindi with Mandawuy Yunupiŋu

by Aaron Corn with contributions by Marcia Langton, Allan Marett, Melinda Sawers & Galarrwuy Yunupiŋu Available from the SUP eStore: http://fmx01.ucc.usyd.edu.au/jspcart/jsp/cart/Product.jsp?nID=398&nCategoryID=24 In the early 1990s, the Australian…Read More

OUT NOW | The Indigenous Music of Australia, Book 1

Reflections and Voices: Exploring the music of Yothu Yindi with Mandawuy Yunupiŋu by Aaron Corn with contributions by Marcia Langton, Allan Marett, Melinda Sawers, Mandawuy Yunupiŋu and Galarrwuy Yunupiŋu Follow this link to order direct from Sydney…Read More

Free Melbourne Event | Crossing Roper Bar Forum, 28 August 2009

Australian Art Orchestra and the National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia present a forum and concert featuring Crossing Roper Bar on Friday, 28 August 2009. Join us in this afternoon and evening of events exploring the Crossing…Read More

ARC grant success for Indigenous performance traditions

Dear Friends and Colleagues On behalf of the National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia, it is my great privilege to congratulate Dr Sally Treloyn (CDU), Professor Allan Marett (CDU) and Mr Andrew Dowding (Ngarluma Aboriginal…Read More
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