“Something Will Happen”

A pop-up warehouse gig of Australian music and performance art.

A relaxed night at an impromptu warehouse speak-easy. Chat and chill out with friends on a surprising array of couches.

Music by percussionist Kaylie Dunstan, chamber ensemble The Nano Symphony and singer-songwriter Harry Heart.

Live performances in various forms by Paloma Negra, UNO One of Many, and Liberte LaFemme.

The Nano Symphony will also be premiering Sydney composer, Peggy Polias’s latest album, Hive.

Date: Friday, November 2
Time: 7pm-late
Entry: $20 – Tickets here.
Venue: Shepherd St, Marrickville

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7:30pm Kaylie Dunstan & UNO One of Many

  • TBC

8:30pm The Nano Symphony presents Hive with live painting by Liberte LaFemme

9:30pm Harry Heart & Paloma Negra

Background Playlist Curated by the Artists:


Kaylie Dunstan:

44566079_1693932744046246_3599131561246588928_nKaylie has a performance degree from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Stuttgart. She returned to Australia to complete a Masters in Percussion Theatre, highlighting Australian works involving the performer’s vocal, movement and acting skills. She is a freelancer based in Sydney, performing with ensembles such as the Metropolitan Orchestra, Halcyon and Ensemble Offspring.

Learn more: http://kayliedunstan.com/


UNO one of many:


Conceived deep within the labyrinth of the rabbit hole. Raised in a shanty in the backwoods of bewilderment. UNO has spent the better part of the last decade traipsing around the globe deciphering the key to calamity .

The unstable king, the wondering rapscallion, the one and only.

UNO; one of many.

Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/UNOONEOFMANY/


The Nano Symphony


Having being labelled a “brilliant chamber trio” who “enthralled the audience”, The Nano Symphony exists to explore the expansion of possibilities in expressive performance regardless of style or ‘genre’. Comprised of accomplished performers, this multi-faceted ensemble was formed in 2014, is of the highest calibre and has an ever-fresh-approach.

Currently writing their own original post/neo-classical music, The Nano Symphony has just completed a tour of Cyprus and Greece and have begun recording their new album.
Apart from being established soloists in their own right, The Nano Symphony’s members’ experience, in addition to conducting and teaching, includes performing concerti with full symphony orchestra, joining Australia’s leading ensembles on stage and on tour – (Opera Australia, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Omega Ensemble, Sydney, Melbourne, Tasmanian and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras and many others) and teaching at the Sydney Conservatorium.

The Nano Symphony is – Catherine Thompson (clarinet, vocals, synths), Lee Akinsanya (Piano) and Neil Thompson (viola, vocals, synths)

Liberte LaFemme

Shrouded in mystery…
Learn more?

Harry Heart

Harry Heart FINALS-19Harry Heart is no ordinary song-writer. Growing up in East London, Harry became an accidental multi-instrumentalist in rural Queensland as a teenager, receiving triple j (AUS) rotation and touring nationally in two acts before finishing high school. Heart’s moody alternative rock heavily mixes UK influences with the energy and brazenness of the Aussie music scene, with acoustic moments comparable to those of Death Cab For Cutie. Heart has worked closely with members of renowned Australian acts Bluejuice, Glass Towers and The Snowdroppers, with a tendency to branch out and tap into the plethora of talent from the far corners of Australia.

Harry Heart already carries ten years of song-writing experience under his belt, enabling him with a musical maturity beyond his years.
Learn more: www.harryheart.com

Paloma Negra

Paloma Negra is a contemporary dancer who is now a performance artist. In the last 10 years she has been dedicated to exploring the performers mind in relation to aging, sexuality = ritual of performance and it’s fetish (obsessive) subtext.

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