|Thu 10 Mar 2016, 6:00pm|
New Zealand has never witnessed a world music collaboration like this before. John Psathas’ “love letter to peace” features international musicians performing live alongside 150 virtual musicians from more than 20 countries, including Serj Tankian (Lebanon/Armenia/ USA), Meeta Pandit (India), UNESCO Artist for Peace Márta Sebestyén (Hungary) and Refugees of Rap (Syria/Palestine).
No Man’s Land brings together the descendants of opposing forces in World War I and reunites them in friendship and musical exchange on the sites where their forefathers fought a century ago.
Director Jasmine Millet and cinematographer Mathew Knight filmed musicians around the globe and they will be projected, and their sound integrated, into the live performances on the stage. Together these virtual and live performers create an international orchestra performing music that leaps musical genres as it does borders, from folk to jazz to rock and classical.
Be part of a once-in-a-lifetime event that brings the world together for peace through the uplifting music of John Psathas.
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