*Warning: thinking is dangerous
Bright Thinking* is a monthly discussion in the style of the French Café philosophique (“cafe-philo”) started by Marc Sautet in Paris.
The topic this month is “Music: Why do humans sing?”
“He who sings frightens away his ills.”
– Miguel de Cervantes
“Music is not an attempt to bring order out of chaos nor to suggest improvements in creation, but simply a way of waking up to the very life we’re living.”
– John Cage
Tasmanian folk-pop artist Madelena Andersen-Ward is a versatile vocalist with a warm sweet tone and soft Australian lilt. Since launching her single ‘My Lightest Shade’ in 2016, she has played at a number of notable Tasmania’s festivals including Falls Festival Marion Bay, Cygnet Folk Festival, Festival of Voices and Dark Mofo.
Maria Lurighi is coordinator of Contemporary Voice and the vocal coach for the Southern Gospel choir, working in collaboration with Dr Andrew Legg. She has appeared on many occasions for the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Ten Days on the Island and Festival of Voices. Maria is passionate about the voice and its ability to connect with people from all walks of life.
This Bright Thinking* will be mediated by Salamanca Arts Centre CEO and composer Joe Bugden.
Drinks and nibbles available to purchase at the bar.
This is a FREE EVENT, but please register ONLINE HERE to secure your seat.
Thursday 19 July 2018, 6:45pm – 9:00pm
Door open @ 6:45pm / Start 7:00pm