Bowerbird Collective is flying into Elder Hall

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience Bowerbird Collective performing at Elder Hall on October 8 & 9 as part of the Nature Festival SA. 

The performances will feature two cinematic, avian-inspired concerts, which have been labelled as ‘spectacular’ by Limelight Magazine.

Bowerbird Collective consists of two of Australia’s most adventurous musicians who will be performing 60 minutes of musical goodness per show.

The duo’s work has received international praise with their album of threatened birdsong, ‘Songs of Disappearance’, reaching number two on the ARIA Album chart joining big names such as Adele and ABBA.

Violinist, Simone Slattery received a PhD in Music Performance from the University of Adelaide and performs regularly with Australia’s finest ensembles. 

Cellist, Anthony Albrecht is an Australian graduate of the Juilliard School’s Historical Performance program and enjoys performing internationally. 

For more information about these programs and the artists visit

October 8th – Life on Land’s Edge – 7:30pm 

October 9th – Where Song Began – 7:30pm 

These performances are supported by Arts South Australia, the Australia Council for the Arts, BirdLife Australia, and the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership.