No Man’s Land
No Man’s Land to premiere at New Zealand Festival and Auckland Arts Festival.
A collaborative project led by John Psathas, No Man’s Land is a ground breaking new cinematic performance in commemoration of the First World War. Musicians descended from opposing forces of the Great War have been brought together on the battlefields of WWI in an original composition. These musical collaborations have been fused into a unique 70 minute film, to be projected alongside live musicians on-stage. All musicians, live and virtual, will perform as one epic global orchestra.
No Man’s Land combines intense musical and visual expression, filmed on-location at the Western, Eastern and Mediterranean fronts, to communicate the idea that such collaborations would have been unthinkable by the warring nations at the time of the conflict.
No Man’s Land will premiere at the 2016 New Zealand Festival and Auckland Arts Festival, followed by a major-centre tour of New Zealand.
New Zealand Festival
Wednesday 2 March
Michael Fowler Centre
111 Wakefield St
For ticket pricing and booking information please click here
Auckland Arts Festival
Friday 4 March
Auckland Town Hall
More information about the No Man’s Land project can be found on the project website
The Embassy of France in New Zealand and the New Zealand-France Friendship Fund are proud to support the No Man’s Land project.