Aquatic Ecology Concert: World Water Day 2018 Thursday 22 March 2018, 7.30pm-9:00pm Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University
Celebrate World Water Day with immersive surround sound compositions and live streaming hydrophones exploring the soundscapes of aquatic ecosystems ranging from the sonic complexity of the Great Barrier Reef to shifting glaciers in Antarctica.
The concert features internationally renowned and emerging composers who have pioneered the use of hydrophones (underwater microphones) in aquatic ecology and music composition. The event will open with leading freshwater ecologist Dr Simon Linke introducing the latest research in freshwater ecoacoustics using sound to monitor the health of aquatic environments.
Jana Winderen (Norway) - Spring Bloom in the Marginal Ice Zone Ros Bandt (Australia) - Isobue: Iso Nagecki Sea Lament Nicole Carroll (USA) - Rome Point: Becoming Dusk Leah Barclay (Australia) - Freshwater Prelude / Migration Patterns Annea Lockwood (USA) - Buoyant