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Sunware Ensemble live at Thornbury Theatre - Aschberg Bursaries
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Aschberg bursaries
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Since its creation in 1994, UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme advocates and promotes creativity, highlights cultural exchanges and the need for artists to enrich their experience through contact with other cultures. The Programme promotes the mobility of young artists through art residencies abroad so as to foster creativity and cultural diversity. It recognizes the important contribution of artists in the creative process and their central role in nurturing the diversity of cultural expressions.

Sunware Ensemble performing live at Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne Australia, June 4, 2009.
Titles include:
Chinook Winds
Desert Walk
The Machine, and
Autumn Never Fall
Music by Rae Howell.

Place/country: Australia,
Type: Performing arts
Duration: 1 hours, 26 minutes
Credits: Rae Howell (director), Sunware Ensemble (performer),
Arts victoria and the contemporary music touring program (publisher),
Published in: 2009

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