The Song Company – One Equal Music

Wesley Uniting Church
Friday 9 November at 7.30pm

In the centenary of the end of World War I, the Song Company draws on the 16th/17th century metaphysical poets John Donne and George Herbert as the entrée to remembrance and visions of perfection and freedom from disorder – hence the title of the concert : ‘no noise nor silence, but one equal music’.

With seven newly commissioned works, including one by Ross Edwards, this performance will end the Song Company’s 2018 season with sublime music and provoking thoughts from the irony of Douglas Mueke to the passionate longing of Donne.


Tickets from$65, $60, $40).  And you can also now purchase 2019 season subscriptions.

Listen to Barbie’s interview with Antony Pitts, artistic director of The Song Company.