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Songs for Psychedelics – a Magic Mushroom Adventure

With Tania de Jong AM and Anthony Barnhill

Date: Sun 20 June 2021 @ 7:30pm
Location: Chapel Off Chapel - The Chapel, 12 Little Chapel Street, Prahran, 3181


A world premiere for Melbourne Cabaret Festival.

Songs for Psychedelics brings together moving stories, anecdotes, immersive videos and favourite songs and show tunes.

Featuring Tania de Jong AM and Anthony Barnhill.

Tribes have sung, danced and used plant medicines to heal and raise consciousness throughout human civilisation.

Tania and her brilliant pianist, Anthony Barnhill, will share stories and songs to entertain, educate and uplift spirits in times of chaos and increasing mental distress, accompanied by curated psychedelic videos.

Join us for an interactive and enchanting trip that will leave you feeling lighter and much more connected!


The Presenters

Tania de Jong AM

LL.B (Hons), GradDipMus

Co-founder Mind Medicine Australia, Founder Creative Universe, Creativity Australia, The Song Room & Creative Innovation Global

Tania de Jong AM is the co-Founder and Executive Director of Mind Medicine Australia. She regularly presents on psychedelic-assisted therapies, mental health and wellbeing at major conferences and events around the world and to Governments, regulators, clinicians, philanthropists and the general public.

Tania is one of Australia’s most successful female entrepreneurs and innovators developing 6 businesses and 4 charities including Creative Universe, Creativity Australia and With One Voice, Umbrella Foundation, Creative Innovation Global, Pot-Pourri and The Song Room.

Tania was named in the 100 Women of Influence, the 100 Australian Most Influential Entrepreneurs and named as one of the 100 most influential people in psychedelics globally in 2021. Tania’s TED Talk has sparked international interest. Tania has garnered an international reputation as a performer, speaker, entrepreneur and a passionate leader for social change. Her mission is to change the world, one voice at a time!

Anthony Barnhill

AMusA, LMusA, BMus, BEd (Hons)

Pianist, Composer and Conductor

One of Australia’s leading young musicians, Anthony Barnhill is a versatile pianist, composer and conductor. His performances have been described as ‘heroic’ (Wilma Smith, concertmaster MSO), ‘sensitive and intelligent’ (ArtsHub review), and displaying ‘incredible showmanship’ (Tina Arena). Anthony’s credits span radio, national television, and as guest soloist with symphony orchestras.

​In 2019, Anthony was the Associate Musical Director for the international tour of West Side Story (Opera Australia, GWB entertainment, BB group). Tour highlights included conducting performances at renowned opera houses around the world, including Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin and the Sydney Opera House. Other musical theatre credits include Evita (Opera Australia), Oklahoma! (The Production Company) and, most recently, as AMD for the Australian production of Chicago (GFO).

Anthony has worked for the Victorian State Schools Spectacular, Monash University and Opera Scholars Australia. He has been pianist for Grammy nominated RnB artist Mario, toured China as Musical Director for Australian International Productions, and served as Composer in Residence for Creative Innovation Global.

​Anthony studied at Monash University where he won numerous awards including the flagship Concerto Competition, while also achieving the university’s highest performance result in each year of study. He was winner of the prestigious Rob Guest Endowment Musician Award.

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