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Electric Fields

Electric Fields is a powerful new music duo, Michael Ross and Zaachariaha Fielding, creating a striking and haunting merging of living traditional culture with electronic music.

On the Forecourt

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Electric Fields is a powerful new music duo, uniting the brilliance and creativity of music producer and composer Michael Ross, with the mesmerising sensitivity of Zaachariaha Fielding - whose rare and beautiful voice has been described as 'taking soul to the stratosphere'.

These two feminine brothers are creating a striking and haunting merging of living traditional culture with electronic music.  Co-creating music and delivering a memorable live performance - Electric Fields bring moments of breathtaking beauty and power to the stage.

Often featuring Zaachariaha's traditional language of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara people, Electric Fields music ranges from soulful pop to epic-scale electronic works, through to intensely intimate story-songs.

Witness this captivating music duo at Homeground 2017

Presented by the Sydney Opera House.

Homeground

For thousands of years, the land that Sydney Opera House is built on was a gathering place for the Gadigal people who danced and sang here.

Homeground continues the rich history of this site, formerly known as Tubowgule, by bringing the very best First Nations artists from around the world to the Opera House Forecourt for two free days of music, dance, workshops and markets.

Celebrate the power of contemporary artists and ancient customs under the sun and stars at Homeground 2017.

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