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A contemporary concert series for the curious, 
curated by Peter Knight.

An intimate collection of concerts bringing together musical styles from across the globe in unexpected collaborations. Returning for its third year, experience a mesmerising line-up of never-before-seen works and cross-cultural compositions. Each concert features acclaimed international and local artists, accompanied by Australia’s leading contemporary ensemble, the Australian Art Orchestra.

Discover the ethereal sounds of the traditional Korean bamboo flute with taegÅ­m virtuoso Hyelim Kim. Dive into an ecstatic celebration of music and ritualistic dance from Sri Lanka with Baliphonics. Reunite with Hand to Earth, featuring one of Korea’s most sought after jazz vocalists Sunny Kim, Yolngu song-man from North East Arnhem Land Daniel Wilfred and multidisciplinary musician Peter Knight.

Headlining this season is a stunning concert with master musician Amir ElSaffar, New York based trumpeter and purveyor of the centuries-old Iraqi Maqam tradition. His imaginative music will join the innovative sounds of the Australian Art Orchestra in a one-off concert as part of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival.

Join us at the meeting points between music, cultures and human connection.

Meeting Points Series is a creative collaboration between Arts Centre Melbourne and Australian Art Orchestra.



About Australian Art Orchestra

The Australian Art Orchestra’s work, under the leadership of daring composer/trumpeter/sound artist Peter Knight, constantly seeks to stretch genres and break down the barriers separating disciplines, forms and cultures. It explores the interstices between the avant-garde and the traditional, between art and popular music, between electronic and acoustic approaches, and creates music that traverse the continuum between improvised and notated forms.

Find out more about Australian Art Orchestra at


Australian Art Orchestra City of Melbourne The Australian Council for the Arts

Arts Centre Melbourne and Australian Art Orchestra respectfully acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which Meeting Points Series is held, the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation and pay our respect to their Elders past, present and future.

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