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HISTORIC PERFORMANCE BY SYDNEY SONATA SINGERS  AT THE 19TH BIENNALE OF SYDNEY

HISTORIC PERFORMANCE BY SYDNEY SONATA SINGERS AT THE 19TH BIENNALE OF SYDNEY Featured

The famous Filipino Choir  "  Sydney Sonata Singers"    will make history when they perform in front of the  mainstream audience at the 19th Biennale of Sydney on 26th April  at 2 PM Cockatoo Island .  They are the first Filipino artists to be invited to participate in this huge international event which started on 21 March till 9th June 2014. The performance at this event  will catapult the group to international stardom and will give a big boost to their impressive popularity and will promote  the  goodwill about the Philippines and its people. About  200  Art Works  of many nternational artists  are on display in  five  great Arts venues like the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Museum of Contemporary Arts at the Rocks and the World Heritage -listed Cockatoo Island. They will perform at Storytime at the Village Venue. The programme will feature a range of short enactments that will showcase local stories and fables developed and recited by children and students or retold by elders from diverse communities. the Danish Village by Randi and Katrine will be used as a backdrop. 

 

The Biennale of Sydney   is Australia's largest and most exciting international festival of contemporary visual art. It is also the fourth oldest biennale in the world. This year's theme - " You Imagine What You Desire "

 

 Ms Tess Cayanan, the SSS Events Coordinator said "Be early bring the whole family for a fun day.  For seniors , please take the regular City Harbour Ferry Services at Wharf 5 to use your concession . The event is FREE however online bookings are essentail for the biennale ferry to Cockatoo Island. The return fare is $7. Children under 16 are free but a valid ticket is still required . Persons with disabilities and their carers are also free. To book for the biennale ferry: https://biennaleofsydney.com.au/19bos/ferry

 

 

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