Please note: this is a past event
We're keeping this page here for future reference.
Friday 21st of February, 2020,
- Riverlinks Eastbank - 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton
This is a free event
No bookings required.
- Riverlinks Box Office: 03 5832 9511
A collaboration of art, knowledge and culture
All Pasts Lead to Now is a concert series that will feature a range of music, song, spoken word, dance and visuals that draws on the varied backgrounds of each artist.
The series has been crafted by Riverlinks and Multicultural Arts Victoria, as well as six local artists; Neil Morris, Mellisa Silaga, Aaron Stephanus, Ree Peric, Madi Colville Walker and Vincent Kitungano, who will help deliver the events.
ARTISTS PERFORMING AT CONCERT ONE:
Concert one will be hosted by Neil Morris and features:
Lillie is a gifted young Indigenous singer, born and raised in Shepparton. She is well known to local stages and has also performed in Melbourne with the Dhungala Children's Choir as well as through her own solo work.
Allara is a Yorta Yorta musician, composer, filmmaker, Wayapa Wuurrk-er and climate justice activist. Her music features looped tones and soaring melodies that are intertwined into her spirituality, culture and the environment.
DRMNGNOW is a Yorta Yorta, independent artist based artist in Naarm (Melbourne). With his roots as a cultural performer, DRMNGNOW brings a striking interdisciplinary approach to his art and is known for crafting a dynamic intersection of sounds fusing Indigenous singing and language, live instrumentation, hip hop, paradigm challenging poetry and ambient electronic textures.
Bricky B is a local Yorta Yorta man and hip hop / spoken word artist. He was born and raised in the Goulburn Valley. Bricky B says his art is a reflection of his reality.
This project is proudly supported by Creative Victoria's Regional Partnerships program.