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Heartland

Identity, country and landscape are the inspiration for the meditative sounds from duo William Barton and Véronique Serret.
By Emma Joyce
December 23, 2020
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By Emma Joyce
December 23, 2020
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Returning to Sydney Festival following a sold-out performance in 2020, leading didgeridoo player and composer William Barton and acclaimed violinist Véronique Serret are performing meditative music together in two shows at the Seymour Centre. At the time of writing, both performances are already operating a waitlist for tickets — and understandably so. The collaboration of two powerhouse performers results in soaring vocals and distinctly Australian sounds that are reminiscent of our country's vast and diverse landscape. Heartland brings in traditional songlines and modern storytelling via Barton's mother, Aunty Delmae Barton, who wrote the show's poetry especially for these performances.

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