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Black Arm Band

Presented in Season 2 2006

8pm, Fri 27 Oct
8pm, Sat 28 Oct

75 mins, no interval
Premium: $65
A Res $50/ $45 (Groups 8+)
B Res $40/ $30/ $19
C Res $28/ $21/ $19
School Groups: $12

The Arts Centre
Hamer Hall
100 St Kilda Rd,


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murundak (meaning ‘alive’ in woiwurrung language) is an extraordinary musical event that celebrates music as an instrument of identity, resistance, resilience and a call to freedom. Arts House brings together for the first time The Black Arm Band, a 21-piece ensemble featuring a line up of exceptional soloists performing works from the inspirational songbook of contemporary indigenous life.

Indigenous musicians playing in The Black Arm Band are amongst the most respected names in Australian music and include Dave Arden, Mark Atkins, Lou Bennett, Kev Carmody, Liz Cavanagh, Kutcha Edwards, Carole Fraser, Joe Geia, Ruby Hunter, Stephen Pigram, Archie Roach, Peter Rotumah and Bart Willoughby. They will be joined by special guests including Paul Kelly and Shane Howard.

Supported by – The Black Arm Band has been conceived, developed and produced by Arts House in association with Black Ruby Productions to be presented by the Melbourne International Arts Festival in the Arts Centre, Hamer Hall
Image by – Garth Oriander