Liquidelic at Coorabell Hall
Liquidelic is returning to Coorabell Hall on 9th December!
Prepare to be immersed in a fusion of art forms as we showcase brand new pieces alongside our signature works.
Embark on an ocean-themed journey and dive into the enchanting story of the mermaid. With the addition of our guests Mico Sundari(Vocals), Tara-Lee Byrne(Cello) and Zaynab Wilson(Steelpan), our performance reaches new heights of emotive expression and sonic beauty.
Through our innovative combination of analogue liquid-light projections, contemporary jazz dance, and hybrid live original music, we craft a sensory feast that defies classification. Join us as we seamlessly blend ethereal melodies, captivating visuals, and powerful vocals to create a truly unforgettable experience.
For the past three years, we have honed our craft, exploring the realms of abstraction to uncover the depths of our performance. From the whimsical to the wondrous, join us on a transcendent voyage through the realms of nature, spirit, identity, and the profound mysteries of life itself.
Don't miss this opportunity to witness our captivating performance at Coorabell Hall. Prepare to be transported to the edges of imagination as we guide you through a transformative journey. Step into the world of Liquidelic, where our artistry unites to create an unforgettable evening of magic and wonder.
Doors open 6:30 and the show starts at 7pm.
Please note there will be no food vendors at the venue, so it'd be best to eat before the show :)
However, chai and small sweets will be available.
Liquidelic is a collaborative live performance art project that brings together three highly-skilled artists from different disciplines: music, visual art, and dance. Yao Mikami (Visuals) is a visionary and abstract artist originally from Central Japan and now based in Australia. Karen Minami (Dance) is a Jazz-trained dancer from Tokyo with over 20 years of professional dance experience in Japan. Tim Parry (Music) is a contemporary jazz musician originally from Melbourne. The result is a dynamic and thought-provoking performance that seamlessly blends different mediums, cultures, and perspectives.
All three artists currently reside in the Byron Bay area of New South Wales, which provides a unique and creative atmosphere for the development of their performance. The project was developed from creative jams in a community in the hinterland of Byron Bay and gained popularity after early audiences discovered these secret jams. Audience members are often moved to tears during the show, which has been described as “a powerful form of color-therapy” and “incredible, the highest form of art.” The Liquidelic project showcases the talents of these three artists and their ability to create a mesmerizing and collaborative performance, blending their cultural heritage, contemporary compositions and skillful live performance into an unforgettable show.
<Mico Sundari Bio>
Voice Therapist | Nada Yogin
Born into a family of Japanese Shinto line.
She has been dedicated to the path of “Nada Yoga”- Yoga of sound for 13 years. Having studied and practiced with great teachers such as Gina Sala (Global Vocalist /Cirque Du Soleil), Taro Terahara ( Indian Classical Musician/Bansuli Player).
Her remedial voice session are highly regarded by professional yoga teachers, therapists, healers, actors, musicians, and parents.
Based in the Rainbow Shire, Mico will guide you into the mystical world of your own voice to heal and ignite your spirit.
A Facilitator of “New Moon Kirtan in Byron Bay” and a tutor of the Sanskrit, navigator of Byron Bay FM, Multicultural Nation, she is happily supporting people to reconnect with their inner sanctuary with the power of “Breath” and “Mantras” to manifest their divine purpose, “Samkalpa”.
<Tara-Lee Byrne Bio>
Irish cellist Tara-Lee Byrne, with degrees from The Royal Irish Academy of Music Dublin, Utrecht Conservatorium in Holland, and Trinity College of Music London, collaborated with global artists including Beyonce, Kanye West, Elton John, P-Diddy, Bono, Andrea Bocelli, Placido Domingo, David Gray, Ronan Keating, Van Morrison, Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys, Damian Rice, and Dame Kiri te Kanawa. Her performances at prestigious venues worldwide, such as Concertgebouw Amsterdam and Royal Albert Hall, showcase her remarkable career. Tara-Lee's roles in major Irish orchestras and as the founder of the Munster Music Academy underscore her influence as a cello teacher and chamber music coach. Beyond music, she authored 'The Cello Motorway', a guiding resource, and explores diverse passions as a certified wholefood chef, a nomad with her cello, and an aspiring children's book author, reflecting her vibrant experiences.
<Zaynab Wilson Bio>
A Montréal-born multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter with the spirit of a traveller, anchors to the rhythm, melody, and matters of the psyche while exploring the depths of her story. She sculpts a soundscape with intrinsic Afro-Caribbean and ancestral rhythms and her soulful vocalization of stries of the inward and outward journeys.
With over two decades of artistic evolution as a sensitive, dynamic, and well-rounded musician, which began at age 6 in her family steelpan ensemble, Zaynab continues to gain traction with her soulful voice and original music. Since her 2018 debut, Zaynab has performed across Canada, in the US, and Australia, has released two singles, and her forthcoming debut studio album, Dwij, iset for an early 2023 release. Her work is an ode to the odyssey of rebirth, recalibration, and reimagining artistic definition, and an offering to the kindred ears and hearts of the world.