Audible Edge

Audible Edge is Tone List’s international festival of exploratory music. Now in its third edition, Audible Edge features a rich program of performances, participatory workshops and discussions delivered by international sound art luminaries, emergent underground wonders, and brilliant local experimentalists.

Within AE2019’s program, perspectives from improvised music, noise, free jazz, electronic music, radiophonic art, avant-garde rock, field recording, experimental composition and physical theatre will intersect in performances both by long-standing ensembles, honed solo acts, and new improvised collaborations.

The festival takes place over three days and nights between Perth and Fremantle between Jan 27-29 and tours regionally to Denmark and Albany on Jan 30-31. It will also appear radiophonically on RTR.FM 92.1 on Jan 27.

TICKETS | ON SALE NOW FROM PICA

Festival Pass (come to everything): $40
Jan 27 and 28 – $20 each
Jan 29 – $10
Jan 30 (Denmark) – Free
Jan 31 (Albany) – $15

Pre-sales only available for Jan 27 (bookings recommended) and the festival pass, on sale now from PICA.

All workshops and panel discussions are free.

More information from Tone List.


PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Jan 27 / PICA / 6:30pm – 9:30pm

JAN 28 / OLD CUSTOMS HOUSE / 6:30pm – 9:30pm

JAN 29 / OLD CUSTOMS HOUSE / 7:30pm – 9:30pm

JAN 31 / VANCOUVER ARTS CENTRE / 6:30pm – 9:00pm

All AE2019 venues are accessible – contact Tone List if you have any questions.

SPECIAL EVENTS SCHEDULE

JAN 27 / PICA / Workshops & panel discussion (all day from 10am)

JAN 27 / RTR.FM 92.1 / Difficult Listening (9pm – 11pm)

JAN 28 / OLD CUSTOMS HOUSE / Workshops (all day from 10am)

JAN 30 / DENMARK ARTS / Workshop with Plant (6:30pm – 8:30pm)

FULL PROGRAM (PDF LINK HERE)


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Audible Edge is presented by Tone List.

Supporters of the 2019 Audible Edge festival: the Department of Local Government, Sports and Cultural Industries, Tura New Music, the Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Vancouver Arts Centre, and Artsource.