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Spoken Word, MUD IMPROV

A triple threat event, spoken word, live music and a community minded event.

March 25, 2023 4:30 pm

Arts Mildura Hub, Langtree Avenue

A triple threat event, spoken word, live music and a community minded event.

Spoken Word, Farhan Shah & Sufi Oz, MUD IMPROV

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Triple threat event, spoken word, live music and a community minded event.

What: Spoken Word

Doors: 4:15pm

Performance time: 4:30 – 6:00pm

Show duration: 1.5hrs


Kicking off our spoken word and performance night, come thruuuu to the Arts Mildura Hub with a spoken word session from Maaori (Ngaati Raukawa, Ngaati Ahuru, Tainui/Waikato) performer Kori [FKA Sean Miles], Luritja DJ and storyteller Jenna Rain Warwick, sound bath performance duo flautist Molly Jenkins and Lardil Yangkaal violinist Maya Hodge.


Farhan Shah & Sufi Oz

What: Live music

Performance time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Show duration: 1hrs


Led by Farhan Shah “The Pakistani Pavarotti”, Australia’s Sufi music super-group has created a mesmerising global sound that both celebrates and innovates the rich traditions and modern appeal of qawwali and Sufi music from South Asia and the Middle East.

Farhan has gathered around him a team of experienced musical souls that have this same affinity. Together they have created a new brand of global music. They come from Syria, France, Japan, Ireland, Fiji and call Australia home. Under the banner of ‘SufiOz’ they present a musical entry into the world of Sufi music and it’s powerful mystical message of peace, tolerance and the search for meaning.


MUD Improv

What: Collaborative, investigative, improvised night of music and performance

Performance time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Show duration: 3hrs


MUD Improvisation and Extended Domains is an Adelaide-based arts initiative that promotes the work of emerging and experimental performance-based artists across music, dance, sound art, and multimedia. MUD will be hosting artists from across the Sun-Tide program to collaborate through improvised techniques. Expect graphic scores (shapes making sounds), wild harmonic extravagance, rhythmic modulations and a good dose of crowd participation. MUD will also be hosting discussions with the artists and audience, exploring the specifics of creative, improvised, and experimental arts practice. Giving us all a chance to investigate what the bloody hell improvisation is anyway?!



Arts Mildura would like to acknowledge the Latji Latji, Nyeri Nyeri, Ngintait, and Wergaia people as the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work, along with their neighbours the Barkindji, Maraura, Mutti Mutti, Tatti Tatti and Wotjabaluk people.

We pay our respects to each of these communities and to their elders past and present.