Fwd: Announcing... Invisible Connections, our next project!

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Date: 8 May 2020 at 10:52:28 AM AEST
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Dear friends,

Anthony Albrecht and Simone Slattery here, we hope you are well! 
To all of you who have supported performances of Bach to the Bush and Where Song Began over the last few years, we are so incredibly grateful.
Through regional touring, thanks to your help, we have created a network of over 90 regional performance venues in Australia. These experiences have been some of the best of our lives, and we honestly love you all!

We would love to invite you to experience a preview of our new work, Invisible Connections, about the odyssey of migratory shorebirds, the most threatened avian species group, on the East Asian-Australasian Flyway.

Please start spreading the news about our online performance, tomorrow May 9, for World Migratory Bird Day!

Don't miss the online preview tomorrow, May 9, for World Migratory Bird Day
Dear friends,

we are thrilled to announce:

Invisible Connections: An online concert for World Migratory Bird Day. May 9, 8pm EST, via Facebook and Youtube.

We have been working night and day for the last few weeks to produce a very special preview performance of our new project on migratory shorebirds, the most threatened avian species group on the planet.

We hope you will join us tomorrow, May 9, at 8pmEST for the world premiere of this all new work, featuring spectacular footage from across the East Asian-Australasian Flyway and all new repertoire. The event is being hosted by the Bird Conservation Society of Thailand, as well as the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership, with generous support from BirdLife Australia. We have been incredibly fortunate to receive funding for this project from Arts South Australia.

How to view the online event:
We haven't finished the film yet, so it hasn't been uploaded to our online channels, however you will be able to find it on Facebook and YouTube. We will also send updated links in an email tomorrow but for now, please visit these pages for more information, click "Attending" on Facebook, and share news of this event with everyone!
1. Facebook Event link (5pm Bangkok time)
2. The Bowerbird Collective website

World Migratory Bird Day - EAAFP Virtual Fun Day
Our event is part of a day of online activities hosted by the EAAFP. We are also presenting our work in a Webinar session with a group of wonderful artists and speakers who act on behalf of birds. For more details click here.
12-1pm, EST, May 9. You need to register for the webinar, so don't miss out!

See you there!

Anthony Albrecht and Simone Slattery x

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