Kardajala Kirridarra

Kardajala Kirridarra

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Melbourne Music Week


Concert Cancelled: Kardajala Kirridarra

Due to the recent developments relating to the Omicron COVID-19 variant, Kardajala Kirridarra’s concert on Thursday 17 February has been cancelled.

We are unable to reschedule at this time, but we will let ticketholders know as soon as we are able to welcome these artists to Melbourne Recital Centre.

Ticketholders are entitled to a full refund through their original point of purchase. All refunds will be processed automatically.

Event details

The stories of connection between Aboriginal women and country.

This year Melbourne Music Week presents Kardajala Kirridarra, a collection of strong women from the Northern Territory communities of Marlinja and Kulumindini (Elliott) in collaboration with electronic Melbourne music artist Beatrice Lewis.

Melding the contemporary with the traditional, the music they create is sung in both Mudburra and English, and tells the story of the connection between Aboriginal women and country, acting as a reminder about the importance of sharing language and the key role women play as creators in Indigenous culture.

Praise for Kardajala Kirridarra

‘Beautiful, expressive, unique, elegant, hypnotic and heartbreaking.’ The Music

COVID Safety

Melbourne Recital Centre is committed to the safety of our artists, staff and patrons. When we reopen, a range of public health, hygiene and physical distancing measures will be in place. Click here to learn more.


Eleanor Dixon vocals
Janey ‘Namija’ Dixon translator, storyteller, poet
Kayla Jackson rapper
Beatrice Lewis vocals, production