Sarah Mary Chadwick: The Queen Who Stole the Sky
See St. Paul’s Cathedral transformed into a grand gig space, with Chadwick working her magic on the T.C Lewis pipe organ.
Melbourne Music Week's 2017 edition made quite the sonic splash when it saw St. Paul's Cathedral reimagined as a grand gig space, heroing that T.C Lewis pipe organ. This year, Melbourne music lovers are in for a similar treat when the building again plays host to a groundbreaking night of performance, this time starring the sounds of renowned local artist Sarah Mary Chadwick.
On Tuesday, November 19, Chadwick will take to the cathedral's famed 147-year-old instrument to play tunes from her acclaimed work The Queen Who Stole the Sky. The album was commissioned by the City of Melbourne and recorded live on the grand organ at Melbourne Town Hall. Prepare to be swept away by the booming tones and emotionally charged soundtrack, soaring through the church's lofty interiors and giving you all the feels.