A special live concert and film screening will be held at the Paddock in Mullum on Saturday August 19 from 5.30pm.
Described as a ‘multi-arts manifesto’, CREDO is spearheaded by pianist/composer, Yantra de Vilder, from Pianos for the People, in partnership with the Paddock, and features The Ephemera Choir.
‘This is a grassroots community activation and resilience building event after the flood, combining music and film projections with home cooked food’, says de Vilder.
She says the event marks the installation of one of 15 pianos to flood-affected homes and places in the Northern Rivers.
The aim of Pianos for the People, says de Vilder, is to restore and reinvent discarded pianos and install them in public places for anyone to play.
She says the choir’s original songs and films were composed and created during the pandemic, and the floods that followed in the Northern Rivers.
‘These internationally award winning music art films have been transformed into a live theatrical event, where the choir sing of the ultimate rise and unity of people and communities affected by the challenges of the last few years’.
To grab a ticket, visit https://bit.ly/44n14Tr.