image credit: Silo String Quartet


image credit: Mia Salsjo, Still from Modes of Translation, 2019



Screening with live score by Silo String Quartet at Latrobe Regional Gallery
All ages Program

Saturday 1 February
2pm to 4pm

FREE Bookings essential a via eventbrite 


Enjoy light refreshments and live music for an exclusive performance program associated with current exhibitions:

On Saturday 1 February; Silo String Quartet, one of Australia’s leading classical quartets will play a live score of artist Mia Salsjo’s composition ‘Modes of Translation’ accompanying her video of the same name.

This event is an exclusive performance since the video and the score were first premiered at the Havana Biennale, Cuba in 2019.

Following this performance Silo String Quartet will perform a concert of music by Joy Division and other 80s favourites.

Silo String Quartet are at the leading edge of new string quartet repertoire in Australia and internationally, performing and recording in a wide range of versatile genres with some of the worlds top musicians and performers. Silo String Quartet push the boundaries of string quartet repertoire, launching new composers onto the world stage through performances and recordings.
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Mia Salsjö is an artist and composer who orchestrates multi-disciplinary art projects, encompassing drawing, music composition, text, performance, video, and textile-based works. ‘Modes of Translation’ is a video installation is based at and inspired by the National Schools Complex in Havana (a UNESCO heritage site commissioned by Fidel Castro in the early 60s), she felt a strong connection between her music and the architecture. The School of Ballet building in particular, with its interplay of vaults and domes, suggest to Salsjö a sense of organic flow underpinned by structure. Inspired by the curved archways at the entrance to the School, Salsjö created a music composition originally performed within the architecture, and now presented as a film alongside a live music score at Latrobe Regional Gallery.
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