Music From Inside the Pyramids with Rupert Guenther
Come on a journey in music and mythical imagery spanning thousands of years and be immersed in the world of ancient Egypt, which laid out so many of the universally adopted rituals, symbols and truths present in all the popular religions throughout history and which are still in use to this present day.The concert moves through the cradle of civilisation to the many divergent forms of evolving cultures in humanity’s timeless search for meaning, healing, and the universal tendency of humans to embark on a quest for wellbeing in their “afterlife”.
Rupert Guenther “created an Ed Sheeran-meets-Brian Cox vibe, with sinuous interweaving of melodic lines and harmonies to instil a sense of meditative wonder.” The West Australian
Rupert is a international composer-violinist whose bespoke performances include Tate Britain London, Docklands Museum London, National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne, Lawrence Wilson Gallery UWA, Guildhall Festival London, Melbourne International Festival, Bombora House NYC, and recitals in Sweden, Austria, Italy and USA. Trained as a virtuoso concert violinist in Vienna, Austria, his deep feeling for music, the natural environment and the cosmos has fueled his musical passions over a diverse range of musical styles since a young age. Formerly a member of the Vienna Chamber Opera, he has been sideman to the stars such as Beatles’ producer Sir George Martin, Olivia-Newton John, Demis Roussos, John Farnham, Anthony Warlow, and Hollywood singer-songwriter Lisbeth Scott.
29 July | 5pm
Northbridge WA 6000