Gaia Rhythm Show: Entertainment at Sydney Botanical GardensBy admin | March 5, 2014
Sydney Botanical Gardens Autumn Vibes Festival
9th MARCH 2014
The Gaia Rhythm Show will be performing at Sydney’s Botanical Gardens Sunday, March 9th, part of the Botanical Gardens Autumn Vibes Festival.
Watch Gaia Rhythm’s incredibly talented dancers with their contemporary global show, a high-energy performance certain to create a unique fun filled afternoon surrounded in the beautiful Botanical Gardens.
The Autumn Vibes Festival will also offer guided themed walks and talks, plant related art demonstrations, multicultural food stalls and much more.
An African Drumming Performance and drumming workshop by Drum Beats will also be on offer whilst children can move to the beat too, with special drum aerobics workshops.
Autumn Vibes incorporates plant collections at the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney from Asia and Australia too, with over 9,000 plants growing there and more than 6,000 of them are from around the world.
Angela Grima, Co-Founder and Artistic Director Gaia Rhythm said, “It will be an amazing kaleidoscope of vibrant musical performances on the day. We’re really excited to be playing and supporting the Autumn Vibes festival to help promote the incredible variety of plants we are fortunate to grow here in Sydney.”
Link to map & main stage schedule
Interviews are available with Angela Grima. Please contact Rob Wines on 0412 577 568 or by email at email@example.com
About the Gaia Rhythm Show
From the ancient sounds of the Mongolian mountains to the ruins of the Maltese temples the voices are sung across the lands……
The Gaia Rhythm Show is a mesmeric encounter with another world,
A story of what it is to be human and the relationship between man and Earth, an awareness that our planet is forever changing, an adapting organism that we are all part of.
Featuring rare and rich virtuoso talents with music that has a language of its own, the show has a World Music flavour with similarities to Enigma & Deep Forest. Whilst the stunning acrobats, aerialists and dancers dressed in beautifully crafted costumes invariably draw comparisons to the performances of Cirque du Soleil.
On Sunday March 9th, the line-up includes Angela ‘the Chameleon” – the World Pop Opera Vocalist with a 4 octave range, Buku – Australia’s only Mongolian Throat Singer & Horse Fiddle player, Kaija on Cello & Vocals, Keys with Michael, Drums & Percussion with Peter, along with the talented Adagio Acrobats, Kea & Simon.
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