Vivid Music @ Seymour 2015
Sydney will once again be transformed when Vivid Sydney enthrals audiences with the largest program of light, music and ideas in its six year history.
Vivid Sydney is a unique annual event of light, music and ideas that illuminates the city’s iconic architecture into a breathtaking playground of innovative and inspiring lighting sculptures, installations and music. The Seymour Centre, in conjunction with the University of Sydney is hosting a week long celebration as part of Vivid Sydney.
Vivid Music @ Seymour
Now in its third year, the Seymour Centre once again becomes the home for the most innovative new ideas in Australian Music.
Musify + Gamify
The 2015 program includes a focus on the interface between music and gaming with an interactive foyer exhibition (see details below) and main stage performances including Robbie Avenaim and Chris Abrahams (The Necks) and Ensemble Offspring. Musify + Gamify is curated by Ollie Brown and Lian Loke.
New Wave Sound
The Seymour Program also features intimate concerts by some of Australia’s leading new music artisits including; Alana Blackburn, Daniel Blinkhorn (frostbYte), Robert Evans and a major performance event from composer Andrée Greenwell, Gothic.
An international series of musifications and gamifications, videogames, generative music and contemporary immersive and interactive experiences throughout the foyer of the Seymour Centre. Includes works by Lucas Abela, David Kanaga, Michaela Davies and The Futile Research Lab.
Vivid Ideas @ Seymour
We can foresee a world in which the format of the record/tape/CD is consigned to a moment in history, not because we don’t need physical media any more, but because in the digital age everything is interactive, evolving, personalisable — and not least music. This debate brings together practitioners and thinkers from different worlds of music and digital design to re-imagine what music is and discuss where its future may lie.
Vivid Lights @ University of Sydney
See the University of Sydney’s historical architecture transformed into an interactive canvas of light. This breathtaking collaboration between students, designers, researchers, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander local artists and creative industries, creates a playground of innovative and inspiring lighting sculptures and installations. More Information here.
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Located conveniently at the Broadway end of the city, the Seymour is close to Central and Redfern Stations, with great transport links, ample parking and plenty of nearby facilities
Visitors to the Seymour can enjoy a big range of food and drink options - coffee cart, gourmet BBQ, two bars and nearby restaurants