Music and Art explorations of the Australian landscape. Musical works, photography, live stream nature walks, special guests and more...

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We had an awesome day on Sunday (sept 20th) learning about the bush near Woronora River and playing music inspired by it. Check out the videos below.



Live Stream Composing Walk

Damian Barbeler solo walk at Woronora River

for Sydney Sacred Music Festival

CONFIRMED Friday 18th 3pm

Live Stream Composing Walk

with Uncle Max Harrison at Woronora River

for Sydney Sacred Music Festival

CONFIRMED Sunday 20th 11am

Live Stream Performance

with Veronique Serret  and Uncle Max Harrison at Woronora River

Woronora River for Sydney Sacred Music Festival

Confirmed SUNDAY September 20th 2pm

For those keen on more "Composing Walks" the good news is we are gearing up to present a series of walks with interesting people over the next 12 months. There is a bunch of work to do to get this up and rolling, however if you subscribe by clicking below we'll give you news about our next walks and performances of works inspired by them.

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Original Visiting Eucalyptus project created in 2018 with the assistance of Cliff Wallis and Sayaka Mihara, with James Crabb and the Four Winds Easter Festival.

Acknowledgement of Country

We would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the past and present traditional, first nation Elders and peoples of Australia. They are the true custodians of this

country and we celebrate and cherish their ancient and continuing creative and spiritual engagement with this land.

We are grateful to those indigenous people of various nations on mainland Australia and the Torres Strait Islands who have warmly and kindly shared their traditional insights with us. We are mindful of the custodianship of the traditional owners of the past and present of the different lands we travel through for this work. We are conscious of what a special thing it is to be helped into a deeper understanding of the Australian landscape.

© 2020 By Damian Barbeler and Tim Jetis