From the media release The Freedman Jazz concert will be held on Wednesday 20 of August at the Sydney Opera House Studio at 7:30pm. Tickets: […]
U.nlock is interesting instrumentally because of the absence of chordal instruments. ‘We also realised at some point that neither of the melodic instruments are of a fixed pitch…’
Before we run out of space it must be emphasised that this is unusually beautiful music. But even in the most euphoric music you can, in a certain mood, feel a touch of melancholy. Surely it is just the realisation that no golden age lasts forever, nor any life…
Musician Gian Slater receieved an early career fellowship in the first round of creative fellowships under the new Federal Government’s Creative Australia Artist Grants initiative.
Barney McAll’s Graft is a suite of music that looks at technology and the bizarre affect it is having on human connection. It is a wild musical sound painting reflecting the ever increasing ambiguity between virtual and real.
‘Slumber’ composed and arranged by Belinda Moody, performed by Moody on bass, Gian Slater on vocals, Colin Hopkins on piano, Phil Collings on drums, and string quartet.
“…I have been trying to work on finding a balance between the experimental, improvisational elements and the more functional melodic, harmonic worlds that I love exploring…”
“All of the singers are very accomplished musicians, who are open minded, interested in exploring new territories and are all great improvisers.”
Based in New York, Linda Oh is back at Wangaratta Jazz festival this year. She’s travelling with her quartet (Sam Sadigursky on tenor saxophone, Fabian […]
When did you start singing and why? For example, was there a ‘moment’ when singing came to you as a calling or vocation? Both my […]