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The Trilling Wire Mini-Music Festival

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by Debra Lidster (subscribe)
Debra, a stay-at-home mum of three, loves experiencing and sharing all that Brisbane has to offer; especially southside secrets.
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Free contemporary music concert
The Trilling Wire, now in its third year, returns in 2013 with a free, mini music festival at the Queensland Conservatorium (South Bank), from February 7 to February 8.



Presented by Clocked Out, ensemble-in-residence at the Queensland Conservatorium, the Trilling Wire is an annual series of concerts in Brisbane.

A ticketed event at the Judith Wright Centre in past years, this year's concert moves to the new location at the Queensland Conservatorium Foyer and is completely free to the public. Held over two nights, four contemporary music groups will be featured at the festival; combining percussion, electro-acoustic, free jazz, break-beats, piano, woodwind, and brass.

Thursday, February 7
Clocked Out Duo (Brisbane)
Speak Percussion (Melbourne)

Friday, February 8
The Quadratic Contingency (Brisbane)
Peter Knight's Fish Boast Of Fishing (Melbourne)

Enjoy an evening of "innovative, rich, beautiful and strange sounds". Performances commence at 7pm for the two hour concert. For more information, click here.
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Why? Innovative and exciting
When: Thursday, February 7 and Friday, February 8
Phone: 3735 6241
Where: 140 Grey Street, South Bank
Cost: Free
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