Have you ever heard a Silvery Gibbon call?
How does it compare with a Soprano singing?
Find out at the launch of the Wildlife Asia appeal for The Silvery Gibbon Project which coincides with the opening of the Lisa Roet exhibition at the New Albion Gallery on the evening of Wednesday 10 October.
The evening includes a combination of visual and performing arts and is raising funds for a good cause.
It features the art of Lisa Roet including a sculpture of a Silvery Gibbon, 2010, Bronze, Silver Nitrate Patina.
It features the call of the gibbon which research has compared with the vocal control of sopranos which was previously thought to be unique to humans.
It features the singing of soprano Kyla Allan who, in 2012, has been awarded a Melba Opera Trust Scholarship from the Dame Nellie Melba Opera Trust.
The exhibition and appeal will be opened by Clare Campbell, President of the Silvery Gibbon Project, who is championing the Javan Gibbon Centre where Silvery Gibbons are cared for before release into the wild.
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