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A symphony and light performance depicting the sensations of near-death experiences 

Melbourne artist Saskia Moore’s innovative sound and light show Dead Symphony is an exploration of the sounds heard by people encountering near-death experiences. From extensive research, she has found that not only do people see a tunnel of white light, they also hear sounds similar to miniature symphonies. In conjunction with orchestra ensemble Apartment House, Dead Symphony will see audiences seated around the orchestra for a truly immersive experience.

Dead Symphony details

Playhouse Recital Centre
100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne 3004

Telephone 1300 182 183

Nearby Stations: Flinders Street

Price $38.00

Date 07 Aug 2013-10 Aug 2013

Open 7-9 Aug 7pm, 9pm; 10 Aug 5pm, 7pm, 9pm

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