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Feat music of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Beethoven & Vivaldi

Danza Productions is proudly presenting their latest music extravaganza in Melbourne, Earth Show A Rock and Classical Journey Across the Earth, on Saturday, 9 November 2019.

Staged at Deakin Edge, Fed Square, Melbourne, Earth Show is a music and visual spectacular featuring 10 string and electric guitarist Matthew Fagan (aka Lord of the Strings) and band and friends, including Internationally acclaimed, award-winning concert pianist, Nicholas Young and composer Alan Griffiths.

Audiences can expect a diverse repertoire of classic rock favourites by the likes of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and Emerson Lake and Palmer, alongside Beethoven's 5th Symphony, Vivaldi's Four Season and works by Australian composers Matthew Fagan (Albums Voyages & Indigo Moon) and Alan Griffiths (Albums Introspection and Rare View).

Stunning visual projections will accompany the live music performances and celebrate the beauty and diversity of our planet earth, including human impacts, solutions and opportunities to take action to protect what we love.

Visuals have been supported by Parks Victoria, Australian Antarctic Division, Zoos Victoria, Victorian National Parks Association, The Arthur Rylah Research Institute, 2040, Tree Sisters, The Field Naturalists Club of Victoria, Extinction Rebellion, Jacinda Brown Photography, Photographer Gayle Osborne from Wombat Forest Care and more.

Come and be involved in climate change action and awareness and celebrate our environment with Earth Show!

Tickets are now on sale and include entry to the 'Our Shared Home' environment symposium from 5.00pm to 6.30pm.

The symposium is focused on the importance of the protection and restoration of living ecosystems as a natural climate solution option. Speakers range from Scientists from Zoos Victoria, The Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, The Threatened Species Recovery Hub to Conservation Campaigners from Victorian National Parks Association and Friends of the Earth and representatives from Citizen Science Groups the Field Naturalist Club of Victoria and Friends of the Leadbeaters Possum Group & more. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from people who have dedicated their lives to the environment as they share their wealth of knowledge and what they have witnessed and learnt, through direct experience, who will share about a range activities for the public to get involved in, inspiring action.


Secure your ticket today at evtp.to/a41e5.

WeekendNotes subscribers can take advantage of $10 off ticket prices using the codeword WEN10.

Prices are as follows:

Pre Sales: Adult $55, Concession $50, Student $40, Child U 16 $30, Group of 8 of more $45 per person.

Door Sales: Extra $5 subject to availability.

For more information on the event, musicians and ticketing options, please see evtp.to/a4259


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When: Saturday 9th November 8.00pm (Doors open 7.15pm)
Website: evtp.to/a4259
Where: Deakin Edge, Fed. Square Cnr Swanston St and Flinders St, Melbourne, VIC, 3000
Cost: Pre Sales:Adult $55, Concession $50, Student $40, Child U 16 $30, Group 8 $45 per person Door Sales: Extra $5 SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY
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